[linux-audio-user] more on HDSP9652
mknecht at controlnet.com
Tue Sep 23 17:51:02 EDT 2003
> my two questions are hopefully simple - how do I do that?
You put the card in a Windows based (or maybe Mac based, I don't know)
computer and you run the firmware updater for the Rev 101 (65 hex) firmware.
It takes the card down to rev 101. This is available on the RME web site
> can I go back
> up later?
Yep. You run the Rev 104 (hex 68) updater to do that.
I've done this process 10 times anyway.
> (I imagine Thomas and company will have the drivers
> humming for
> the newer rev and that at that point it'd be a good idea to go
> back up - if
I would like to as I cannot get all the Windows based tools from RME for the
101 firmware revision.
> also, I know this has been explained three times in the last day to other
> people asking, but this is not actual "firmware" in the sense
> that it's some
> kind of flash happening to the hardware, right? I think the one post
> explained that we were actually calling this firmware erroneously...
Not in the HDSP 9652. In this case it really is firmware. I think in the
case of the DigiFace/MultiFace it is not except it's as good a term as any
so we continue to use it.
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