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#1722959 - 03/27/21 02:12 PM cd writer crash
skypilot Offline
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I took out the CD writer on the 1600. It is a panasonic UDJA340.

The UJDA 340 is non existant unless I go to Taiwan Ebay.

Does anybody know if a UJDA 360 will fit? and work?

Is there a compatible one ?

Before I ditch the machine Ive used for 13 years Can anyone help?

Thanks

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#1722961 - 03/27/21 02:30 PM Re: cd writer crash [Re: skypilot]
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 Originally Posted By: skypilot
Does anybody know if a UJDA 360 will fit?
It will.
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and work?
It should.

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#1722979 - 03/27/21 04:32 PM Re: cd writer crash [Re: gyorpb]
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Do you know it will fit and should work from experience?

I dont want to throw out $50.

thanks

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#1723004 - 03/27/21 07:21 PM Re: cd writer crash [Re: skypilot]
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I know itíll fit, because itís a slimline ATAPI CD-R drive, and those things are standard.

I canít guarantee itíll work, so your best hope in that department is finding someone who has tried this exact thing.

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#1723146 - 03/28/21 07:45 PM Re: cd writer crash [Re: gyorpb]
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gyorpb...thanks for the info. Good luck me finding someone who has tried that drive in the 1600.

somebody here?

ATAPI? but it says on the drive Panasonic UJDA 340

so ATAPI compatable?

thx

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#1723150 - 03/28/21 08:43 PM Re: cd writer crash [Re: skypilot]
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ATAPI is not a brand or model name, if that's what you are thinking, skypilot.

According to the definition as stated on Startech's website -

Advanced Technology Attachment Packet Interface (ATAPI) is a protocol that allows a greater variety of devices to be connected to a computer than ATA (PATA / IDE and SATA) on its own would allow.

ATAPI allows IDE and SATA controllers to support optical drives. ATA on its own doesn't allow for specific functions required by optical drives, such as a "media eject" command or a way for the controller to determine whether media is present in the optical drive. Optical drives include CD-ROM drives, DVD-ROM drives, and Blu-ray players.
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#1724166 - 04/03/21 02:39 PM Re: cd writer crash [Re: uptildawn]
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Uptilldawn....thanks for the info........


I tried to burn the Update CD software BURNON and NERO but the file doesnt download and the connection times out!!!

Does anyone have the CD that updates the 1600?

I'll pay.

Thanks

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#1724169 - 04/03/21 02:47 PM Re: cd writer crash [Re: skypilot]
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I also placed a new CD driver into the 1600.

I get an error message "Disc Not Ready"

I dont know if the machine doesnt recognize the 360 model of the disc instead of the 340 that was original?

So I need to update the 1600 with the CD disc I wrote about in the previous post.

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#1724195 - 04/03/21 04:34 PM Re: cd writer crash [Re: skypilot]
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you need to download the update to your computer and THEN burn it to disc.
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#1724279 - 04/04/21 12:44 AM Re: cd writer crash [Re: uptildawn]
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Isnt this telling me to burn the CD first???..I guess I dont really understand...

In order to burn the BR-1600 Update Program file correctly so that your BR will read the
CD that you make, you will have to use CD burning software on your Windows XP or
Mac OS X (10.3.x) computer that can burn a DATA CD as ISO 9660 Level (Mode) 1.
The Windows XP CD burning software built into the OS will not burn the ISO 9660
format. Also, the CD burning software (Disc Burn) built into MacOS X will not burn the
ISO 9660 format needed. If you have some CD burning software that you would like to
use but are unsure if it will write that format correctly, refer to the softwareís manual.
There are also several pieces of software offered as freeware or trialware that will burn
ISO 9660 Level 1 that you can find and download on the Internet. Below are web links
and burning instructions for three of them.
(At the time of the writing of this document, the applications, internet links and instructions were valid.)
BurnOn CD/DVD Free v3.1 (Windows XP)
http://www.burnworld.com/burnoncddvd/

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#1724282 - 04/04/21 01:25 AM Re: cd writer crash [Re: skypilot]
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Yes - it is telling you to DOWNLOAD THE ISO file (SOFTWARE) FROM THEIR WEBSITE and store it on your computer. Then, burn the iso file to a cd, using burning software that you've installed on your computer.

Once you've burned the iso file to a cd, THEN you can load it onto your VS.

Heres what you said - -

 Originally Posted By: skypilot
...
I tried to burn the Update CD software BURNON and NERO but the file doesnt download and the connection times out!!!...


The point being that you cannot burn the iso file directly from their website to your cd on the pc, which is what you said that you tried to do......




Edited by uptildawn (04/04/21 01:27 AM)
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#1725214 - 04/09/21 02:41 PM Re: cd writer crash [Re: uptildawn]
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Done everything, the download, burn the ISO file, and loaded into the BR 1600.

All it keeps saying is Load Disc....when the disc is in there!

It maybe time to face reality...

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#1725216 - 04/09/21 02:49 PM Re: cd writer crash [Re: skypilot]
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what burning software did you use? Does the program have a menu choice to specifically burn an iso image, or did you just burn a data disc by chance?
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#1725458 - 04/11/21 07:18 PM Re: cd writer crash [Re: uptildawn]
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1. Burn
2. Nero


BR-1600CD SYSTEM UPDATE VERSION 2.20 (PC/MAC - CD)

very frustrating...Im think I should move on to computer recording screw Roland

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#1725468 - 04/11/21 09:31 PM Re: cd writer crash [Re: skypilot]
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Did you specifically choose an option to burn an iso image?
(I understand the Nero has the option - I don't know Burn so well).

I wish I had more details to offer you - I don't use the BR1600CD and don't have an option to load os updates via an iso image disc, although I do use the VS880 and 1680, still.

I won't say yea, or nay on the pc front - except to say that I have used it for so long that it's second nature - there's much more I can do with it. There's an argument for the standalone machines in the ability to just hit record and go... but a well set up pc can do that also.
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