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I need to install new usb driver then update the firmware, where do I find these files? and what's the process to do this. All links that I have found no longer exist? I have an Olevia 237-T11

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  • alley1993 Dec 13, 2009

    Yes, I still want help with this problem...but I have already paid a fee for this why am I being asked again? If this is the case REFund my money, because so far your company has not provided any type of technical support that you have advertised.

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Seems that the company went bankrupt last year and their website (where you would have had to go to download their firmware) is no longer in operation. I think that means you're out of luck, unfortunately :(

I sure wish I had known that before I bought my own Olevia set that needs service now, but at the time I found lots of good reviews of the sets but no news of bankruptcy ever came up.

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