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Old 08-17-2005, 12:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
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hi all,ive got a targa home cinema system and its having a few probs,of which the latest firmware corrects(apparently).ive downloaded and unpacked the firmware and burnt it as an iso but it doesnt work,can any1 advise me on how to burn this properly,because it says you cant just burn it and im not sure on what the folder structure means.below is the readme file thats with the firmware:
nstructions for firmware update

1. Write the disc-image (Firmware_xx.iso) to a CD. Please take a look to the help of your burn software how to do this. Just writing the file to CD is not right!
2. The folder structure on the created disc shoud be /lg_dvd/firmware/upgrade/lg.
3. Put the CD into the homecinema-system.
4. The TV displays a message while reading the firmware.
5. The tray opens automatically.
6. Remove the CD from the drive.
7. Press the "Arrow Up" button on the remote control.
8. The tray of the device closes automatically and the update starts.
ATTENTION: DonĀ“t cancel the update progress!!
9. The device restarts automatically after approximately two minutes.
10. The backgound is displayed.
11. Now you have to do a factory reset:
12. Press the "Setup" Key on the remote control.
13. Select "Display" from the menu.
14. In the Menu "TV Aspect", select 16:9 as picture format and highlight it.
15. Enter the code " 1 3 9 7 1 3 9" and press "Enter"

any help appriciated ta very much

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Old 08-18-2005, 07:38 PM   #2 (permalink)
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The ISO file is a CDROM image. What the readme probably means, in regards to burning it properly, is that you do not want to simply burn the Firmware_xx.iso file to a CD. You want to restore the image of the Firmware_xx.iso file to a CD.

As far as how you do this, that all depends on the software you use for CDROM burning. If you are running Windows XP, you can get the ISO PowerToy and use it.


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Old 08-20-2005, 05:22 PM   #3 (permalink)
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brilliant!!!!ta muchly for your help.worked a treat.
cheers m8
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