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Upgrading MLS4048 using USB - unable to detect

Jason.Chia
Occasional Visitor

Upgrading MLS4048 using USB - unable to detect

Everytime I push the selection By USB it gives the message "Insert USB Device". Have tried reinserting it but to no avail. Reboot - same message.

Two different USB.

Have extract the file to the USB. Does not even go to the next menu to select target or file.

Thanks for the help.
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Torsten.
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Re: Upgrading MLS4048 using USB - unable to detect

You can also use the network or LTT.

What filesystem on your USB stick? What file?

Hope this helps!
Regards
Torsten.

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Jason.Chia
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Re: Upgrading MLS4048 using USB - unable to detect

I notice the light above the USB port is blinking but I've checked the logs and there's nothing to indicate there's an error.

The files extracted out are:

1. LT0_1760_U51W_MSL-G3-Series.frm
2. LT0_1760_W51W_MSL-G3-Series.frm
3. LTO_1840_B56W_MSL-G3-Series.frm
4. LTO_1840_H58W_MSL-G3-Series.frm
5. LTO_232_P63W_MSL-G3-Series.frm
6. LTO_448_S63W_MSL-G3-Series.frm
7. LTO_920_C25W_MSL-G3-Series.frm
8. LTO_920_D23W_MSL-G3-Series.frm
9. LTO_920_Q25W_MSL-G3-Series.frm
10. LTO_960_G63W_MSL-G3-Series.frm
11. LTO_960_L63W_MSL-G3-Series.frm
12. LTO_960_M63W_MSL-G3-Series.frm
13. ltt_msl_g2_g3_nov09.xml
14. MSL2024_1.91.frm
15. MSL2024_4.70.frm
16. MSL4048_7.00.frm
17. MSL8096_9.60.frm
18. MSL_1x8_G2_2.80.frm

But I guess, I will only need the MSL4048_7.00.frm

I have formatted the USB to be NTFS.
Will give the FAT a try now and see if that's the case.
Jason.Chia
Occasional Visitor

Re: Upgrading MLS4048 using USB - unable to detect

Hey Torsten.,
Yeah its the filesystem alright.
FAT32 works good. Not NTFS.

Thanks for the help.
10 points to you.