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"ERROR! 4000" on RX-V673

I got an "Internal Error" message after attempting to update the firmware via the Internet on my RX-V673. I went to the Yamaha download page download the latest firmware to a USB stick and followed the instructions to run the upgrade from there. The firmware appears to load, but after loading the screen flashes "VERIFYING..." before it flashes "ERROR! 4000". I have tried this several times now and (eventually) get the same error message.

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