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Setting up firmware for OEM BenQ drive model 1620

Discussion in 'DVD / Blu-ray drives' started by lon, Mar 15, 2005.

  1. lon

    lon Regular member

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    Please give model-specific info on upgrading firmware
    for the BenQ OEM 1620.


    I have doen the following:


    Run WinDWFlash

    firmware installed:

    B7T9.cvt

    and

    B7T9.rpc1.cvt


    from the Win98 desktop.


    This procedure went successfully.


    Is this the correct procedure and are there other
    things I need to know?


    Also, where would be the correct forum for a
    question on Nero OEM playback? I noticed that
    Nero audio player was not playing audio at the same
    levels from both channels.

     
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    ALAND Regular member

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    Is your drive a DW BenQ 1620Pro? If it is you should not need a firmware upgrade. I think you need an operating system upgrade. Windows 98? Do you have the min requirments for the drive.
     
  3. lon

    lon Regular member

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    Mine was an OEM from Newegg. My 'test guy' advised that I
    should.

    I am still very green at this.

    Haven't tried to do a dvd burn yet. I'm worried about making
    coasters. I have 2 prog.s on here: Nero Express that came with
    the drive and I got the lated DVD Decrypter.


    Other things were pressing: backing up a dual boot of Simply Mepis
    and Win98. I have that under control now-- mostly. :)

     

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