|Post 1 made on Tuesday April 19, 2005 at 18:17|
Can anyone shed any light on this screwed up thing for me? No clock display Can't get it to do anything except when I first put power back to it it logs onto my net work, then I get a message that it can't log onto "boot.philips.com" Then it pulls up the pronto logo with the flowing "o". And there it sits. Can't even et it to go to the control part. I really don't care about the browser part but I need the remote. I've tried every type of reboot and manual settings. NOTHING works. Seems everyone has seen or heard of this after the firmware is updated. It still kills me that this thing is wireless only. Makes no sense from a installers side of thinking. Maybe i'll have to try this mmc card s%$^, however it sounds like no one else is having any luck there either. Thanks for your time, any help would really be appreciated.
|Post 2 made on Tuesday April 26, 2005 at 06:02 |
To recover from this situation take alook at the www.pronto.philips.com
web site and read the iPronto FAQ titled "iPronto Startup". Item 4 describes how to startup in a special Manual Configuration mode that allows pending firmware updates to be cancelled. It also allows network and Wi-Fi settings to be re-entered if they have become corrupted. (Actually this can be a painfully slow way of entering information and best avoided if possible!)
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