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- Nov 12, 2020
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Hello, I have succesfully upgraded the optical sensor but I fail to upgrade the controler.I get a message that it is locked or a message that-cannot load firmware from resource!That was me with the private message most likely
Just wanted to understand your question better, but now it's clear that you are looking forward to upgrading your OS rather than scatt-software.
Rest assured, SCATT USB works perfectly fine with newer OS versions like Windows 10
However, it would be a good, tactical choice to make sure that your firmware is up to date before moving Operaing Systems, as firmware updates usually go smoother with older Windows versions. Here's a quick rundown:
First, close SCATT Pro program and all other programs, disconnect the trainer and download this program
There is one important detail about firmware updates - everything should be carried out one device at a time.
Launch the firmware updater program - a blank window entitled "Plug in device to update" should appear.
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1) We recommend starting with the optical sensor. With the application window open, plug in just the sensor (nothing else) - it should detect the sensor (some text will show up) and enable the "Update" button in your bottom-left corner in case an update is available. Hit the Update button and wait for it to complete
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2) Then disconnect the sensor and connect just the target control box. Should look like this:
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Hit the "Update" button again if it's enabled
3) Disconnect your target control box. Proceed to connect the target frame to the target control unit and plug both back into your PC. Initiate an update once again so your target is all set too.
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After this is done, you can go ahead and forget about Windows 7 for good