I ve a lisong mp3 player and ive upgraded wrong firmware and it doesn't work how to get the generic or original firmware details of player are device =lisong mp3 player 4gb manfacturer=wilson co ltd bootflash type =F644 brom version=3.0.80 firmware version=9.1.52 qy91_5key ak1025_lkd_v30f
Don't worry cause one of the files (at UI30.RES) has an incorrect checksum. It's due to prior edit on ASCII labels.
I couldn't say it is really the firmware you want, so you must check and verify thoroughly before proceed.
Please note: 1.- Do not update or reload firmware if your player is working fine (more or less). 2.- If this firmware is not EXACTLY the same version, for the same chipset, there's no guarantee. The player could not work or, even worst, could suffer defintive damage. 3.- It's highly recommendable you BACKUP the existent firmware, despite damage suspects. 4.- To backup and/or restore firmware for this player, you can use "S1res" Ver 4.1, downloadable at:
For restoring firmware, you can also use the "Player Upgrade Tool" Ver 4.18 or superior (part of "MP3 Player Utilities"), downloadable at:
Enjoy your music.
XINTAI MP3 Player Wilson Co. Ltd. Bootflash type: F285 brom version: 3.0.80 Firmware version: 9.1.52 Date: 9-01-05
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Wireless routers contain built-in programmable logic called firmware. The firmware is embedded software that implements network and security protocols for that specific model of hardware device.Every wireless router ships with a tested version of firmware provided by the manufacturer. However, most routers are also designed to support a firmware upgrade process. This allows the manufacturer to provide enhancements to routers already sold. Manufacturers generally provide firmware upgrades as free downloads from their Web site.
Additionally, a few manufacturers (like Linksys) provide their firmware as open source code on the Internet. Programmers worldwide are free to modify and extend the code with new features for their routers. Several versions of this hacked firmware can be found on the Web, but the average homeowner should avoid these types of firmware. The Firmware Update Process You begin a firmware upgrade by downloading a binary file package from the manufacturer's Web site. After the package is set up properly on a PC, an administrator can launch the actual upgrade from the wireless router's administrative console. The router will stop functioning if the upgrade fails to complete. For this reason, manufacturers generally recommend an Ethernet cable be run from the router to the PC to ensure maximum stability during the update. Consult the router's product documentation for details. Immediately after purchasing a router, check the firmware version to ensure it is the latest version. Firmware can be installed on a router at the factory several months before the router is sold. Then, check the manufacturer's Web site occasionally over time for any new firmware upgrade postings. Each time a firmware upgrade is posted, the manufacturer will provide notes detailing the enhancements it provides. Feel free to skip an upgrade if the new version does not offer any interesting features. However, if a router is performing sluggishly, freezing unexpectedly or experiencing dropped connections, firmware upgrade often supplies a quick fix.
Hi just switch it off and wait for 15 second turn it should come up hope you not disconnect the LAN cable or power cable from you router during upgrade otherwise your router maybe cant be use anymore but if it is stopped by it is own it could be wrong firmware version or incompatible one you have entered should you need any help please contact me via my weblog http://computernetworksupportindubai.com/
in order to upgrade the firmware please follow the steps:
1. Click the link (http://homesupport.cisco.com/en-us/wireless/linksys/)
2. Enter the model number of the router and hit enter.
3.Click Download Tab
4.Now enter the hardware version of the router (which you can find by turning the router upside down)
5.Now you can download the firmware which is a .bin file and save it to the desktop.
6.Open the router page and click Administration and click Firmware upgrade.
7.Select the file from the desktop by clicking Browse and start upgrade.
8.Turn off the router for 30 seconds after upgradation and turn it on..
dont ever do any upgrades to a firmware...in most cases it will render the hardware useless.....
most of the mp3 are made to work for a limited period...every other day technology keeps changing so they dont make any upgraded to old firmwares....
also none bothers about old firmwares....
it's not worth spending that much time...buy a new one...even i spent some 4 months figuring how to make my old mp3 work again....it's just waste of time...buy a new one...it costs much less to buy a new one rather than trying to fix an old usless one...
The newest firmware version is actually v 2.01. The file should be called DI634M_firmware_201.bin and is engineered for North American products only. Does that apply to you? You can get the file here. Important! - Make sure that you use only hard-wired network connections for upgrading. Do NOT upgrade firmware on any router over a wireless connection. This might result in a device failure. Here is also a page with detailed instructions.
If you have any more questions or this doesn't work for you, just come back here and leave a comment - I'm happy to help.
Firmware upgrade is a simple but a delicate procedure. Make sure you are loading the correct firmware. You should get your firmware from the website of your router. Installing a THIRD PARTY firmware to your router voids the warranty of your router. Here is a tip for a successful firmware upgrade. BEFORE FIRMWARE UPGRADE(push the reset button of the router for 30 seconds then unplug the power of the router for 10 seconds). Upgrade the firmware. After the upgrade push the reset button again for 30seconds, unplug power for 10 seconds.
Firmware Upgrade Instructions: Please download and unzip the firmware file to computer's local hard drive and then follow the instructions in the "readme.txt" file to upgrade the firmware.
Warning : - Firmware upgrade failure may permanently damage the unit and causing it not to function. If the issues in the "Release Note" do not address the problem you are experiencing, please do not upgrade the firmware. Never upgrade the firmware using a wireless connection. Firmware upgrade will reset the Router to factory default state (all current settings will be replaced by default settings). When necessary, please write down the Router's current settings before performing the firmware upgrade. Please do not load the previously saved Router "configuration file" to the new firmware.
If you need assistance performing the firmware upgrade or if you have any questions, please contact our Techsupport Team http://www.trendnet.com/support.