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Old 13th March 2005, 10:35 PM   #1
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Default DIT4096 Copy & L Bits ????? help!

does anyone know the meaing of the C/COPY and L bits?

COPY L Status
0 0 Consumer Mode, PRO = 0, COPY = 0, L = 0
0 1 Consumer Mode, PRO = 0, COPY = 0, L = 1
1 0 Consumer Mode, PRO = 0, COPY = 1, L = 0
1 1 Professional Mode, PRO = 1, No Copy Protection

ok, so does COPY=1 mean copy allowed or NOT Allowed??

and what is L? L=1?

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Old 15th March 2005, 04:43 AM   #2
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The information you need can be found here:


"The L bit determines whether the source is an original work or a copy of an original work."
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