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Try doing 4-5 resets in a row.

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I'm doing the upgrade. It's been saying "please wait...authenticating" for an hour and twenty minutes.
I remember it went real slow last time. How long should I wait before I retry?

The estimated time was 20 minutes.
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I only wish you weren't joking. It would be nice to have Atmos even if they used pre outs to do it.

Firmware update: DONE.

Thanks friends, I have Atmos now... (joke, of course)
I purchased my AVR-4311ci almost two years ago and love it! That said, I think I am going to stop following the Dolby Atmos Thread which may help keep the feelings you express to a minimum. ...........{heavy sigh}
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I'm doing the upgrade. It's been saying "please wait...authenticating" for an hour and twenty minutes.
I remember it went real slow last time. How long should I wait before I retry?

The estimated time was 20 minutes.
Tried again and it worked.
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I recently had my 4311 serviced through Panurgy because my HDMI1 stopped working. However, I've now run into an issue using HDMI Control. Now, when I turn off the tv the 4311 stays on. Before sending it to Panurgy, the receiver also used to go on standby. Any thoughts on how to fix this or should I send back to Panurgy?
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Try cycling the HDMI Control setting and then power both devices off. Power on the TV first, wait a few seconds, then power on the 4311. Then power off the TV. If still no joy, likely cheaper to just get a Harmony remote, not to mention it would provide a lot more functionality in controlling your other devices as well.

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