[Fixed] setextra data for SATA controlled CD-DVD drive not working (#17374)

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[Fixed] setextra data for SATA controlled CD-DVD drive not working (#17374)

Postby siriusr3d » 2. Feb 2018, 11:58


[ModEdit; related ticket: #17374: Applying custom disk vendor product data (VPD) have partial effect]

Hi,

The 'setextradata' for SATA CD-ROM is not working anymore for windows 7 and 10 guests. Has anything changed in new release.? am i the only one facing the issue.?

it was working in earlier 5.1 version.
Also working with Windows XP guests with IDE controller but not in Windows 7 and 10 guests SATA controller. Harddisk data seems to working fine.

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<ExtraDataItem name="VBoxInternal/Devices/ahci/0/Config/Port1/ATAPIProductId" value="DVD+-RW IZ-36W5Y"/>
<ExtraDataItem name="VBoxInternal/Devices/ahci/0/Config/Port1/ATAPIRevision" value="FNQT"/>
<ExtraDataItem name="VBoxInternal/Devices/ahci/0/Config/Port1/ATAPISerialNumber" value="R879IFVYQR1ETW"/>
<ExtraDataItem name="VBoxInternal/Devices/ahci/0/Config/Port1/ATAPIVendorId" value="TSSTcorp"/>


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VBoxManage setextradata %1 "VBoxInternal/Devices/ahci/0/Config/Port1/ATAPIVendorId" "TSSTcorp"
VBoxManage setextradata %1 "VBoxInternal/Devices/ahci/0/Config/Port1/ATAPIProductId" "DVD+-RW SU-208CB"
VBoxManage setextradata %1 "VBoxInternal/Devices/ahci/0/Config/Port1/ATAPIRevision" "D200"
VBoxManage setextradata %1 "VBoxInternal/Devices/ahci/0/Config/Port1/ATAPISerialNumber" "R8ZX6YLD9008V6"


Not working in Windows 7 & 10 (SATA controller)
Image

But works in Windows XP (IDE controller)
Image
Last edited by socratis on 9. Mar 2018, 07:47, edited 2 times in total.
Reason: Marked as [Fixed].
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Re: setextra data for SATA controlled CD-DVD drive not working

Postby socratis » 2. Feb 2018, 15:17

@siriusr3d
Is this a new behavior with 5.2.6? You already have a message in the Discuss the 5.2.6 release, so what's actually going on?

By the way, keep in mind that according to the forum rules, duplicate posts are not allowed. It's not good etiquette. You already had 3 exact messages (one deleted), and this might be gone as well. There is a huge difference if this is a version-specific regression.
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Re: setextra data for SATA controlled CD-DVD drive not working

Postby siriusr3d » 5. Feb 2018, 07:12

Sorry about the duplicate post. No one replied in Discuss the 5.2.6 release discussion, so i made a post here.

after updating to 5.2.6 version, it seems to be broken. Both in Linux and windows host.
I have used 'setextradata' command to configure SATA controlled CD-ROM device vendor and other ID details to be displayed in Windows guest. it was working fine in 5.1.x versions. But after updating to 5.2.6, its details are not shown in device manager of the windows 7 & 10 guest machines. you can refer the images in the original post.

Also, IDE controlled CD-ROM seems to be working, i have a windows XP guest with IDE controller which is showing the modified vendor and ID details.

So i need to know if there is any bug related to this issue or is it just I have reconfigure the VMs again.?
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Re: setextra data for SATA controlled CD-DVD drive not working

Postby siriusr3d » 5. Feb 2018, 08:02

Okay now, i removed 5.2.6 version and installed 5.1.32.

now the SATA controlled CD-ROM vendor details are shown properly as used in 'setextradata'. refer the image below.
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I think it is a regression bug. There is an Open Ticket for this bug
Last edited by siriusr3d on 6. Feb 2018, 08:00, edited 1 time in total.
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Re: setextra data for SATA controlled CD-DVD drive not working (#17374)

Postby socratis » 5. Feb 2018, 21:18

siriusr3d wrote:I think it a regression bug. There is an Open Ticket for this bug

It might very well be a regression, I added the related info at the beginning of your post. But ticket #17374 talks about VirtualBox 5.2.2, so you won't mind if I delete your post from the 5.2.6 discussion, OK?

It didn't get a reply in any event... ;)
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Re: setextra data for SATA controlled CD-DVD drive not working (#17374)

Postby siriusr3d » 6. Feb 2018, 08:02

this bug is present in all 5.2 versions. so its not specific to 5.2.2. Any ways, thanks for your reply. :)
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Re: setextra data for SATA controlled CD-DVD drive not working (#17374)

Postby siriusr3d » 9. Mar 2018, 07:41

This bug has been fixed in version 5.2.8. Thank you
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Re: setextra data for SATA controlled CD-DVD drive not working (#17374)

Postby socratis » 9. Mar 2018, 07:46

Great, thanks for the feedback. Marking as [Fixed].
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