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The "infamous" EEPROM error:-Andy
Several users, who didn't follow the recommended update path => 1.05 / 1.04 (depending on model) then to the newest, got that infamous EEPROM / E2PROM error (others might have, too).
Different solutions where suggested from user experience for this issue:
a) go back to Main firmware 1.05 / 1.04 and then go to the latest 1.09 / 1.08 (Onkyo / Integra recommended update sequence).
b) reflash / rewrite (retry) with the same firmware version up to three times, before giving up.
c) do a hardware reset, then a software reset ("Clear") as described in the manula, afterwords a (not in the manual) "Store Settings" as described in this post.
If all this didn't help, You probably should see Your regional Onkyo / Integra service point for a cure.
I found an interesting post in another thread here, which might get rid of this problem, which many have experienced:
Note: Others having the same problem had to get one of the chips exchanged due to hardware failure / defective chip.