Lib-152E autoloader no longer recognized after firmware update.
I recently updated the firmware in my Lib-152E. Unfortunately, upond completion of the upgrade, the Sony Tape Tool said "Firmware update completed successfully. You may now resume use of your tape drive", however, the Lib-152E was no longer recognized by the Sony Tape Tool. I tried rebooting, and now the Lib-152E is no longer recognized by the scsi card. I contacted sony support, and they were of no assistance whatsoever. Does anyone know of a way to reset the firmware or physically reapply a patch to this to get it to be recognized once again? I can't believe a firmware patch is unable to be reset somehow.
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Try taking the dives out, connecting each one to your SCSI card and updating the firmware - wait at least 10 minutes afet Tape Tools says you can now use it again! This last bit is very important! Then, after you have done the update to each drive, replace the drives and try again.
I had the same problem with a TSL-SA500C and it woked fr me.
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Unfortunately, as the camera is over six years old now, it is unlikely that a driver will be available. For a firmware update, check on the manufacturer's website.
The best way to transfer your images is to put the media card into a separate USB card reader, which Windows 10 should treat as just another disc drive.
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To continue with the repair of LCD BacPac, please follow these steps:
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Hook a VGA monitor, keyboard and mouse up to it. Then turn it on to see if it's booting into Windows or even into the BIOS. If it's booting into Windows, then download your autoloader firmware from Rimage.com (click the support link, then your model, download the autoloader firmware) -- then unzip it somewhere on your Rimage and use Gemini Utilities to update the firmware in the autoloader. Then restart the computer and see if you still see the same message.
The printer being recognized is tied very closely to the autoloader firmware working. Also, it helps to make sure the printer's switch is set to the position marked for Transport.
So you've upgraded to the latest 3.1.3 version.
You can still try to put your iPod to DFU mode, that way, iTunes (from your computer) will recognize your device. See link to my instructions below.
But since you have the latest firmware (3.1.3), the only thing you can do, once your device is in DFU mode is to repeat the update. You MUST NOT follow the rest of the rest of the instruction about restoring to 3.1.2, coz that might be fatal. Just REPEAT THE UPDATE. REPEAT THE UPDATE. And wait patiently until your iPod opens normally.
See complete instruction here.
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I have to admit this is a tough one. You seem to have tried most things i would try 1st.
I would suggest trying to download an eval coy of another backup program such as backup exec 12.5 from the symantec website and trying that.
This enables you to eliminate the backup software from your enquiries and if you also enable BUEX to use its own drivers (rather than the standard windows drivers) then that is another thing eliminated.
http://www.trilan-it.com/ are pretty good near the Berkshire area if you need a field call to help sort the issue but i would try BUEX 1st as that will help diagnose the problem even if you dont wish to continue with their software