Samsung se-506cb driver.TSSTcorp BDDVDW SE-506BB USB Device – Driver Download
Helpful answers.Samsung SECB TS02 Firmware Download – Firmware HQ
14 rows · Select one of the Samsung drives below.. SDE: SEAB: SEDB: SECB: SE . Oct 02, · The drive does seem to be recognised by the system, when no disc is inserted — the System Profiler list it as a Burning Device (under Hardware->Disc Burning) as TSSTcorp BDDVDW SECB, and as ‘MT’ under USB (there is no description of what type of device this is). Jun 21, · Drivers Library. To find the latest driver for your computer we recommend running our Free Driver Scan. TSSTcorp BDDVDW SEBB USB Device – Driver Download. * Vendor: * Product: TSSTcorp BDDVDW SEBB USB Device. * Hardware Class: DiskDrive.
Samsung se-506cb driver.External Blu-ray writer “Samsung SECB” doesn’t read – Microsoft Community
14 rows · Select one of the Samsung drives below.. SDE: SEAB: SEDB: SECB: SE . Jul 16, · Samsung SECB. The following files are available for download for the drive: Samsung SECB. Version. Date. Filename. TS 16th July, SECB_TSexe. Download the firmware TS02 for Samsung SECB. The firmware ‘TS02’ is for the following drive(s): Samsung SECB.
TSSTcorp BDDVDW SEBB USB Device Driver Download – PC Matic Driver Library
Keep Your Computer Running at Peak Performance
Using Samsung SECB Blu-ray/DVD writer… – Apple Community
But Blu Ray discs are not being recognized anymore. I can confirm that a split cable does work, whereas my single cable that came with the drive does not work when plugged directly into my Surface Book. I had no issue with the single cable when I plugged it into my dock at my desk. Sounds like some of the newer ultrabooks just don’t have enough power in their USB ports. Thanks for the response. I guess as you suggest, the only way to find out is to firstly run it off a split cable.
I believe the writer is designed for USB 2. Come on Samsung – do the decent thing – I’m sure it can’t be beyond your massive resources! I am able to play DVD discs but once a BD disc is placed in the drive it spends ages not recognising the disc and then reports the drive empty to the OS Win I have tried the SE on three different computers with three different Win 10 builds Pro , Home and Pro I have tried using the manufacturer’s supplied single cable and a split cable.
All to no avail. I have also run scs. Oh and yes, I have tried different BD discs which I know to be working on other devices including a built-in BD drive in one of the devices, confirming that it’s not the CyberLink PowerDVD software, if there was any doubt there. The SE used to work with BDs a few months ago. The conclusion I have to come to is it would appear that perhaps one of the many Win 10 OS updates may have lead to this failure and Samsung do not appear to have addressed it by releasing an updated driver.
I realise we could get into a blame game situation, with Samsung blaming Microsoft and Microsoft blaming Samung. Corporations this big really need to talk to each other and work together to ensure our consumer products don’t become obsolete after a couple of years or worse, months. The big corporations often claim they are doing their bit to combat global warming but how well does that argument stack up when they’re selling products which will be quickly destined for the scrap heap because they can’t be used, whilst being otherwise in good physical order?
Say “hello! I have been in contact with the Samsung Blu-ray writer support, who sent me a split USB power cable to try. Both I and my son who has the same writer and problem tried it and it makes no difference. This does not seem to be a power issue. I reported this back to support who have now informed me that they have no other solution – no firmware or driver upgrade. It would seem we all now have a writer that will not work with Windows 10 and neither Samsung or Microsoft or their affiliates are going to do anything about it.
Moderators, please take note of this wholly unacceptable situation. I agree with you that it’s unacceptable. Thanks for getting back to us mikep6dd – and saddened to hear of your experience.
I’ll chase up with our Head Office to see what we’re able to advise here. Please update this thread ASAP with the support required for this device under this operating system. This drive was sold to me on May through Amazon the year Windows 10 was released, it should have had supported drivers.
I cannot find these drivers on Samsung’s website. Please help! It seems that the player is not compatible to Windows 10 at all. Where can I get a driver for Windows 10 and if needed a firmware update? Many thanks, Alex.
All forum topics Previous Topic Next Topic. I’ve read that this writer may not get enough power from a single USB connection. It is suggested that a split cable be used to facilitate simultaneous connection to two USB terminals or that a separately powered hub be used. Could this be the reason this writer is not working as it should? ChampaignDad First Poster. Hi ChampaignDad Thanks for the response. Hedgehog Apprentice. Tags: BD not recognised. TracyR Moderator. I’m also slightly annoyed that this thread has now been tagged as ‘solved’.
AntS Moderator. Hi guys. I’ve removed the ‘solved’ mark. Post Reply. Related Content.