PIONEER DVD-303S DRIVER DETAILS:
|File Size:||14.7 MB|
|Supported systems:||Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows 2008, Windows Vista|
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PIONEER DVD-303S DRIVER
Basically, the power and SCSI interface matches perfectly with the old drive.
So basically, you can just remove the adapter from the old drive and pop it into the back of the DVD drive The major problem is getting the audio to be transferred properly, but with the incompatible interfaces, the only solution is to hack a generic Pioneer DVD-303S audio cable. This may take a while to figure out. You'll have to examine how the connector is held Pioneer DVD-303S place and shift the connector out carefully.
Then, poke the 3 frayed ends of the wire correctly into the right holes Pioneer DVD-303S the connector and tape them there in place. A good guide will be to see how the wires at the end of the DVD drive is positioned and poke into the coresponding hole in Pioneer DVD-303S connector. I found this was a good way.
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I then closed it and tried to eject from Toast. What's going on here? Based Pioneer DVD-303S this good news I dropped the Toast CD Reader extension into the extensions folder and rebooted.
It mounted the disc onto the desktop. It seems that the tray-locking mechanism just hates Apple. I attempted to eject Pioneer DVD-303S CD from the desktop and the drive was locked! I had to physically force-eject it again.
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For good measure I tried the CD Sunrise driver again. I now had a good-enough working CD Drive.
I now Pioneer DVD-303S if the previous HP drive actually worked. It may have just been suffering the same tray-locking symptoms. The Apple drivers un-modified may have also worked, if only I'd bothered to try and force a CD in the drive. I'll go back and test this when I rebuild the machine on fresh HDDs.
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Either way, the locking meant that the drive was still highly unusable. There's gotta be a way to disable the tray-lock mechanism.
Is there a DVD out there?
Should I break the drive open and remove its ability to lock Pioneer DVD-303S It should be as simple as disconnecting a plastic pin somewhere in the mechanism I pulled the second jumper to set the ID to '1'.
It was half-way along Pioneer DVD-303S SCSI chain, and the hard disks still worked fine. Shutting the machine down, I inspected the cable and jumpers. The internal termination was on!
I thought it'd then block the rest of the chain too! I grabbed a pair of tweezers and removed the TE jumper.
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Description, Pioneer DVD-303S Size. >General Specifications, 13 kb. Product Information Bulletin DVD-R Media Bit Rates in MBs, 85 kb. Introduction. When DVD-ROM drives started hitting the market aroundmany hailed them as the indubitable successor to the CD-ROM.