Hyperx solocast firmware update
Firmware software not finding controller.
2023.06.01 17:01 VandalHeart383 Firmware software not finding controller.
My PC finds my hitbox as an Xbox controller.
Joy.cpl finds it as "Controller (Magic-S Pro2)".
Holding home and share when plugging it in makes a window popup that has 1 file in it: firmware.bin.
Hitbox firmware software doesn't find and auto-start update the way the manual describes.
I'm losing my mind here cause all I wanna do it have it updated and ready for Street Fighter 6 tomorrow.
Why doesn't the software find my controller?
Yes, it works. I plug it into a PS5 and it functions (on PS4 games).
If someone experienced this issue and has resolved it, please help 🙏. Thanks.
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2023.06.01 16:53 blueboltf1 Thank goodness for the USB-C Software Update Process
2023.06.01 16:46 Gmoyle AYI Mower Alternative Apps/Firmware
I probably shouldn’t even be asking these questions. I have had the AYI mower for about 10 months. I live up in the Puget sound area and Edward has been running nearly completely hands off save for the rare instance. Been really pleased.
But I am the guy who cannot leave well enough alone.
This mower is so off brand I have not seen any firmware updates or software updates since I purchased.
Has anyone dug into these machines to see if they will run alternative firmware? Will any alternative apps manage it? I would love cool features like mileage tracking or??
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2023.06.01 16:37 Fatal_Neurology Remanufactured ink cartridges: the best strategy to stick it to anti-consumer printer companies that you didn't realize was the way
When I got absolutely fed up with my Canon Pixma inkjet printer seemingly never working and always needing new ink cartridges on every rare occasion I ever found myself needing to print something, I went all in trying to figure out how to end the bullshit cycle.
People usually point to Brother printers, but I was extremely disturbed to encounter this thread about a Brother firmware update preventing the printer from using third-party ink.
People often also turn to laserjet printers, but none of the laserjet printers I was interested in would fit in the cabinet I was keeping my printer in. I was about to order a Lexmark laserjet printer anyway, when I was immensely disturbed by this packaging on the toner cartridges somebody on Amazon shared.
I suspected Xerox's clone of the Lexmark printer, the C235, would be similar. I eventually gave up and just ordered some relatively inexpensive remanufactured Pixma ink cartridges by Staples, and accepted that $37 was the annual operating cost of an inkjet (not really a big deal, and perhaps even appropriate in the grand scheme of things). I also took a moment to enjoy watching this video
that an printers
user had linked in one of the many angsty threads here.
But then I went and actually looked up the SCOTUS decision of Impression Products vs Lexmark
. Impression Products had been remanufacturing Lexmark ink cartridges, topping them off with ink and making sure the heads were in good working order, etc, and selling these cartridges to the public at a discount to what Lexmark was charging for the same functional product. Impression Products won
their case with Lexmark, and I realized that this court decision was likely why
I was able to order Staples-remanufactured ink cartridges for my Pixma at a discount below the Canon-branded cartridges. It further occurred to me that this could be really broadly significant as a consumer to sidestep being exploited by the current state of the printer industry.
Everyone is struggling to answer the question of what printer company fucks over its consumers the least, a framing that likely reflects the consumer's immediate dilemma of 'which printer can initially I buy to most avoid getting screwed over'. The answer to the general sentiment may not actually be any particular printer brand or model, but rather the practice of purchasing remanufactured ink cartridges afterwards, as well as the recycling of used ink cartridges to third parties. Purchasing and third-party recycling ink cartridges wholly averts the entire business model printer manufacturers seem to be predicated on that we get so frustrated by as consumers. Doing this forces to them to compete on the merit of the printers themselves, and pressures ink cartridge prices downwards closer to their actual manufacturing cost. It also develops the third party industry surrounding printers, who can go on to file class-action right-to-repair lawsuits against printer companies engaging in practices such as blocking third-party remanufactured cartridges through the use of firmware (litigation that may not happen from dispersed consumers).
tl;dr: it may not be a matter of figuring out which printer company is the least awful as you're initially trying to shop for a printer that doesn't screw you over, but rather it's the practice of buying remanufactured ink after you purchase your printer and recycling used printer cartridges with third-parties
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2023.06.01 16:36 wcp123 Print belt slipping?
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I have a prusa MK3S+ that's been working perfectly for over a year without much manitanance, as you can see from the image it look like the belt might be slipping? On both the X and Y axis. submitted by wcp123 to 3Dprinting [link] [comments]
Things I've checked: - Belts seem tight - Teeth on belt seem fine - Teeth on servo seem fine - Calibrated XYZ - Updated firmware
I'm not sure what to do next, any suggestions would be appreciated!
2023.06.01 16:31 polypancake Looking to replace my huawei p30 pro. I want a phone with very good battery life, consumer friendly, and is built to last.
So as the title says, I have a P30 Pro. It is great, except that the company sucks and locks the bootloader, so when they decide to stop providing software and security updates (which will happen soon), I am stuck. This is my first and last huawei device I will buy. Apparently they no longer allow anyone to unlock the bootloader anymore to install other firmwares. I no longer want to keep buying new phones only to have them become environmentally wasteful paper weights simply because the company that sells them has implemented planned obsolescence. If the phone stops getting official support, I want to have the option to install open android or phone linux, but I need a phone of similar quality and performance to what I currently have. Does anyone have any recommendations? I want to buy something of high quality, has a large battery with quick charging, and will last as long as possible and respects consumer right to repair and modify. Is something like this even in existence? I thought about Fairphone but I think the specs suck.
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2023.06.01 16:14 FukoPup Issue with the T150 wheel.
Hello, i got my wheel today. However at first my PC did recognize it, it was doing the calibrations and everything. Then i tried to update the firmware and get an error. So i went to the support page and did everything step by step. Loaded the wheel in bootloader mode by pressing L3 and R3, however now my PC only recognizes it as "T150 Bootloader", and the firmware software doesnt recognize it at all. So i cant even update it, i need help as right now i cant use the wheel at all.
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2023.06.01 16:13 Schmidtis_Blog Huawei Mate 50 Pro bekommt Mai 2023 Firmware Update [184.108.40.206]
2023.06.01 16:08 jirik-656 Nux Update Sfotware
I just updated my NUX Time Core Deluxe with firmware from the official site.
- How can I understand what changed?
- Where else can I find update software?
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2023.06.01 16:06 tis_orangeh Questions about meter
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As far as I can tell with what I’ve been able to find online, the 08 is power I have used from the grid. submitted by tis_orangeh to solar [link] [comments]
07 is either: 1. How much my solar panels have produced 2. How much I have sent back to the grid.
The Solar Edge app says that I’m consuming 100% of what I make, which I don’t think is right. I don’t have a battery.
My installer came out and did a firmware update that allowed the solar edge app to start updating. I still don’t think it is reporting correctly, but they want to charge $600 to hardwire it and that’s a hard no from me. If it needs a hardwire I’ll do it.
Do you think it is the solar edge app acting up or am I reading the meter wrong? Just trying to figure out how much I’m using versus sending to the grid.
2023.06.01 15:55 Fr1day__ Tab Ultra C new (beta) Firmware even worse
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I really can only warn people from buying the tab ultra c for note taking and reading, right now. It was shipped with really annoying firmware bugs, like that the first stroke in the note app is not visible or that the neoreader base value of "vivid enchantement" is way way to high (you can't go below 0). (see my other post, as I couldn't upload a video and pictures in one post) With the new firmware update the eraser is almost useless unless you have a lot of time - which I do not have while working with the device. submitted by Fr1day__ to Onyx_Boox [link] [comments]
In the video on the left is a Boox note air 2 and on the right is a Boox tab ultra c. I used the original pro pen 2 and the Amazon Kindle scribe pen pro.
For now, the device is very useless in many ways. Only if you like to surf etc it's some kind of good - but for 700€?!?
2023.06.01 15:51 laurain33 I need firmware file
I'm looking for the latest carrier unlocked firmware update for e8372h-320 in advance of using these device in some upcoming travel. Where can I find these firmwares, complete with update tools and instructions?
Many thanks for your consideration.
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2023.06.01 15:51 cdoublejj Update from Dell on USB-C Dock situation(s)
Below is the update we got from engineering. Please review and let me know if you have any questions.
Dell engineering team has provided an approved workaround to help mitigate, in most cases resolve, most short-term video loss with external monitors connected to your Dell docking station. This workaround involves a registry key designed to disable the Display Stream Compression (DSC) function which is used to increase the maximum available video bandwidth. Disabling DSC may have some negative impact to high-end, end user environments that are running 3 or more displays with higher resolutions or refresh rates such as 4k and above. We understand that having the full capabilities available for your hardware is important which is why we are positioning this registry key as a short-term workaround while we continue to work on a final solution that will hopefully make disabling DSC unnecessary. Please see the keys below that will be required. Alternatively, creating a .reg file will automate adding the registry keys. Just open notepad and copy the highlighted text into it, then save as "Disable_MSTDSC.reg". Execute the file on systems needing the change.
Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
The driver does not check the registry key at installation so future driver releases will not overwrite the key so unless otherwise implemented, the setting will be persistent. Should the issue persist after applying the registry key and restarting your system: Check your cables. Confirm that your cables are properly connected and securely plugged in. Loose connections can cause intermittent blanking. Outdated drivers can cause compatibility issues and intermittent blanking. Ensure you are on the latest graphics driver for the attached device and dock model. Check the Drivers & Downloads page from the Support Site for the monitor model for any recent firmware updates. Contact REC for any questions or concerns. Going Forward: Our engineering teams, along with our internal and external partners, are dedicated to providing a final solution to this issue and will continue to work towards that goal. We are happy to continue working with you and providing scheduled updates on the status of the investigation as we work towards the final solution. As an option, should you choose, we may archive your case for the time being and provide you with documentation on how to set up email subscriptions for driver, firmware, and BIOS updates through our support site. We can also send you an update directly once the solution is available. Please feel free to contact us should you have any questions or concerns.
Though my issue lately has been when people come in, in the morning and hook up. One thing i found was one user was just closing the lid and putting it in the bag. another thing i found, is people were doing the power cycle like me and i found out that I was not being patient. if you plug in a powered off laptop and don't touch anything it will come up on it's own in like two minutes, which feels slow.
First post: https://www.reddit.com/sysadmin/comments/11xhfxw/so_dell_support_wants_to_rma_all_72_docking/
Second post: https://www.reddit.com/sysadmin/comments/126mwkj/follow_up_for_those_with_dell_dock_issues_are_you/
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2023.06.01 15:48 Schmidtis_Blog Huawei Nova 9 bekommt Mai 2023 Firmware Update [220.127.116.119]
2023.06.01 15:36 cry5t41 New user of 2X S
Hi, just unpacked 2X S- so far updating firmware. I am on the 2.06 - is it normal that sending update taking too much time?
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2023.06.01 15:28 Temporary-Werewolf38 mazda connect firmware
hey guys! I'd like to update the mazda connect firmware of my mazda CX-3 to the latest EU-firmware, is could anyone provide the update-file to me?
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2023.06.01 15:20 LGN_22 Manta E3EZ HDMI Output in Klipper?
I bought the board with EZ2209 steppers and the CB1 board to update an original CR-10. I followed the install for Klipper on the CB1 in the E3EZ manual (seemed to be somewhat outdated based on screenshots):
- Downloaded the most current CB1 image (2.3.2) from Github
- Used Balena Etcher to image a 8GB blank SD card
- Modified & saved the system.cfg file for my wifi data
- Inserted the card into the side SD card port by the HDMI port, it generated an IP address
- Used Mobaxterm to SSH into the board via that IP, logged into the CBi as Biqu/Biqu
- Typed cd ~/klippe then make menuconfig
- The only change I had to make on the menuconfig screen was to change bootloader offset from blank to 8KiB bootloader, quit & saved OK
- Ran "make" to compile firmware. Here's where the manual is different. I did not have a "home/pi/klippeout" folder, but found the klipper.bin file in the klippeout folder.
- I renamed the file to firmware.bin and put it in the root of the SD card.
- I typed ls /dev/serial/by-id/ and it returned a long string of characters that seemed to be what was expected.
- I then copied & pasted make flash FLASH_DEVICE=/dev/serial/by-id/(my string of characters)-if00
- It compiled and gave the expected DFU error that the manual said to ignore.
- I could then access the board via a browser. Here is another difference, the manual shows using fluidd, while the image I used had Mainsail. I found and edited the latest E3EZ config file by putting my MCU string of characters in it.
- I uploaded this as "printer.cfg" and was then able to configure the machine.
- I installed all available updates from Klipper.
I eventually got it to come up w/o any errors. The ongoing issue here is I have no HDMI output from the board. The display powers up and says no input detected. Here's what I have & what I've done:
The display is a "UPERFECT Touchscreen Monitor 7 Inch Portable USB Monitor Raspberry Pi Touch Screen IPS Display Computer Screen 1024X600" it has a header for a ribbon HDMI cable as well as a full size HDMI port. It's powered via a micro USB cable from the Manta. I'm using the HDMI header and ribbon cable.
The only micro HDMI cable I have is the ribbon one, so I have no testing alternatives there.
I connected the display to my laptop's HDMI port via a regular cable and it displayed fine, the touchscreen works as well.
In Klipper, I don't see any HDMI options, but I'm new to the software. Not sure if that's where I should look since this may be a firmware issue for the board. Any help or advice is appreciated.
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2023.06.01 15:11 kurmudgeon Why is it so hard to simply get a BIOS update for my NAS from QNAP support?
Many of use with consumer QNAP devices know that QNAP never posts BIOS updates for our devices. However, there are BIOS updates available as I have been able to get one a few years ago to fix a security vulnerability.
Now, my NAS is beyond the support window but it still works just fine. I submitted a help desk ticket to QNAP to get the final BIOS update for my NAS just to be sure that it has the best hardware compatibility it can have going forward, should I replace any components myself.
Nearly any other manufacturer of a computer with a BIOS will gladly provide BIOS updates by providing a very simple link you click to update the BIOS update file. Not QNAP. For some damn reason they hold their BIOS updates so close to the chest you'd think you were asking them for their first born child. Not only do I have to actually submit a help desk request, but I also have to provide the device serial number (not relevant), current firmware (not relevant), device model (relevant), reason for the BIOS update request, etc. Then you play the waiting game.
After at least 24 hours, you get a response:
We do not typically provide a BIOS update unless it's for a security reason. What is the current BIOS version you are on, and is there any specific compatibility you are trying to look for?
That's none of your damn business! I'm your customer, I'm simply asking for a BIOS update to a product I purchased from you. Give me the update! Why do you not provide BIOS updates? What possible reason could you have for keeping something from consumers that can improve vulnerability protection to the hardware of the device you sell?
There are many reasons I chose a QNAP to begin with: simplicity, cost effectiveness, compact design, simple expandability, etc.
However, the negatives for QNAP far outweigh the positives: buggy firmware, poor security, poor security user recommendations, bloated user interface, expensive expansion options, and now, being a pain in the ass just to get a BIOS update for my device.
I'll stick with this device for the time being, as I said, it is working fine. But this is my last QNAP device. I will be building my own NAS next time and not dealing with any of the bullshit I get from QNAP.
Why is it like pulling teeth just getting a simple BIOS update from QNAP? Why is this company so difficult to work with when it comes to support issues?
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2023.06.01 15:09 Tpo17 Naga Pro Wireless -- Scroll Wheel Issues
I purchased the Naga Pro Wireless about 6 months ago. Upon unboxing it the scroll wheel felt a little loose but nothing crazy so I didn't really mind much. 6 months later the wheel is a bit more loose and now I cannot scroll a webpage without it jumping and skipping up and down constantly.
I tried going through support on the website. I tried everything it asked of me. Different computer, clean it with compressed air, update firmware, update windows, wired to the pc. Nothing seemed to fix it. The only thing I have yet to do is reinstall the drivers however even after closing Synapse the issue persists. The chat support seemed useless as I was never connected to a human, just a bot. So I will have to call after work or tomorrow.
I am posting here to see if there is anything else I can do to fix it. Maybe tightening the wheel somehow? I can't imagine the encoder is worn out after only 6 months. But I can't think of anything else.
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2023.06.01 15:06 Pro4791 Any overdrive improvements updating firmware on M27Q P?
Have there been any changes specifically to the overdrive settings in newer updates? As hardware unboxed noted, For adaptive sync gaming, picture quality was a bit slow but could handle 60-170hz while balanced was really only good above 100hz and caused noticeable inverse ghosting at 60hz which I can confirm is the case with my monitor. I mainly play shooters where my fps is sitting at 167 (3fps below refresh rate for Gsync), but for those games with a hard frame cap of 60 or below I have to change the overdrive setting.
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2023.06.01 15:04 EliotsAtelier error sending to kindle
I've tried sending some books (I buy via kobo, then send to kindle) and while it used to work just fine before, now it's stopped and I'm stumped as to what's causing it.
I have the alternative email set up in preferences so it'll send from there, and while Calibre tells me the files've been sent, on that alternative email I get notifications of " There was a problem with the document(s) you sent to kindle" and no real explanation as to why, or a solution.
Everything is updated to latest firmware, they're all in compatible format, they're the right size - if I use an USB, i can load them just fine. But it's obnoxious and I'd rather be able to send them with a simple click than have to go dig up the device and hook it up to the PC every time.
Any idea what's causing it?
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