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How to Video : [Make a Blu-Ray drive UHD Friendly and read 4K disks] Recorded in 4K

thanks to these guides here:
https://www.makemkv.com/forum/viewto...p?f=16&t=17058
https://club.myce.com/t/dosflash-v2-...-drives/399911

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Requirements:

32Bit windows bootable PE or full installation will work

Computer with sata ide mode look for something similar to this in bios
advanced - pch storage - sata - sata mode and change that from ahci or raid mode to ide

dive must be connected to sata controller not usb

Drives

ASUS BW-16D1HT build date 2015+ check it has 3.00+, the 1.00 ones are not compatible
LG BE16NU50 SVC NS50+
LG WH16NS40 SVC NS50
LG BH16NS40 SVC NS50
LG BH16NS55 SVC NS50+
LG WH14NS40 SVC NS50
LG WH16NS60 SVC NS60

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Thanks for this. I added the link to the madVR build guide in this forum.
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Thanks for this. I added the link to the madVR build guide in this forum.
Thanks! glad you think its good enough to include in your guide.
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I haven't had to do this myself, but your video made me understand how easy it is.

You might want to make a note in your post on how to check the BIOS for motherboard compatibility or if a certain spec for the motherboard is required.
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not really a certain spec but the place to look in the bios would be under advanced > pch storage > sata > sata mode and change that from ahci or raid mode to ide.

i will put the requirements in the description

urf noticed while i was editing description my google drive links got taken down in less than 2 days no wonder the original guides link to sketchy web hosting sites they are back up for now but i will have to find another way to host them and dont want to put them on my own server because everyone will have my ip address

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new safer and easier downgrade method with modified firmware edited by me
source https://www.makemkv.com/forum/viewto...p?f=16&t=18873
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