Thanks for any help you can provide. Can your firmware help me? I now have more of a life because I spend less time burning and more time living: Matshita Dvd Ram Uj a 1. They are the same company actually. Early august same year:
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Portables have a lot of electronics packed tightly together, and heat can become an issue. I flashed the region-free firmware on my superdrive, but I’m still bothered by region restrictions such as DVD Player asking me to set a region. Create an account or sign in to comment You need to be a member in order to leave a comment Create an account Sign up for a new account in our community.
Then look below and match the one you want with what model it flash in parenthesis. But all the pre-sept powerbook superdrives have the same model drive, the UJ It is of coursed not endorsed by anybody, in particular not Apple nor the drive manufacturer or anybody at rpc1. The discussions mention three possible culprits:.
I had trouble using DVD-RW too at first, then i tried a different set of media and it works well now: Yesterday I bought a 4-pack of TDK disks to try again, and configured Retrospect to not attempt to back up the directory tree containing the 1.
Matshita Dvd Ram Uj a now has a special edition for these Matsgita versions: It also works on iMac DV computers.
This is the error message that I got repeatedly for several disks, and which seemed to be cleared by ejecting and reinserting whether I cleaned the disk or not:. Consider using your powerbook on a table or maybe on your lap, as long as there is air flow around it. All mattshita disks were from Memorex.
It change my drive model to UJ making me feel rather special, other than that, it seems to be similar to the available D at the bottom of the page but with a slightly newer drive model number.
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This is an Apple officially supported firmware. No one seems to be able to. That’s the best answer I can come up with, until someone can verify what Apple’s response is to this firmware update. This is my way of giving back.
For some reason, many people think that the firmware is the only thing that is stopping them from using their non-oem superdrives with OS X. For the first several disks, I ejected them, and cleaned them with “Clean ‘n Safe Pre-Moistened Lens Cleaning Towelette” which is a packet of tissue paper mashita with alcohol.
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I know about the non-region free firmware for the PC. For instance, if you last chose zone “2”, the drive will only read DVDs from this zone. There are particular operating 81a5 known to have problems with Matshita Dvd Ram Uj a: The functionality that allows your drive to be matxhita is, itself, a part of the existing firmware. This option requires no OS understanding. Finished logout [Process completed]RPC1 is back update august 19th Therefore, this firmware is unnecessary on this version of the powerbook superdrive.
Please register, and get one. They don’t want it taking away sales from their Desktop models Maybe there are plans to release an upgrade later on which I highly doubt this far along They may want future powerbooks to have an advantage by not being crippled? I now have more of a life because I spend less time burning and more time living: It didn’t seem to matter whether I cleaned the disk or not. I’ve already ran your older firmware updater and my drive is now UJA, how can I run the current firmware updaters?
But here’s roughly how the Apple version of the drive compares to the original OEM version: My experiences rule out the DVD-R media failed with two brands, including a recommended brandand the drive same file succeeded with same disk and same drive with Finder’s driver.
Like I said, I can’t get into it, but today being a special uuj to me, makes it an appropriate occasion at least: This flash process may not work for you, or in the worst case it could conceivably leave your drive is a worse state than before.