What firmware should I choose for burning TY02?

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#1

What firmware should I choose for burning TY02 ?

I have B7V9 now, but in the thread
*Burn Quality Hall of Fame I see that many use B7P9 and B7T9.

Is it possible to flash back to these firmwares?

/jegus


#2

yep if you want to try a older firmware. it’s no problem to flashback.

although i think most people here like to use the latest version.

which is V9.


#3

I would have to agree. This isn’t quite a full burn, but i think a decent score nonetheless. Fuji branded TY02 @ 12x wopc on, B7V9 ala42 speed patched.



#4

There are two TY02:

  • YUDEN000T02
  • TYG02

#5

@xtw1ster: “a decent score” :bow: :bow: :bow: I’d love to see a “good” score :o

@jegus: many of the post in the *Burn Quality Hall of Fame are using older firmware before V9 came out.


#6

Flashed my drive from B7V9 to B7P9

TY T02 burned @12X (The Matrix Reloaded)



#7

Flashed my drive from B7V9 to B7P9

TY T02 burned @4X (The Matrix Reloaded)



#8

This disc is burned @12x with fw B7V9.

TY T02 (The Matrix Reloaded)



#9

The first types of media manufacturers try on their drives before release are sample media provided by Mitsubishi, Taiyo Yuden, Ricoh, Philips and such, often air-shipped directly from Japan. Therefore, it’s likely that even the pre-release firmwares are good enough. BenQ, NEC, LG drives were good enough with Mitsubishi, Hitachi-Maxell, Taiyo Yuden media of all the popular and latest MIDs by the time they were going to be sample-shipped.


#10

I have some Fuji 8X DVD+R MIJ YUDEN000-T02 disks and with my BenQ 1620 with B7V9 that code shows up as 16X, 12X, 8X, 4X speeds. With Nero, If I have the speed set to MAX, it burns at 8X. Is it getting the 8X from the DVD ATIP data? Do I have to select 12X to burn these 8X at 12X? My first burn with MAX (burned at 8X) I got a quality score of 99. I wanted to try faster burns.