Saluting you people!
I was trying to update the firmware of my Pioneer DVR-215 for quite some time… but it kept writing “an error has occurred…” (not starting to actually update something).
OK, I’ve decided to try it under Windows XP safe mode. It started! The problem is… I can’t recall the exact names of the operations performing, but probably the program wrote “flashing 100%”, then another process has started (in the same window)… Whether it was erasing of something or something else (more likely)… you pros should know, what is it (reminding it’s a Pioneer official firmware).
The thing is the pc just suddenly went off during that operation! (after about 10 seconds)
I powered it back on, the number of a firmware is new now; I’ve tried to read a DVD+RW and write it, everything went smooth.
Tried to launch the updating program again in Normal mode, it says you have the version you are trying to update to…
So, my questions are:
- What was this operation exactly and how important it is, what happens when you interrupt it??
- If the new version is detected, does it mean that everything is fine?
- If I’m able to read/write DVD+RW (need some time to try other types) does it mean that everything is fine?
Thank you in advance.