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Thread: b75 Boot Full Upgrade Kit for pansat 2700

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    b75 Boot Full Upgrade Kit for pansat 2700

    WARNING: USE AT YOUR OWN RISK!! We are not responsible if you screw up your receiver. Read all instructions!!

    Here are the files to upgrade your receiver to b75 Boot File.
    These files include latest Bl Bin b75_200 and Factory Bin 115 (Not b75)

    Caution: Please be advised
    B75 Boot File MUST BE installed before loading latest Bin b75_200 and there after.
    Use GTROM Loader v27.02 to flash Bin 200 and all subsequent Bl Bins
    Use GTRom Loader v27.02 to flash Factory Bin 120 and all subsequent Factory Bins
    If flash process ends in Night Ryder Lights, flash a Bl Bin released prior to March 10th.

    The Zip Files contain the following required to upgrade STB with b75 Boot File
    Pansat 2700 Factory Bin 115 (Not b75)
    GTRom Loader v27.02 released by Pansat USA
    Pansat 2700 b75 Boot File
    Bl Bin b75_200
    Pansat 2700 Factory Bin b75_120
    Pansat 2700 b75 Boot Upgrade Instructions

    Procedure for upgrading 2700 to b-75 Boot File
    1. Flash receiver with Factory Bin 115 using Loader 27.01
    2. Do a Factory Setting in menu and reapply your parameters under Antenna Setup.
    3. Flash b-75 Boot File using GTRom Loader 27.02
    4. Flash latest Bl Bin b75_200 using Loader 27.02

    Additional notes on how to Flash Boot File
    1. Start up new GTRom loader v27.02
    2. Select the file 2700A(b75)_(07)0310.bin (BOOT FILE ONLY)
    3. Power the receiver ON from rear and start the download. The front display will show B75 moving across if successful when finished.
    4. Open the file X87_BL_070311_B75_200_API.bin and select API file on the loader. The STB should say B75 and then switch to "ON" when completed.

    Note: If after flashing Bl Bin 200, the STB starts acting weird (Rebooting), flash Factory Bin 120 (b75).
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