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    Angry Upgrade to software version 140.40 does not work

    I tried to update my 32PLF9705 with the last SW downloaded from Philips site for Italian language. The last version is 140.40 that I know is solving issues related to Net-TV. As I done already other times I unzipped autorun.upg in a USB key and inserted into the USB port, but the installation does not start automatically. It seams that the file it is not recognized as a correct update file. I tried to do the update with Setup and it does not see any valid sw in the USB key. I tried the same thing with the last version (140.39) and it recognizes the sw in the USB key as a correct upgrade. Does anyone else Italian guy had the same problem ? Thank you.

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    Hi,

    I had the same problem. But I unplugged the USB-Stick and replugged it on another USB-port (I have 2 on my 21:9) - then the update was recognized...

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    Hi again,

    if this does not work, try to "downgrad" to 140.40. See: http://www.supportforum.philips.com/...ull=1#post3176

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    Hi Toengel

    Tahnk you for your reply.
    Change USB port: no success.
    Accessing upgrade/downgrade menu with the procedure you suggest: the USB keys is considered empy; it seams that the file is not considered a correct upgrade file.

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    Hi,

    download the update again - you can take a different language - the files contain all languages...

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    Hi,

    I downloaded the upgrade from the UK site and it works. Thank you very much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by conte View Post
    Hi Toengel

    Tahnk you for your reply.
    Change USB port: no success.
    Accessing upgrade/downgrade menu with the procedure you suggest: the USB keys is considered empy; it seams that the file is not considered a correct upgrade file.
    Hi conte,

    did you check that the *.upg file was situated in a folder called "upgrades" in your USB drive's root directory (e.g. D:\upgrades\autorun.upg)?
    If that's not the case, the forced up-/downgrade procedure will not work at all.

    If you already did so, I'd suggest formatting the USB drive again and start over with the steps provided before.

    I also own the 32PFL9705 (K though), and it worked just fine for me (and I'm sure it did for others as well until now).

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    Hi,

    he said that it worked after he downloaded it again from UK site... so it seems that there was a problem with the download in the first place...

    Toengel@Alex

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    That's what I noticed after posting...
    He posted the reply 3 minutes before I posted mine - I was right in the middle of typing it up then.

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