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    Trying to flash my nano2t wont read usb

    I have 3 sticks (come on) none are recognised at boot up but can be seen in the menus once ita booted, last hope this. Thxs abu for your help before. I have done the guides, fat32 etc wont ipdate

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    Use a MAX 8GB stick. Format it FAT32 using HPTool: https://www.world-of-satellite.com/s...ve-Format-Tool
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    Tried with 2 x 2gb fat32 and 1 x 4gb fat32 - nothing, all viewable when system booted up

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    Are you sure the folder structure is correct on USB stick?
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    It happens unfortunately. You’ll need to purchase a good quality 8gb usb flash drive, preferably a Kingston one. I do use HP without issues as well.


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    My 4gb is a kingston traveller - and structure is all the update folder copied to the usb stick

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    Taken from the flashing guide.....

    Flashing the Receiver.
    – Fully power the receiver down via the rear rocker switch.
    – Make sure no USB devices are plugged into the receiver at this point.
    – Insert the USB stick containing the image files into one of the USB ports on the receiver.
    – Power the receiver on.
    – When prompted via the receivers display press the CH- button on the front panel to initiate
    the flashing process.
    – If successful you will will be instructed to reboot the receiver and remove the USB stick via
    the receivers display / tv screen, only when you see this message is it safe to power the
    receiver down.
    The flashing process should take approximately two to four minutes to complete, while the receiver
    is being flashed it is vitally important that you DO NOT power the receiver down for any reason as
    this can cause serious and or permanent damage.

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    Done all that

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    …. so you're seeing the prompt to flash the receiver?

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    nothing, goes straight to booting, no prompt for update, tried front of unit and back

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    Dodgy usb flash drive if you ask me.


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    What 3 of them? Sony, lg, Kingston

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    Your nano isn't seeing the flash drive quickly enough to initiate the boot process, if one stick doesn't work then plenty of others probably won't either.

    It's just a matter of finding one that works ok.

    Maybe try leaving the box powered off at the mains for 10 minutes before trying again.

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    I’ Try it, nothing loose

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    I've had a lot of success formatting drives with Bootice by Pauly

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