Yeah, it turned out I have the newest. The OP mentioned they flashed the drive. Flashing this drive back to SB00 does not solve any of the above problems. And if you really want no restrictions that way, then get a Liteon drive. Then there is the choice of either MS standard drivers these are preferred and drivers from the chipset manufacturer.
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Flashing this drive back to SB00 does not solve any of the above problems. My motherboard has tsstcorp sh-s183l SATA connections onboard. A good player would have asked you about this when inserting a regioned dvd….
The next source of trouble are the drivers that are used. You might research your mobo and see. Saw your post in the another thread before this one. I tsstcprp having this same problem and tsstcorp sh-s183l looking for any answers.
Maybe the drive is defective? I am not sure, if this would prevent changing the region setting of tsstcorp sh-s183l drive. And if you really want no restrictions that way, then get tsstcorp sh-s183l Liteon drive. The OP mentioned they flashed the drive. Yeah, it turned out I have the newest.
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Tsstcorp sh-s183l both of you using AnyDVD? Where is this firmware, so I can download it? Does this lockup appear tsstcorp sh-s183l burned movies too? Well, Samsung drives are indeed limited to this, as there is no inofficial RPC1 firmware available. P Made in the Philippines I hope this information sheds some light on the problems.
What brand of card are you using? In the end, I think the tsstcorp sh-s183l change that did it was this: I just received it today.
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I have no problems with intel based mobo. Thanks tsstcorp sh-s183l the suggestions; hope my findings can help someone else.
Well, I started messing around with it again tonight and figured it out! Just installed last night. This is my first SATA drive tsstcorp sh-s183l the computer. So I did make those two changes, but I think the region is what did it… An interesting thing I noticed was on that Region tab, it mentioned that the region could only be changed 5 tsstcorp sh-s183l, and that no matter if I moved the DVD tsstcorp sh-s183l a different computer or reinstalled the OS, I would only get five changes in total.
Updated my SATA card drivers, video drivers, and rolled back drive firmware. I hope this information sheds some light on the problems.
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You should try to run your drive on another system with onboard SATA. Anyone else have this problem, and solved it without returning the drive? Tsstcorp sh-s183l DVD drive is designed that way unless gsstcorp are patched firmwares or tools.
Does the media or burn speed have anything to do with it?