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Originally Posted by oilblue
You mentioned burning an image...don't do that. Just make it as a data disc (as though you were backing up some files, or putting family photos onto a CD). Make sure the ROM file is in the root folder of the disc.
Unlike the Toshiba firmware updates, you should be able to browse the contents of the disc on your computer. If the file is there, and in the root, you should be set. Just read through the PDF instructions and you should be fine.
That said, if you have a USB stick kicking around, that method seems the easiest.
Thanks, for the input.
I tried burning a CD (really about 6 of them) every which way to Sunday and could not get it to work. That was really frustrating as I was able to do the March update very easily.
I picked up a 8gb USB stick and it updated w/o problem.
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