Updating usb drives

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The most possible reason for this issue can be conflicts between other USB devices that users might have connected to the computer.

In order to resolve this issue, users should try removing other connected USB devices, restarting the computer, and then reconnecting only the target USB device to the computer, without connecting the other devices at all.

When prompted save to a location on your hard drive that you can easily access, like a temp directory. Go to the directory where you saved the file and unzip the file (typically you can do this by right clicking on the file and selecting “Extract”). Go into this directory and double click on the Pre Click yes and the old drivers are uninstalled automatically. Checking for USB Driver Installation Files If you have followed the steps outlined above but do not see the 3.2.0.0 under USB Drivers, you will need to check your system driver directories to confirm that the driver installation files are there. - Make sure your IFC200 is unplugged from your computer. - Make sure you are signed in with administrative privileges 1. You can copy and paste the files from the USB_Drivers_w_64 extracted folder into the correct directory.

Scroll down the page until you see the “Drivers for IFC200, IFC202, IFC300” and click on “Download USB Drivers” 3. If the old drivers are installed on the computer the install process may detect them and give a message that the old drivers where found and need to be remove. Go to ‘Help’ then ‘About’ and confirm that the USB Driver version says 3.2.0.0.

Note that this process will erase the contents of your USB drive, so make sure you’ve backed up any important files on the USB drive first.

From the “File System” dropdown menu, choose the “FAT32” format.

Update using a computer This update method can be used if your PS4™ system is not connected to the Internet.

Update using a disc Use an update file contained on a game disc to update the system.

Since Windows 8 is the latest operating system released by Microsoft, it is likely that it would support almost all USB devices that are connected to the computer.

However there might be cases when Windows 8 fails to detect certain USB devices when connected.

In these two cases, you MIGHT have the blue light shining from your IFC200 box, you need to go to ‘Help’ then ‘About’ to confirm the drivers are there.

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