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Don't by any means drag & drop the .iso file. It's not the proper way of burning a file to a writable CD.
Ok I must have been confused when you said only the .ISO file. Do you have any other ideas. Thank you for your interest!
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To burn the ISO file properly you can follow cheaptrick's instructions or do the following:

1) download imgburn
2) open it up and click burn image file to disc
3) look for the firmware ISO and select it
4) click start and wait for it to complete.
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To burn the ISO file properly you can follow cheaptrick's instructions or do the following:

1) download imgburn
2) open it up and click burn image file to disc
3) look for the firmware ISO and select it
4) click start and wait for it to complete.
That's the way I've burned all the previous ones, I was confused when he said only the .iso file.
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That's the way I've burned all the previous ones, I was confused when he said only the .iso file.
LOL, that's the only firmware file there. There's nothing else.

We're getting nowhere with this firmware update. I'm giving you a step by step instruction on how to update your firmware yet you still get confused by the way you explained things. I give up. Maybe others can help.
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LOL, that's the only firmware file there. There's nothing else.

We're getting nowhere with this firmware update. I'm giving you a step by step instruction on how to update your firmware yet you still get's confused by the way you explained things. I give up. Maybe others can help.
Ok Thanks for your help so far.
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