Stop bragging about tablets and start making products that work consistently
March 21, 2011 7:21 AM Subscribe
ASUS is nearly two years delinquent in re-branding and re-releasing an existing Sony Optiarc firmware to allow their OEM version of an Optiarc drive to read dual-layer Blu-ray discs under Windows 7. Which persons - preferably executives or others with real authority - can I contact here in the United States to make sure this gets done? Where do I find their contact information? (Bonus points if you have that information already and can share it).
posted by Inspector.Gadget to Computers & Internet (6 answers total)
In case it is relevant, the drive in question is a BC-5500s running the 1.C0 ASUS firmware; the 1.E1 firmware posted by ASUS won't flash this drive for myself or other users, and Sony's own native firmware is encrypted to prevent cross-flashing. I've been following developments at CDFreaks about this, and maybe they'll have a custom firmware later this year, but I'd really like to do this the right way and also get my money's worth on this $1500+ notebook.