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Old 18th Feb 2007, 4:58 am
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Hi!
I have 2 problems with my mp4-player (Foston FS 66).
Fm I have in it is:
ACT2097_S72_1
2006/04/25
9.0.43
2006/04/29

1.
I have made a backup of my original firmware, and then I have copied that to make changes in it. I have changed the boot and end screens.
When I then tried to update my Player with "RDiskUpdate" I get an error message, and the update is aborted. Now thats maybe not so strange, BUT, I can't even update the firmware with my BackUp.
So what should I do?

2.
I can connect my Player so it's correct and windows recognize it. When I then deconnect it from the PC, and the want's to connect it again, I get the error message "Device not recognized". (atleast I think it says that, I get the message in swedish, Okänd enhet).
I can then get it to work again by deinstalling all devices I find under USB in the Device Manager.
Anyone knows how to get rid of this problem?

Regards Fredrik
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Old 18th Feb 2007, 9:00 pm
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what error do you get while trying to run RDiskUpdate and what version of Windows are you running?
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Old 19th Feb 2007, 12:46 pm
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Default Re: Firmware problem and usb connection problem

Well, I'm running XP, with the latest updates. And as soons as I get the player to connect with the PC correctly I will tell you the error message.
But I know it was something like, wrong firmware, update aborted...
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Old 19th Feb 2007, 9:13 pm
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when you extracted your firmware, did you repair it as well?

and what are you tring to upload to your player - the dump.bin after repairing or dump$.bin

you are supposed to be uploading the dump.bin after extracting and repairing. the dump$.bin is the firmware file before repairing
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Old 19th Feb 2007, 10:48 pm
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yea thats true...maybe u don't repair it first...u need to repair dump$.bin
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Old 20th Feb 2007, 8:27 am
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ooh okey. I didn't know that. But I dont have a dump$.bin, only dump.bin... But I guess it's the same. I'll try then to repair it and make the changes and uploading it to the player. And as I said before, as soon as I get it to connect correctly, I will try it.
Thanks for your answers.

EDIT: Now I have repaired the extracted dump.bin, and now I got a second file called: dump.bi$... Am I supposed to do something with that? Wich one should I use for making changes and uploading?

Regards Fredrik
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Old 20th Feb 2007, 6:20 pm
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u should make changes to the file dump.bi$...
repair it ....as dump.bin..

when u upload it....it should be in dump.bin
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Old 20th Feb 2007, 7:48 pm
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Actually, the dump.bi$ is just the old "un-repaired" firmware download.

If you want to modify your firmware don't change the dump.bi$ file.

Make a backup copy of your repaired 'dump.bin' file and keep one copy safe somewhere else. Then load a copy of it (dump.bin) into s1res and make your changes. That way if anything goes wrong you'll have a backup in the form of an unrepaired dump.bi$ AND a repaired 'dump.bin' file
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Old 20th Feb 2007, 9:56 pm
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perfect explanation odyssey
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Old 21st Feb 2007, 10:27 am
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Okey! I understand exactly ... Thanks for the fine answer...

And of course I'll try it as soon as I get it to work, so further on, No one having a solution on the connection problem, it's driving me nuts

And again, thanks for all great answers.
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