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Old 18 August 2006, 00:02   #1
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Question What flash update should I use for my DCE CSPPC ?

Just to be on the safe side...
I grabbed the flash update from the G-Rex support site, the G-REX CyberPCI Library V2.2 Flash update from HERE and according to the text inside:

Code:
How to install a new Firmware into the Flash
          for a Cyberstorm PPC,MK3 or Blizzard PPC

0) for a Blizzard PPC 040(SCSI/NOSCSI) use BlizzPPC040Update
   for a Blizzard PPC 060(SCSI/NOSCSI) use BlizzPPC060Update
   for a CyberstormPPC with a 128KB Flash use PPCUpdate
   for a CyberstormMK3 with a 128KB Flash use MK3Update

   for a *DCE* CyberstormPPC with a 512KB Flash use BigPPC040Update
   for a *DCE* CyberstormMK3 with a 512KB Flash use BigPPC060Update
so I need to flash the BigPPC040Update , right? I just wanna be sure, as I have a 060...
Thanx!
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Old 18 August 2006, 09:39   #2
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I'd rather use BigPPC060Update. 040 software does not work on a 060.

However, there is no BigPPC#?Update in this archive, so you cannot use it anyway. Try PPCUpdate instead.
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Old 18 August 2006, 10:15   #3
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hmmm... yes... no BigPPC#?Update ....
time to double post on .org to see what others have used...
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