I can register phones with new cluster by deleting the CTL, but they do not change to spanish.
The only message is "error updating locale" (phones 79).
Yes I have all required files to carry this out mate:) But please keep in mind I made this for my specific board Z68 (Maximus IV Extreme Z) which I got the error "Plural host controllers", what I'm providing is a workaround for this, it's just a way to flash them individually from command line ..
Not sure about your board, but mine has two u PD720200 controller chips, only both can be enabled or disabled, so you cannot disable one to update the other, they are each controlled by a seperate controller.
2- Than copy paste the command lines that i provide you below: Current info: 2a) For Current firmware Information, type: C:\u PD720200_u PD720200A_FW_Updater\W200FW35/srom 4 2b) Than type this to get your current USB3.0 hardware addresses: C:\u PD720200_u PD720200A_FW_Updater\W200FW35/srom ?
Note: The adresses will be in the form of 0x-00-00, take note of them as we will need that to flash them in the next step.
Example: Bus:0x08 Device:0x00 Function:0x00 Bus:0x09 Device:0x00 Function:0x00 See how that translates to 08x00x00 and 09x00x00 3- Time to flash, so type: 1st chip C:\u PD720200_u PD720200A_FW_Updater\W200FW35/srom 4 /write F402103/ address 0X-00-00 Note: Type this to flash your firmware but replacing 0x-00-00 with your hardware addresses you got in step 2b. 5- To see current firmware Information, (now it should be FW Version: 22.214.171.124-0.3) type: C:\u PD720200_u PD720200A_FW_Updater\W200FW35/srom 4 Note: If you want to backup the current firmware, before updating for the new one the commands are: C: \ u PD720200_u PD720200A_FW_Updater \ W200FW35 / srom 0 / address 0X-00-00 / dump backup-08C: \ u PD720200_u PD720200A_FW_Updater \ W200FW35 / srom 0 / address 0X-00-00 / dump backup-08Again, remember to replacing 0x-00-00 and dump backup-0with your hardware addresses you got in step 2b.
Alternatively, if you cannot find your device on the list, it is possible to specify it manually by clicking the “Other...” button and inputting its IP address and password.
All things considered, Air Port Extreme Firmware Updater is a reliable tool that can help you upgrade the firmware version of your Airport Extreme Base station quickly and effortlessly.
So I have a Maximus IV Extreme Z and this Mobo has two usb 3.0 controllers (PD720200A) and I would like to update the firmware of both, but the firmware updater says: "Plural host controller detected" This is what I tried: 1- Disabled USB3 controller from BIOS (it disables both), 2- Disabled one controller from Device Management in Windows 7 x64 and the PCI-TO-PCI bridge where it's attached. After some research I discovered that someone placed here a solution ( and I also found another here (
f=32&t=3825#p14447) I tried to follow this guides but without success, I don't know messing with the command prompt, the only thing I found so far was the firmware version and their addresses, with this commands: C:\u PD720200_u PD720200A_FW_Updater\W200FW35/srom ? Yes I have all required files to carry this out mate:) But please keep in mind I made this for my specific board Z68 (Maximus IV Extreme Z) which I got the error "Plural host controllers", what I'm providing is a workaround for this, it's just a way to flash them individually from command line ..
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