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Fake Blu-Ray Drive?

Discussion in 'Hardware Components and Aftermarket Upgrades' started by tekian, Jun 15, 2009.

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  1. RainMotorsports

    RainMotorsports Formerly ClutchX2

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    He actually already described AVCREC to everyone in the original posting and it has nothing todo with normal bluray discs.

    Useful format for those of us who have a small amount of HD content to distribute but dont have bluray burners. HD DVD supported the same concept where HD DVD compatible content could be burned to DVD's in its limited capacity.

    Outside of the error possibly pointing to the support issue, AVREC has nothing todo with this.
     
  2. tekian

    tekian Notebook Geek

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    What annoys me is that I can't find a product page for this drive at all. LITE-ON IT doesn't even have it listed. So any chance of updating firmware is kinda out the window with this.

    Ugh. Really don't want to spend another $80 on AnyDVD HD when I can put that to a new drive :(. Ken still hasn't gotten back to me yet, though I'm sure his PM Box is probably swamped with other business questions.
     
  3. dr_korb

    dr_korb Notebook Consultant

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    It appears that it is an OEM product for Acer Europe.

    Part number is KO.0020F.001
     
  4. tekian

    tekian Notebook Geek

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    Awesome. Thanks so much, Korb. Now to find a firmware update/download for it...
     
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