That was my own experience with this scenario. After flashed the wrong firmware blue light always on, no matter if eject button pressed or not and a very strongsapphire wrote: ↑Sun May 22, 2022 4:32 pm
Oh no! So you mean to tell me that after I accidently flashed to a Slim drive, that burned my drive, and this process is irreversible?
Because if so, I don't know what to do. I just bought this drive not too long ago, and that will be $80 gone down the drain, with no way to play/rip my discs
smell of something overheated, like I said before.
You can try anyway this method:
1) Flash any compatible MK firmware.
2) Use the SDF Tool flasher (or the asus) selecting a DE firmware (Downgrade Enable).
3) Use now the SDF Tool flasher with the dump full syntax command in order to produce a 2048 kb file size.
4) That's the difficult part. You should copy and paste some hex values from the sdftool full dump (which doesn't contain the first 0x400 hex bytes data of the real LG firmware)
in order to get a full firmware to recovery and make the relative full rawflash write (with sdftool) to your unit, to revert it to the stock default firmware.
But, even doing this and turn back your unit at its factory firmware, I'm pretty sure engine unit is gone, but I will be happy to be proved wrong.