When something needs USB your best bet is to find a 4GB stick and do a FAT32 formatting on it. Then erase everything on it, add the firmware file/files..i.e. unzip the firmware and only put the needed file(s) on the drive, don't change any names, don't put zips, pdfs, folders or anything else on there.
Bigger USB sticks might be NTFS or other types of file systems that cannot be read. If the USB stick came bundled with something else it might contain hidden boot partitions or anything. Do a full format of it to FAT32.
This is just what I have found in general with projectors and various devices through the years and I have no idea what these Arcams require but I imagine it's the same story.
Room| Treated | Sound| Front: Ino Audio i32s, Center: Ino Audio i16s, Surrounds: 6 x Ino a2, 6 x Ino a1, Subs: 6 x Ino Infra-Y|
Picture | Epson TW9300, Center Stage UF 130.4" retractable 2.35:1 |
Electronics | Arcam AVR390(Dirac Live), 3x Ncore nc400 monoblocks, (soon)Apollon NCMP6350, (soon)Apollon NCMP6200, EP4000, Panasonic UB700, ATV 4K |
Last edited by philipbtz; 05-24-2020 at 05:50 AM.