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PostPosted: Tue May 01, 2018 5:52 pm 
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jgirot wrote:
People can start cross-flashing.


Ah, hadn't thought of that :)


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PostPosted: Wed May 02, 2018 8:36 am 
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PostPosted: Wed May 02, 2018 8:58 am 
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PostPosted: Wed May 02, 2018 9:17 am 
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SteveInNC wrote:
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Hi Steve :-)

Too much ranting on my part?


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PostPosted: Wed May 02, 2018 9:49 am 
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jgirot wrote:
B17NNS wrote:
What's going to happen when the supply of friendly drives finally dries up?


People can start cross-flashing. I personally have crossed my LG WH16NS60 (fw 1.00, svc code NS60) to a WH14NS40 fw 1.00 Hopefully in the future there will be other methods of flashing that will make it easier for people. And with a lot of hope this will be addressed in a way that avoids the firmware, but I have no idea how that could be possible so please don't think I know how.


So who is coding the "two click" drive flasher application? Do you need donations of cash, ass, or grass? Items 1 and 3 I'm sure can be arranged, not sure about 2 I'm married so I've not had any in eons!

Speaking of which I'm going to have even less if she sees me awake at almost 2:30 am.

P.S. I just donated to the MediaInfo folks. Now I should probably figure out what to do with the program.


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PostPosted: Sun May 13, 2018 8:37 pm 
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Is anyone selling drives with the right firmware in the Uk?

I just bought a drive from Ebuyer with a UHD unfriendly version of firmware 3.02. Unfortunately, I don't have a spare old PC to downgrade the firmware.

Can anyone in the UK provide a firmware downgrade service? :-)


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PostPosted: Mon May 14, 2018 5:39 am 
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I wish I could help.


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alexcoluzzi32 wrote:
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Please don't order anything without hitting me up first. I will not accept money for these unless they work for you!

Alex


Any drives left?


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Please don't order anything without hitting me up first. I will not accept money for these unless they work for you!

Alex


Any drives left?


I have drives! PM'd you!


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PostPosted: Thu May 31, 2018 4:09 pm 
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Still have drives left. Original firmware no cross flashing. ASUS no, BH16NS40s and WH16NS40s yes!!


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PostPosted: Wed Jun 06, 2018 10:28 am 
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G'day Alex, The drives are hard to find here in OZ. Do you have any left?

Payment can be arranged in advance from a US account.

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bbednarz wrote:
This may be a very basic question and not really pertain to this, but is this "drive lottery" referencing the ability to rip UHD movies only? If I was to get one of these drives would it still be able to rip standard blu-rays? I am thinking about getting the LG WH16NS40 drive that has been mentioned. I only plan to rip standard blu-rays and not UHD movies. Just want to check if its worth it or not.

Thanks


Regular blu rays no problem. I did 50 blu rays over the weekend. It's the UHD part that's giving me problems.

Heck I've got a really nice Pioneer BDR-XD05B that's an external USB 3.0 device that rips blu rays with makemkv perfectly.

Please don't order anything without hitting me up first. I will not accept money for these unless they work for you!

Alex


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alexcoluzzi32 wrote:
bbednarz wrote:
This may be a very basic question and not really pertain to this, but is this "drive lottery" referencing the ability to rip UHD movies only? If I was to get one of these drives would it still be able to rip standard blu-rays? I am thinking about getting the LG WH16NS40 drive that has been mentioned. I only plan to rip standard blu-rays and not UHD movies. Just want to check if its worth it or not.

Thanks


Regular blu rays no problem. I did 50 blu rays over the weekend. It's the UHD part that's giving me problems.

Heck I've got a really nice Pioneer BDR-XD05B that's an external USB 3.0 device that rips blu rays with makemkv perfectly.

Please don't order anything without hitting me up first. I will not accept money for these unless they work for you!

Alex


Any UHD drives left? Set up for use as an external drive?


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aprosak wrote:
alexcoluzzi32 wrote:
bbednarz wrote:
This may be a very basic question and not really pertain to this, but is this "drive lottery" referencing the ability to rip UHD movies only? If I was to get one of these drives would it still be able to rip standard blu-rays? I am thinking about getting the LG WH16NS40 drive that has been mentioned. I only plan to rip standard blu-rays and not UHD movies. Just want to check if its worth it or not.

Thanks


Regular blu rays no problem. I did 50 blu rays over the weekend. It's the UHD part that's giving me problems.

Heck I've got a really nice Pioneer BDR-XD05B that's an external USB 3.0 device that rips blu rays with makemkv perfectly.

Please don't order anything without hitting me up first. I will not accept money for these unless they work for you!

Alex


Any UHD drives left? Set up for use as an external drive?


But of course. alexcoluzzi32@gmail.com


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