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  1. JOSEPH WYNNE

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    Hi Folks, I have been working with the New Openbuilds Control Box for a few months now, and everything was working fine until lately; I keep getting disconnected each time I try to link through my laptop hub: I have tried to download the Drivers, without much success -it seems to be a new download system than the one I have been used to. I can't remember exactly how the message reads on the Serial Console, but it goes something like: "Firmware, or something to that effect, is not supported. Looking for some guidance! All wires have been checked and re-checked. Thanks!!!
     
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  3. JOSEPH WYNNE

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    Thanks Peter! I will give the wiring a good going over in the morning.
     
  4. JOSEPH WYNNE

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    Hi again, Peter. I checked the link you sent, and it is exactly the message I get when trying to Connect! I will go over it with a "Fine Tooth Comb", like they say.
     
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    Hi Folks, I followed up on the wire-check to eliminate any problems there toward "no support Firmware" problems-- everything checked out fine. So I went through the list from the Black Box Troubleshoot Doc.: Correct Port [COM3] checked out; Drivers were working; and last, and with extreme care, went through the "Possible Corrupted Firmware": first two tries showed "Failed Flash"; I switched laptops and tried again, this time [​IMG]. I went back to the original laptop and everything is working! I am extremely grateful for your guidance and support.
     
  6. Peter Van Der Walt

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    Sweeeet glad you are back up and running
     

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