Gefunden bei http://www.xlr8yourmac.com/ Edited OS X DVR-107 Firmware Updater Script for v1.16 Firmware Flash - Several readers wrote to ask how to use the (French site) OS X Pioneer DVR-107 updater with the latest (official) Pioneer 1.16 firmware. The earlier news post was updated to include a link to a ZIP file of the (PC) 1.16 firmware download which can be used with the OS X updater after modifying the command script to call for the correct file. It's easy to do this but since several people asked, here's what I did to flash my DVR-107D drive (from 1.13 to 1.16) by modifying the OS X updater script and using the 1.16 firmware file from the PC ZIP file download. Download both the DVR-107 OS X flasher (.sit file) from http://www.macetvideo.com/flashpioneerosx/flashpioneerosx.html and the 1.16 firmware zip file http://flashman.rpc1.org/Firmware/P...AL/OFFICIAL_PioneerDVR-107_v1.16_DVRFlash.zip and unstuff both. Copy the 1.16 firmware file (R7100107.116) to the OS X Pioneer flasher folder. Edit the "Pioneer DVR-107 Updater" script included with the OS X updater (Right Click/Cntl-Click on the file and choose "open with" - I used BBEdit Lite for OS X but TextEdit should also work): In the Echo section (menu/option text) change the Official Firmware version from 1.15 to 1.16 (not required but just makes the terminal text option match the firmware file version.) In the CHOICE section, option 2 line, change the "General" (firmware) filename suffix from .115 to .116 (Do not change the "Kernel" filename/suffix.) Save the file Double Click on the Updater script which will launch the terminal and follow the prompts (selecting Option 2 to flash the 1.16 firmware) Be patient (there's about a 30 sec delay before the start of the 1.16 firmware flash) and don't interrupt the process. After the update is complete (script text reports this), quit the terminal and reboot. Check Apple System Profiler ATA section to verify the DVR-107D revision (Firmware) is reported as v1.16. If you don't want to bother editing the script yourself, here's a ZIP http://www.xlr8yourmac.com/tips/DVR-107_116script.zip file download of the script I edited. (You still need the 1MB v1.16 firmware file and OS X updater downloads linked above.) I don't currently have any 8x rated discs, but I had hoped v1.16 would allow me to select higher than 4x rates in Toast 6.0.5 with some 4x rated TDK DVD+Rs but it doesn't. (My PX-708A and NEC ND-2500A does allow selecting at least 6x rates with these discs.) Note: Although later versions are said to have better compatibility with some brands of 8x rated media, remember the (official) 1.16 firmware isn't region-free and doesn't have the 12x ripping speed of the modified (unofficial) 1.13 firmware.