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Topic # 8727 25-Jul-2006 19:24
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When I check for a firmwre update the following pops up:

Update Available
An updated version of firmware is available for your Access Point

Model:
F5D7230-4 54g Wireless Router

Firmware Version Information:
Belkin Wireless Router Version : 6.00.03
Release Date : 02/28/2005
Image location :http://networking.belkin.com/update/files/usa/v3/F5D7230_6.00.03.rar


If you wish to update the firmware in your Access Point, click 'Download NOW' below to get the file. Save the file to a folder on your computer where you can find it later. Browse to the file from the 'Firmware Update' page. Select the file, then click 'Update'.

Click here for full instructions
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Download Firmware NOW

On the previous page it says I have "Firmware Version 6.00.14". So according to the firmware version, I have a later firmware so why is it telling me to update? When I try and install the downloaded firmware, it says I already have the latest version.

If I turn on "auto-update firmware" I keep on getting the update page (above) and can't get past it.

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Reply # 42441 25-Jul-2006 19:42
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Interesting... My router is the same model, and I am running firmware version 4.03.03 and it doesn't tell me there's an update available. I am not looking for one either - I only recommend an update if there's a problem that you know it's fixed, or a vast improvement in speed.







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  Reply # 42442 25-Jul-2006 20:07
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Yep "Don't fix it if it's not broken". I've learnt that the hard way... several times :P

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 42445 25-Jul-2006 20:34
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I have just bought mine and have observed exactly the same problem. Have you just bought yours? . I always like to start with all updates installed so will be interested in what you find out. Cheers, George



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  Reply # 42540 26-Jul-2006 16:45
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I bought mine on the 23rd this month.

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