Ok, good to know. Glad you got it sorted.kitkimes wrote: ↑Tue Sep 17, 2019 2:12 pmThanks Marty,MartyMcNuts wrote: ↑Mon Sep 16, 2019 11:26 pmFor further assistance please answer the questions previously asked. Thanks 😊kitkimes wrote: ↑Mon Sep 16, 2019 6:40 am
I tried it again unsuccessfully, so I downloaded the flasher you suggested and ran it and chose the DE_ASUS_BW-16D1HT_3.02.bin file. When I hit the flash button, nothing happened. I waited a long time since I was unsure as to how long it would take. Any other ideas?
If I choose the bin file in subdirectory MK (the 3.10 version), would that one upgrade me to 3.10 but let me downgrade it then to 3.02? I'm willing to try if you think it would work (using the original ASUS flasher).
If you are referring to something else running that would prevent the flasher from working, there wasn't. I did check it out but failed to mention it.
I did solve my problem though and I'll mention it here in case others run into the same situation.
I have a ASUS motherboard with 6 SATA ports. The first 4 ports have to be set in the same mode and then other ports have to be set together but they can be in a different mode. My first 4 ports are set to RAID because I have a 2 disk RAID setup in my tower. The last 2 ports are set to IDE. None of them are set to AHCI.
I had my ASUS optical drive plugged into one of the RAID ports. I changed it so that it was plugged into one of the IDE ports and rebooted. As soon as it came up my computer reported it had found new hardware and installed drivers. I then tried to downgrade my optical disk firmware to v3.02 and it worked the first time. I just grabbed any old Blu-ray disc and tried to rip it with MakeMKV and it worked first time.
So my warning to others is to not set your SATA port to either AHCI or RAID.
Thanks again. I'm a happy camper.