Here is a 1.01 BH16NS55 full dump I made from my original device which has always
worked on several similar devices (BH16NS55/Asus of other users).
Try it. (Of course you MUST use the DOSFLASH version I provided you, erasing eeprom first, and then writing the new firmware).
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@TeddyRaspin I tried your method it still does not work. Another solution? Did you try first MakeMKV hashed keyfile ? According to the log you posted, you're using an old AnyDVD HD version. Disc ID hash is calculated by software. It has nothing to do with firmware device, as any UHD disc has its ow...
@barret70 Here are the attached zip file for you and the steps you need to properly downgrade, erase, and flash eeprom. 1) Prepare an USB stick with Rufus making Dos Bootable and unzip on USB root the attached file. 2) Disable CSM in bios or enable the Legacy Boot. 3) Disable any other SATA device e...
Yes.mmmkv wrote:Was this achieved using the programs in the zip file you posted over at the Redfox forums a while back + a dump of the original firmware?TeddyRaspin wrote:I've used now my dosflash modded DOS version and I've successfully flashed the old backup firmware.
Now I can read UHD discs again.
- Wed Jan 24, 2018 7:36 am
- Forum: UHD drives
- Topic: Asus BW-16D1HT Firmware
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Hi, does anyone have any information about the 3.03 just released? UHD or not? Thanks. Could you provide us a valid link for testing the 3.03 firmware version ? Edit: I've found it on Asus website (support page) and I've flashed it and I have to say few words: "Be Aware from 3.03". It fixed the AAC...
- Thu Jan 18, 2018 8:34 pm
- Forum: UHD discs
- Topic: Coming soon 50 plus UHD dumps from Canada uhds.......
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You will have to wait for Mike to support them via hashed keyfile. (of course, if you already have provided good dumps to him).
- Wed Jan 17, 2018 9:26 pm
- Forum: UHD discs
- Topic: opening previous encrypted back up
- Replies: 9
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It would be better to create again a decrypted ISO (if you're lucky with supported title inside the hashed keyfile) from the original bluray, but if you want to speed up ripping process, as you already have a protected ISO, you can simply mount it on a virtual drive (I suggest you Daemon Tools Lite ...