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pioneer 107 1.12 firmware

Discussion in 'DVD / Blu-ray drives' started by slave, Apr 2, 2004.

  1. slave

    slave Member

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    hi
    ive just upgraded my 107 to the 1.12 firmware
    i was gunna do the hacked 1.10 but on pioneers site it said that the 1.12 would burn 8 speed on NEW ritek -dvdr
    burnt a film using ritek go4 but still burnt at 4 speed
    so what the hell is the new ritek ive looked for the disc on net and carnt find any 8-dvdr
    SOooo if it carnt burn at 8 can i go back to the 1.10 hacked firmware or do i have to wait for a new hacked 1.12
     
  2. doseyclwn

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    You will probably have to wait until the punctuation fairy firmware comes out.

    I have had no problems with the 1.12 firmware. My advice would be to go to http://flashman.rpc1.org. You will be able to get the hacked 1.10 firware there. My guess is the it's the program you're using to burn.
     
  3. slave

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    its nero 6
    i know there been some probloms with it reconising in the forums but i have burnt verbatim dvd+r 8 at 8 speed
    all i want really to know what do they mean by NEW RITEK????
     
  4. ogryzek

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    Most likely you have to burn them within first 5 min after opening the package... after that those ain't new anymore...

    Seriously, I would imagine that they meant 8x Riteks (as opposed to 4x overburned to 8x). I cannot imagine any manufacturer (especially renowned one like Pioneer) taking chances on being blamed on issues that might have little to do with them (read: even Ritek's quality varies; so if you get a coaster burning media not approved for 8x, most likely you would bitch about the drive)
     

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