Ako spravny fanda DVD-RAM formatu aktualizujem thread s ohladom na nove skusenosti.
Takze zhrnute a podciarknute hacknuty DVD-RAM driver od Panasonicu funguje aj pre novu NEC 4550A.
Celkovo teda mozem potvrdit ze verzia 5021 driveru
podporuje pre Win2000 tieto mechaniky:
LG GSA-4120B, GSA-4160B, GSA-4163B
Predpokladom je samozrejme VYPNUTIE detekcie Panasonic mechaniky instalatorom podla navodu nizsie!
GSA-4165B a GSA-4167B vyskusam cez tyzden ked budem vo worku
Co sa tyka funkcionality v XPckach tak tu sa v dohladnej dobe bude snazit testnut, ale zrovna vysoku prioritu to pre mna nema.
Kód:This is some information about hacking Panasonic DVDRAM driver for LG DVDRAM. I found it works for GSA4160B also! <Quote> Hacked Panasonic DVD-RAM Device Driver This is my first post here, but I hope it will be usefull for most of you. I hacked the latest version of Panasonic DVD-RAM device driver to work with non-Panasonic DVD-RAM drives and tested with my LG 4120B drive. I will write below short tutorial how to make the hack. First, you need to download XPUp5001NEN.exe - original Panasonic DVD-RAM device driver for WinXP from here: http://panasonic.co.jp/mke/support/dvdram/lim/eoem/index.html You also need I6Comp v0.20 - Install Shield v6.x CAB util, which you can find here: ftp://ftp.externet.hu/pub/mirror/sac/pack/i6comp02.zip When you run XPUp5001NEN.exe, it extracts the installation files to :- C:\Documents and Settings\Xkodi\Local Settings\Temp\ByeB.tmp\Disk1 (where "Xkodi"="your_username" and "ByeB.tmp", may be "ByeE.tmp", "Bye7.tmp", etc, you get the idea, the character after "Bye" is hex digit) and runs the installation program from there. Then message box appears, that says "Error: Cannot get drive.", because we haven't Panasonic drives. Before you click "OK" and exit the installation you need to copy "Disk1" dir to C:\ . In "Disk1" there is a file Data1.cab and also Setup.exe file. The next few steps: 1) Extract and copy i6comp.exe from i6comp02.zip to "Disk1" 2) Run "Command Prompt" (Start -> Run -> Open -> "Cmd" -> OK) 3) Type "CD C:\Disk1>" 4) Type "i6comp x Data1.cab" Now you can find file "DVDDrive.ini" in "Disk1" dir. 5) Open DVDDrive.ini in Notepad and change line "DriveNameCheckMode=1" to "DriveNameCheckMode=0", save and exit Notepad 6) Type "i6comp r data1.cab DVDDrive.ini" to replace DVDDrive.ini in Data1.cab with our hacked version 7) Run "Setup.exe" and install the driver. If you think that it is too complicated, maybe I can upload the hacked version somewhere or maybe some of you will do it. I made this because now I can work with my DVD-RAM discs like with slow hard disk. Panasonic DVD-RAM device driver allows you to format DVD-RAM disc with UDF 1.50, 2.00 or FAT32 filesystem. WinXP has native support to format DVD-RAM disc with FAT32 only, but with my LG drive with firmware A104, Windows fails with error, when I try to format MMore 4.7Gb 2.0X DVD-RAM disc. With Panasonic driver everything works like a charm and we can use not only FAT32, but UDF also and write files to DVD-RAM disc through Windows Explorer. I hope you enjoy that ... I have tried the DVD RAM driver from Panasonic, and have given it up in favour of Nero's InCD which seems to be much more flexible.