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Description Release Date Language Size (MB) Download File
User Manual (ver.1.0)
Apr 26, 2011 ENGLISH, SPANISH 52.64 pdf Email
User Manual (ver.1.0)
Apr 26, 2011 ENGLISH, FRENCH 44.47 pdf Email
Safety Guide (ver.1.0)
Apr 26, 2011 ENGLISH 0.39 pdf Email
Open Source Guide (ver.1.0)
Apr 26, 2011 ENGLISH 0.33 pdf Email
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This firmware will correct the following phenomenons some units may experience.

-. Intermittent Audio Drop-Out with HDMI connectionThe firmware will be updated to the following version.

-. HPT4034 : 1049 or 1004

-. HPT4254 : 1049 or 1004

-. HPT5034 : 1049 or 1010

-. HPT5054 : 1049 or 1010Please be sure to read the instruction before beginning the update process.

All Windows Apr 17, 2008 ENGLISH 12.67 exe

Firmware Update Instruction

All Windows Apr 20, 2008 ENGLISH 0.37 pdf DJVU

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