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I need a firware update for my 747i

I'm having green and pink squares within a minute or two after turning it on. Not sure if I need a firmware update or what not. Can anyone help me out please. Can anyone give me the latest firmware update or info please?!?! Anything helps. Thanks

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Firmware update please for 747i

I need a Firmware update for my 747i please! Thanks

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Use at your own risk; follow the instructions in the manual for installing. This is version 63.7.5, which, as of a couple years ago, was the latest version (but it was old even then).

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/...47_V63.7.5.zip
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I'm new on here. I don't know if this thread is still alive. But I've been having troubles with my 747-B11. Turn it on might have sound for hours or just mins. Turn off back on same thing most likely just mins. "When it does work it's only playing out of one speaker." I've never done a firmware... Idk if that'll help? But I love this TV and don't want to trash it. SO PLEASE HELP!!! Thanks in advance!
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Doubt firmware update will fix your problem, but it sounds like you have little to lose. Latest firmware link is a couple posts up!
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Registered DP 1.2a compatible screen
How is that possible?
Standard DP 1.2a emerged after Screen production

http://www.anandtech.com/show/8008/v...s-move-forward

Has anyone checked that?
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Late to the game...

Hi everyone,

I've had my Olevia 747i since 2007 and it is still working nearly flawlessly. My issue is, HDMI seems to have audio dropouts on PS4 and the only way to fix it is to unplug the hdmi cable and reconnect it.

I am attempting to update the firmware from 747-B11_v63.7A17 to 747_V63.7.5, but I am getting no where. The TV goes through the install and says no update needed. Do I have the most current firmware for this TV? Thanks in advance.
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Hi everyone,

I've had my Olevia 747i since 2007 and it is still working nearly flawlessly. My issue is, HDMI seems to have audio dropouts on PS4 and the only way to fix it is to unplug the hdmi cable and reconnect it.

I am attempting to update the firmware from 747-B11_v63.7A17 to 747_V63.7.5, but I am getting no where. The TV goes through the install and says no update needed. Do I have the most current firmware for this TV? Thanks in advance.
It is my understanding that the firmware update will only update what needs to be updated. Assuming you are attempting to use Firmware Version 63.7.5 (the latest and last firmware update), if it shows "no update needed," then you have the latest firmware installed.
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It is my understanding that the firmware update will only update what needs to be updated. Assuming you are attempting to use Firmware Version 63.7.5 (the latest and last firmware update), if it shows "no update needed," then you have the latest firmware installed.
Fair enough. Do you think it would be beneficial to reset to factory defaults or format the C or D drives through the Service Menu and re-installing the latest firmware? Or do you think it could just be the HDMI chip starting to go. Basically, it seems to happen when a device goes into standby through power save settings. If not, I'll just live with the occasional unplug/replug of HDMI cables.

Thanks for the reply either way Rarjar.
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Fair enough. Do you think it would be beneficial to reset to factory defaults or format the C or D drives through the Service Menu and re-installing the latest firmware? Or do you think it could just be the HDMI chip starting to go. Basically, it seems to happen when a device goes into standby through power save settings. If not, I'll just live with the occasional unplug/replug of HDMI cables.

Thanks for the reply either way Rarjar.
I have no idea about resetting to factory resets, however, I have a similar HDMI problem with an LG LED TV and LG advised me that a hard reset will often fix HDMI pairing issues, so on that basis, I think I would try the hard reset first.
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