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post #541 of 555
help! I've bricked my hv335t after updating jukebox on the latest ac ryan firmware, now it won't boot it's stuck on initial logo.. I can't telnet so I've tried the method of the photo above but it didn't work, guess I didn't understand correctly the instructions. I've used the cable of a voltage tester (similar to the one in photo) touch the pin shown above and the other point of cable left on the floor, was that correct? Trying that way didn't force any firmware update, what am I doing wrong?
post #542 of 555
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Originally Posted by gado45 View Post

help! I've bricked my hv335t after updating jukebox on the latest ac ryan firmware, now it won't boot it's stuck on initial logo.. I can't telnet so I've tried the method of the photo above but it didn't work, guess I didn't understand correctly the instructions. I've used the cable of a voltage tester (similar to the one in photo) touch the pin shown above and the other point of cable left on the floor, was that correct? Trying that way didn't force any firmware update, what am I doing wrong?

No you are not doing it right. You dont leave the other end on the floor. You ground it, meaning connected to a negative - point somewhere on the board. This then creates a short and forces a firmware update. There is a serial port at the edge of the board that has an easy to get to ground but I cant remember which contact it is as I havent done it in a long time. Also, many times the circular contacts where screws go in the board are grounded so you may try that.
post #543 of 555
thanks joe!! That was really helpful, saved the argosy
post #544 of 555
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Originally Posted by OhNo! View Post

How much space does the Argosy see if you use the 3TB drive as an external drive. Just wondering. I do recall reading that there was a 2TB maximum, and that it sees only one logical drive.
Just wondering.

I can connect my 3tb through the argosy's usb port and no problems at all, the thing is that i would like to use my 3tb HDD internally. Shouldn't be like a sotfware fix for this?
post #545 of 555
Charlie - Any luck getting the 3TB working as an internal drive?
post #546 of 555
joe citizen, if you see this post, i need your help, I have brick my HV335T, i put the wrong image, I use the HD 3 O!play Asus, I try using the harmony 650 control to program and did not work, I,m really deperate to fix this, I try what you show in the piture above, but I try every single ground but still no be able to make work, I see you Also mention a second option, to use TLL 3.3v, I have one, but not sure where to use it or what else todo, please help me, I will be so happy if you or someone can help me

thank you
post #547 of 555
Hello,

My HV355T stopped working. I turn it on, led comes on (blue), turn it on with the remote and the led starts blinking fast, and that's all. No image, HDMI or AV. Could someone help me boot this thing or is it permanently bricked?

I've tried the second way to unbrick/reflash it but it did not work.

Thanks in advance.

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Originally Posted by nymsc View Post


There is two way to unbrick hv335t.


1) use 3.3v TTL cable connect to hv335t with PC start putty.exe set port to 115200,8,none,1 , plug in usb flash drive with firmware (install.img) turn on hv335t on box (blue light on), hold "Tab" key on keyboard then turn on hv335t with remote control, wait till firmware update picture show on TV, release "Tab" key wait until firmware update complete.


2) plug in usb flash drive with firmware (install.img) turn on hv335t on box (blue light on) found dd1073 (the one with heat sink) pin 197, short it to ground with wire (see picture below), turn on hv335t with remote control wait until usb flash drive light flash release wire from pin 197 then wait for firmware update complete.

Edited by mionut - 9/3/13 at 12:45pm
post #548 of 555
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Originally Posted by HV33T-Argosy View Post

joe citizen, if you see this post, i need your help, I have brick my HV335T, i put the wrong image, I use the HD 3 O!play Asus, I try using the harmony 650 control to program and did not work, I,m really deperate to fix this, I try what you show in the piture above, but I try every single ground but still no be able to make work, I see you Also mention a second option, to use TLL 3.3v, I have one, but not sure where to use it or what else todo, please help me, I will be so happy if you or someone can help me

thank you

Its been a long time since I have done it so Im a little rusty but I can point you in the general direction. Basically what you have to do is connect the USB end of the TTL cable to your computer and the other end will be soldered or connected to the HV335t board. This way you will be able to communicate with the HV335t through MS HyperTerminal or PuTTY or some other program. The method I use ("erase -m" command) is similar to the one used on the Patriot Box Office which is slightly different than the method nymsc is describing on page 16. Both however require connecting the TTL cable to the HV335t board either by soldering or something like small alligator clips. For a general idea of what steps are involved read the first post here: Patriot Box Office TTL cable

Now where the HV335t is concerned, we are going to connect the TTL to the HV335t's edge connector. Sorry I dont have any pictures to show you what it looks like but if you look at your HV335t head on, the connector will be located on the front right close to the IR receiver. You will have pads that correspond to Ground, VCC, TXD, RXD I cant remember what each pad is so maybe someone else can chime in on this part. What you will need to do is connect the TTL cable's Ground, VCC, TXD, RXD lines to the corresponding lines on HV335t board. Once you got everything connected, power on the HV335t and start up MS HyperTerminal or PuTTY and follow nymsc's directions on page #16 or the method I use the "erase -m" command
post #549 of 555
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Originally Posted by ubrgeek View Post

Charlie - Any luck getting the 3TB working as an internal drive?


Hi ubrgeek,

Sadly no, next to my tv I have my argosy with the 3tb Hdd attached via usb.

I am hoping a software update will fix this sometime, GPT partition systems are used for more than 2tb hd's and thats what Argosy is not capable off
post #550 of 555
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Originally Posted by joe citizen View Post

Its been a long time since I have done it so Im a little rusty but I can point you in the general direction. Basically what you have to do is connect the USB end of the TTL cable to your computer and the other end will be soldered or connected to the HV335t board. This way you will be able to communicate with the HV335t through MS HyperTerminal or PuTTY or some other program. The method I use ("erase -m" command) is similar to the one used on the Patriot Box Office which is slightly different than the method nymsc is describing on page 16. Both however require connecting the TTL cable to the HV335t board either by soldering or something like small alligator clips. For a general idea of what steps are involved read the first post here: Patriot Box Office TTL cable

Now where the HV335t is concerned, we are going to connect the TTL to the HV335t's edge connector. Sorry I dont have any pictures to show you what it looks like but if you look at your HV335t head on, the connector will be located on the front right close to the IR receiver. You will have pads that correspond to Ground, VCC, TXD, RXD I cant remember what each pad is so maybe someone else can chime in on this part. What you will need to do is connect the TTL cable's Ground, VCC, TXD, RXD lines to the corresponding lines on HV335t board. Once you got everything connected, power on the HV335t and start up MS HyperTerminal or PuTTY and follow nymsc's directions on page #16 or the method I use the "erase -m" command
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Originally Posted by joe citizen View Post

Its been a long time since I have done it so Im a little rusty but I can point you in the general direction. Basically what you have to do is connect the USB end of the TTL cable to your computer and the other end will be soldered or connected to the HV335t board. This way you will be able to communicate with the HV335t through MS HyperTerminal or PuTTY or some other program. The method I use ("erase -m" command) is similar to the one used on the Patriot Box Office which is slightly different than the method nymsc is describing on page 16. Both however require connecting the TTL cable to the HV335t board either by soldering or something like small alligator clips. For a general idea of what steps are involved read the first post here: Patriot Box Office TTL cable

Now where the HV335t is concerned, we are going to connect the TTL to the HV335t's edge connector. Sorry I dont have any pictures to show you what it looks like but if you look at your HV335t head on, the connector will be located on the front right close to the IR receiver. You will have pads that correspond to Ground, VCC, TXD, RXD I cant remember what each pad is so maybe someone else can chime in on this part. What you will need to do is connect the TTL cable's Ground, VCC, TXD, RXD lines to the corresponding lines on HV335t board. Once you got everything connected, power on the HV335t and start up MS HyperTerminal or PuTTY and follow nymsc's directions on page #16 or the method I use the "erase -m" command



Joe citizen,
first, thank you for taking the time to write back, I,m adding two pictures to show you the mainboard, I,m sure what you are talking about, but like you said, will be hard to know witch is Ground, VCC, TXD, RXD, so if some here can provide some detail on how to solder each cable I'll will deeply thank you,

once again jose citizen, thank you for the time and if by any change you recall how to coonect the wires, I will apreciated, but if not its ok too,

thank you


x

post #551 of 555
Anyone out there know for sure whether this - Seagate Barracuda ST2000DM001 2TB - is compatible, internally, with the Argosy, or, indeed, whether anyone has any recommendations re the compatability (or otherwise) of the current crop of internal HDDs. I understand that 2TB remains the upper limit for internal installation. Cheers folks!
post #552 of 555

Hello friends. I tried upgrading my argosy 335t firmware 2.3. But didn't work just staying first screen and front blue light continues blink. I'm a wait 30-40 minut and force stop. Now my player didn't work just staying first screen. I'm plug to PC and format hard drive. Next I tried to install both firmware (v2.1 - v2.3) but nothing fixed. What is solution? If you have original firmware share to me please. Sorry for my bad english.

post #553 of 555

Hi all - I've had a Argosy HV335T for probably around 2-3 years and found it brilliant.

 

One thing i was wondering, was how to play subtitles. I have a file in AVI file and a SRT file which has english subtitles for the foreign parts of what is an English movie.

 

How do I play it on the Argosy?

 

Thanks

post #554 of 555
Anyone know where to find firmware versions later than 2.3? The only version available on their website is v2.3 but I am aware that versions like 2.34, 2.35, 2.36, 2.37 and 2.40 came out.
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