Edit media codes from firmware files as well as increase or decrease the read and write speed using this tiny and portable utility
|Updated||Dec 29th 2016|
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|Crack Size||190 KB|
MediaCodeSpeedEdit is a feather-light and portable piece of kit which gives you the possibility to modify your media's write speed as well as to insert new codes into the firmware. It comes packed with just a few settings that should be easy to figure out.
Since there is no setup pack involved, you can save the program files to a custom directory on the disk and just click the executable to launch MediaCodeSpeedEdit, as well as copy it to a pen drive or other removable storage unit, in order to directly run it on any PC effortlessly.
An important aspect worth keeping in mind is that the app does not create extra files on the disk without your consent, nor add new entries to the Windows registry, thus leaving no traces behind after removal.
The GUI is user-friendly, made from a normal window with a plain and simple structure, where you can get started by loading firmware files, as long as they have the EXE, BIN, CVT, TBF or HEX format.
A list shows the type, name and write speed for each entry, enabling you to edit these values easily. What's more, you can increase or decrease the read speed, as well as export the media codes to file for closer examination.
We have not come across any unpleasant surprises in our tests, since the app did not hang, crash or pop up error messages. It has a good response time to commands and runs on low CPU and RAM, as expected, so it doesn't hog system resources.
To sum it up, MediaCodeSpeedEdit Crack supplies users with a simple and effective method for examining and editing media codes to firmware files.
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