USB Port

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    HI A&H Users
    I Use T112 & iDR 48
    Today I try to Update my Surface with USB port. I use a Kingston 1GB, Verbatim 2GB. Surface can not find the Firmware from USB port.

    Then I try to save Event Logs on USB, still same Problem,the Surface can`t find the USB Flesh Card !!!![:(!]

    Then I tried use the Ipod Classic 80GB. Surface found the Firmware and has updated. [:)]

    is Anyone has this problem with USB Flash Cards ???

    Evolution Production
    iLive T112/iDr48/iPAD-iPod/

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    I had this problem the first time I updated the firmware i have a kingston 2GB i use that works great now

    Jason Blair
    Angus Audio
    T112/IDR-48 User/Owner/Dealer

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    It’s a known problem with all digital consoles, that some usb flash devices don’t work. I have a SanDisk 2gb which works fine.

    In Use & For Rent
    iLive T112 / iDR48

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    Never had any issues regarding USB flash sticks…

    R-72, iDR-16, xDR-16

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    This is from a post sometime back…

    “I had same type problems when updating to 1.63 earlier this year. I had three different USB sticks and console recognized only one stick of those three. I sent one stick, which didn’t work, to AH and got this answer from Chris:

    “At last we have some news on the USB stick problem.

    USB stick manufacturers are using multiple memory segments to create larger sticks. For instance, an 8GB stick may comprise 8x 1GB segments. During manufacture, these segments sometimes join perfectly, sometimes have a gap between them and sometimes the joins overlap.

    On a stick where segmants overlap, Linux is unable to handle the ‘structure’ and will not see our files. The way the segments join is not an issue with Windows and Mac so the USB device manufacturing industry is not too concerned.”


    Motion Computing LE1700
    iPad – sometime soon

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    If you have access to a PC (its doesn’t work from a Mac AFAIK) you can update the firmware direct from there. Does make things a bit quicker than finding a memory stick!

    Just remember kids no matter how good your mixing is you can’t polish a turd…

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    take a look at this post in the german ilive forum:

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    now I had my first problems using a USB stick…
    I have a bunch of them, and only one doesn’t work.

    R-72, iDR-16, xDR-16

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