MSBN update puzzle...

Discussion in 'Broadband Hardware' started by Rob Pelletier, Aug 17, 2004.

  1. Whenever I log on to my local network with my laptop (Win XP Home SP1), I
    get a rather annoying error that a critical update for the broadband
    hardware needs to be installed. However, this needs to be done from a
    wire-connected system (not wireless) so I installed the management software
    on my new desktop (WIN XP Pro SP1a) and when I try to automatically download
    the update, it says there are none.

    When I try to manually download an update from the MS site, I can't even
    find any entries for this unit. (It's an MN-500).

    What suggestions does anyone have?


    Thanks.


    Rob Pelletier
     
    Rob Pelletier, Aug 17, 2004
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    Jason Tsang Guest

    Jason Tsang, Aug 17, 2004
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  3. Thanks.

    I found out after posting that the update being pushed was to the management
    software, not the broadband unit's firmaware.

    Since I installed the management software on the other computer from a new
    download, it appeared on the one system that no upgrades were available, yet
    on the other the upgrade was constantly being urged.

    Anyway, this stuff isn't silly-bugger-proof, I guess...

    Thanks again for your reply.


    Rob p.
     
    Rob Pelletier, Aug 18, 2004
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    GlennW Guest

    I have an interesting problem - when I run the upgrade install, it detects
    my basestation but refuses to detect my 720 card. Is there any separate
    release of the 720 driver (and/or firmware) which I can download to upgrade
    the 720?
     
    GlennW, Aug 23, 2004
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    CS Guest

    You probably don't want to upgrade the driver for your MN 720 anyway. Some
    of us have upgraded to the new driver for the MN 720 and experienced a
    degradation of signal and loss of connection. Your mileage may vary of
    course but just a heads up from someone who has gone through many ups and
    downs of troubleshooting the new driver for the MN 720.

    I wound up rolling back the driver to the previous version and that restored
    signal strength and connection ability. Again, your mileage may vary.

    Regards.
     
    CS, Aug 23, 2004
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