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Latest RP91 Firmware

Discussion in 'Playback Devices' started by James Grasso, Apr 14, 2003.

  1. James Grasso

    James Grasso Active Member

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    Can anyone direct me to where I can get the latest firmware for the Panny RP91? I searched the forum, but didn't find anywhere that still had it available.
     
  2. greg_t

    greg_t Well-Known Member

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    If you look through the link I emailed you earlier, everything you need is there. 250 is that latest available version for download. 259 is not out yet.

    http://www.spudland.com/rp91-250.zip
     
  3. James Grasso

    James Grasso Active Member

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    Ahh, hadn't received your email yet. Thanks a lot Greg.
     
  4. James Grasso

    James Grasso Active Member

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    Got it and installed it within a few minutes. Thanks a lot Greg, if anyone needs this firmware, I'd gladly mail you a complete disc, I know that trying to convert to an iso if you don't have nero is one uninviting task.
     
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    greg_t Well-Known Member

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    Keep an occasional eye on the link to the avs forum that I sent you, when the 259 firmware becomes available, that's where you'll see it first.
     
  6. Dave Miller

    Dave Miller Well-Known Member

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    Ok, so I just burn this nrg file onto a cd and then stick that into my rp91? Or is there something else?

    Peace,

    DM
     
  7. greg_t

    greg_t Well-Known Member

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    I can't remember for sure if it is an .nrg file, but if it is, once you have it on CD, put it in the player. It will come up to a screen and tell you that it is checking to see if the player needs the update. It will then tell you if it does or not and will let you choose to continue or exit, I believe. The update takes maybe 5-10 minutes and will "reboot" the player when finished. This will set all of your settings back to factory default.
     

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