Sometimes, Promethean Technical Support will recommend a firmware update to remedy certain ActivBoard issues. This video will show you how to do that.
1038 - ActivBoard 100 and 300 series firmware upgrade instructions This guide assumes you are using a USB connection and the latest version of ActivDriver. The firmware upgrade should only be carried out on the advice of Promethean Technical Customer
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· If you’re going that route, did you upgrade the firmware to the most recent version plus the unsupported driver? As a general rule, we won’t allow the compromised driver for production (no just Promethean). Ironically only the Promethean boards have had this issue as far as we’re aware, and that’s why we opted instead for replacing them.
· On the Dashboard, click on Configure (on the left side) and then on Check For Updates (on the right). If there is no update, a box will come up saying something such as, "The update check was successful. You currently have the latest version." In this case, you can stop, because you're OK. Otherwise, keep reading.
Check which version of the firmware your Headrush Pedalboard & Gigboard is on.
To Check BIOS or UEFI Firmware Version in System Information 1 Press the Win + R keys to open Run, type msinfo32 into Run, and click/tap on OK to open System Information. 2 In the right pane of System Summary in System Information, see what the BIOS Version/Date item shows for your version (ex: "P3.40"). (see screenshot below)
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Prior to CMC FW 3.2 you can get the BIOS and CPLD version on the blades by using the “-b” and “-c” on the “getversion” racadm command. racadm getversion –b. racadm getversion –c. With CMC FW 3.2 or higher you can use the “-l” option to get the USC, DIAG, NIC, and RAID Controller FW versions on the blades. racadm getversion –l
I wasn't aware that you could read firmware already on the board with arduino ide. I have mine all set up and ready to go to write to the board, I just haven't pulled the trigger yet because I want to try to grab some of the old values first. How would I go about pulling the old configuration.h off the board in arduino ide? I'll download pronterface now and give that a shot. Also tried m501 ...
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