[QUOTE=C0deKing;2093149]I can repair the EEPROM file you sent me or I can merge your before backup EEPROM into a firmware and then you will have to do a “full” firmware write using XSF at DOS. Do you want to try the repaired EEPROM file first. I suspect the factory config could be corrupted in this file.
[B]Edit:[/B] First try writing your before EEPROM file using LtnFlash and then reboot.[/QUOTE]
so…write FW LTn Flash --> reboot --> restore eeprom EEprom Utility??
i think that i try this combination…without effect, but i try again when i back from work.