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Offline PhillyFlyers

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Thanks Pinkus.  Grabbed output from UART, seems to fail when trying to delete this symbols.tte file:

** BEGIN ** ExtractFileFromCabFile: auxInstallStep.exe
** END   ** ExtractFileFromCabFile: auxInstallStep.exe: 43 ms
** BEGIN ** ProcessRecipeStep: \TEMP\{DDCB3794-591A-81FE-C17A-0BE1729F178D}\auxInstallStep.exe -v -s
=== Aux Step: -v -s ===
Skipped.
Deleting existing symbols.tte.old file.
Failed to moved symbols.tte.
ERR: 2
** END   ** ProcessRecipeStep: \TEMP\{DDCB3794-591A-81FE-C17A-0BE1729F178D}\auxInstallStep.exe -v -s: 30 ms

I can't manually delete it either, located at \Secure\infiniivision

'del symbols.tte.old'
'Cannot remove symbols.tte.old'

Update

Was able to rename the file, looks like FW update is proceeding:

'rename symbols.tte.old symbols.tte.old2'

Update 2

Unlocked:


Nice, that's a good find!!  I wonder if this is an unexpected firmware bug, or some 'artifact' that is added because of the 'patched' functions... interesting... I've restored the links for 3000T and 4000X, as doing this will probably fix the install issues the others were having with 3000T and 4000X..

if this issue stays in future firmwares, maybe need a pre-install step added to the recipe.xml to automatically do that 'rename' of that file as you showed..
 

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Thanks Pinkus.  Grabbed output from UART, seems to fail when trying to delete this symbols.tte file:

** BEGIN ** ExtractFileFromCabFile: auxInstallStep.exe
** END   ** ExtractFileFromCabFile: auxInstallStep.exe: 43 ms
** BEGIN ** ProcessRecipeStep: \TEMP\{DDCB3794-591A-81FE-C17A-0BE1729F178D}\auxInstallStep.exe -v -s
=== Aux Step: -v -s ===
Skipped.
Deleting existing symbols.tte.old file.
Failed to moved symbols.tte.
ERR: 2
** END   ** ProcessRecipeStep: \TEMP\{DDCB3794-591A-81FE-C17A-0BE1729F178D}\auxInstallStep.exe -v -s: 30 ms

I can't manually delete it either, located at \Secure\infiniivision

'del symbols.tte.old'
'Cannot remove symbols.tte.old'

Update

Was able to rename the file, looks like FW update is proceeding:

'rename symbols.tte.old symbols.tte.old2'

Update 2

Unlocked:
It looks like the auxInstallStep.exe in \TEMP\ stays forever until it successfully deletes the symbols.tte.old file.  After the failed attempt to install 7.40 patched on my 3000T, it does not install any other firmware, not even the factory unpatched file.

@Venturi962: Do you need LAN access to be able to rename the file or is it something that can be done with UART access?
 

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TK - I used Telnet over LAN (4000X) to do the file rename.  Not sure if it's possible via UART.
 
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TK - I used Telnet over LAN (4000X) to do the file rename.  Not sure if it's possible via UART.
I ordered the LAN adapter PCB to build one.  Thanks!
 

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Ok,

Here are the latest patched firmwares, for the 1000X, 2000X, 3000A, 3000T, 4000X......



These firmwares have the usual patches for the license check and the 'unreleased/unfinalized software' things


*** Note:  ***

I have made these installs even EASIER, after the upgrade completes the install process will also make a backup of the oem lnk file that it installs during the upgrade, and then attempt to copy 'infiniivision.lnk' from the same USB stick you are doing the upgrade with...

so in otherwords, have your 'infiniivision.lnk' file READY, and on the root of your USB drive along with the patched firmware upgrade!
(this replaces having to telnet into your scope after the upgrade and having to put the .lnk file back on)

The install script at the end does these two actions:

copy \Secure\Startup\infiniivision.lnk infiniivision.lnk.original  (backs up oem file being replaced)
copy \usb\infiniivision.lnk \Secure\Startup\infiniivision.lnk     (copies .lnk file from your USB to the startup folder)

So have these TWO files on your USB:

1) infiniivision.lnk
2) upgrade_file.ksx




*** NOTE:  FOR THE 1000X....  ************************************
      This is 'BUD's' patched firmware!!  All credit goes to him and the 1000x hacking folks!  there is NO .LNK file required for this patch, just install the FW!  I repeat, there is NO .lnk file required for the
      1000x hacking

DSOX 1000X Series:  FW:  01.20.2019061038_patched  https://mega.nz/file/nrpW3T4Z#gLnn__QchpYL5FuQXLawyso2_ReaXgn-jF4MzcRZSAA
md5: <8D128F5691BCB7D178CFB8E48F3784B9>

*************************************************************

DSOX 2000X Series:  FW:  02.65.20210307001_patched  https://mega.nz/file/mzgGjBpC#yLNWn8cGjJlsLeH_fVZ3tYyPZILYJ3EtGK8F84oEFw8
md5: <AF47DDB93F9CC88911ADC65F4E55F97D>

DSOX 3000A Series:  FW:  02.65.20210307001_patched  https://mega.nz/file/j3hEzbCa#4sYGoVawZt62XnoC3ZZvUAEyf575Q6o_-iYIr-whH4w
md5: <B5EBDEEA00BCBF4DCE77D173F212B8F6>

DSOX 3000T Series:  FW:  7.40.2021031200_patched  https://mega.nz/file/rz5UXbrL#FXRPSRjLlFN16amBWt_Si74-nS8OjW5xWZPLqmBeynU
md5: <C1AA8839085890FC058D27C501AF4F08>

DSOX 4000X Series:  FW:  7.40.2021031202_patched  https://mega.nz/file/nrxwAb6R#gNp4CCdwl_oyhAzxuJSI9OopUPjbmnu7fn8E8ejeGDg
md5: <7C30FD851FB6A4B461130D61FE9C0E0C>

Please let me know if there are any issues with any of these!
Excuse me, My oscilloscope model is dsox2012A .
According to your method, I first brush the firmware version 2.65 provided by you, and then brush the ink.
The ink file I use is:
160#\Secure\infiniiVision\infiniivisionLauncher.exe -l DIS -l MSO --perf -l MEMUP -l SCPIPS -l CABLE -l SGMC -l FLEXC -l TOM -l BW20 -l ADVMATH -l EMBD -l EDK -l VID
After brushing the ink file, the oscilloscope  restart automatically. After the oscilloscope measurement interface pops up, an error  pop up:  “OS version is not correct.Please reload system firmware”.
Almost at the same time, the oscilloscope screen is black, and any key will not respond.
Every time the oscilloscope restarts, it's like this. How should I deal with it next? Thank you very much
 

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The link file you used is for 3000 series.
for 2000 use this one

146#infiniivisionLauncher.exe -l MSO -l WAVEGEN --perf -l D2000AUTB -l D2000GENB -l D2000BDLB -l BW10 -l BW20 -l SCPIPS -l PLUS -l VID -l CABLE -l ASV

 

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The link file you used is for 3000 series.
for 2000 use this one

146#infiniivisionLauncher.exe -l MSO -l WAVEGEN --perf -l D2000AUTB -l D2000GENB -l D2000BDLB -l BW10 -l BW20 -l SCPIPS -l PLUS -l VID -l CABLE -l ASV
thanks so much .
As the oscilloscope screen is in a black screen state, any key does not respond, I can not carry out any operation.
So I tried to modify the ink file through telnet. I opened the oscilloscope and connected the UART port on the motherboard,plug the homemade LAN card (without video) into the oscilloscope.
At the moment of power on, pause the oscilloscope to continue to start through UART, get the IP address(192.168.1.109) , IP address of my computer is configured as:192.168.1.1.
and then enter u-boot mode. After the operation is completed, I try to log in through Telnet, but I can't connect. I use my computer to connect directly through the network cable instead of through the router. If I use the homemade LAN card, do I have to go through the router?
 I write the wrong ink file, which leads to the start failure of the oscilloscope .In this case, can homemade LAN card still be used? Or only the original LAN card of Agilent can be telnet?
 

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At the moment of power on, pause the oscilloscope to continue to start through UART, get the IP address(192.168.1.109) , IP address of my computer is configured as:192.168.1.1.
and then enter u-boot mode. After the operation is completed, I try to log in through Telnet, but I can't connect. I use my computer to connect directly through the network cable instead of through the router. If I use the homemade LAN card, do I have to go through the router?
 I write the wrong ink file, which leads to the start failure of the oscilloscope .In this case, can homemade LAN card still be used? Or only the original LAN card of Agilent can be telnet?

Don't make the situation worse: it's better to use it via the router.  Are you able to ping the scope? No need to use an original card.
 

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At the moment of power on, pause the oscilloscope to continue to start through UART, get the IP address(192.168.1.109) , IP address of my computer is configured as:192.168.1.1.
and then enter u-boot mode. After the operation is completed, I try to log in through Telnet, but I can't connect. I use my computer to connect directly through the network cable instead of through the router. If I use the homemade LAN card, do I have to go through the router?
 I write the wrong ink file, which leads to the start failure of the oscilloscope .In this case, can homemade LAN card still be used? Or only the original LAN card of Agilent can be telnet?

Don't make the situation worse: it's better to use it via the router.  Are you able to ping the scope? No need to use an original card.

I can't Ping this oscilloscope.
My network cable is direct connection network cable, not cross network cable. I don't have cross network cable, so I can't test it
 

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My network cable is direct connection network cable, not cross network cable. I don't have cross network cable, so I can't test it

Then you should connect via router/switch, just in case.
 

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My network cable is direct connection network cable, not cross network cable. I don't have cross network cable, so I can't test it

Then you should connect via router/switch, just in case.
I connected the oscilloscope through the router
When I use Ping or Telnet, UART receives a prompt: not UDP
What is the problem? Do I have any way to repair this oscilloscope?
 

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My network cable is direct connection network cable, not cross network cable. I don't have cross network cable, so I can't test it

Then you should connect via router/switch, just in case.
I connected the oscilloscope through the router
When I use Ping or Telnet, UART receives a prompt: not UDP
What is the problem? Do I have any way to repair this oscilloscope?
My guess is that it is trying to boot from a network server to download and flash a new firmware image
 

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My network cable is direct connection network cable, not cross network cable. I don't have cross network cable, so I can't test it

Then you should connect via router/switch, just in case.
I connected the oscilloscope through the router
When I use Ping or Telnet, UART receives a prompt: not UDP
What is the problem? Do I have any way to repair this oscilloscope?
My guess is that it is trying to boot from a network server to download and flash a new firmware image
yes ,I have succeeded. Download the firmware from the network, start it, and then fix the ink
thanks every one
 

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Hello,
Being new to the site, please be patient with me :-)

I have a DSOX4024A and I managed to unlock the options according to your messages, except the bandwidth which remains at 200 mhZ, even with the BW50 option.

Is it possible to unlock the BW apr soft or must it be done by Hard?

Thank you for your return

Jean-michel
 

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Hello,
Being new to the site, please be patient with me :-)

I have a DSOX4024A and I managed to unlock the options according to your messages, except the bandwidth which remains at 200 mhZ, even with the BW50 option.

Is it possible to unlock the BW apr soft or must it be done by Hard?

Thank you for your return

Jean-michel

200MHz cannot be upgraded to higher BW by software alone. Needs circuit modifications on all 4 front ends
100MHz->200MHz software only
350MHz->500MHz software only
 

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Many thanks

It’s difficult to modify ?

Jm
 

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Many thanks

It’s difficult to modify ?

Jm

yes it is in my view. I have never done it but TheSteve has implemented and posted full details on the forum . I dont have the link at hand.
I think it was for a 3000X but it should be the same for 4000X front end. Others may correct me.
 

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Ok,

Here are the latest patched firmwares, for the 1000X, 2000X, 3000A, 3000T, 4000X......



These firmwares have the usual patches for the license check and the 'unreleased/unfinalized software' things


*** Note:  ***

I have made these installs even EASIER, after the upgrade completes the install process will also make a backup of the oem lnk file that it installs during the upgrade, and then attempt to copy 'infiniivision.lnk' from the same USB stick you are doing the upgrade with...

so in otherwords, have your 'infiniivision.lnk' file READY, and on the root of your USB drive along with the patched firmware upgrade!
(this replaces having to telnet into your scope after the upgrade and having to put the .lnk file back on)

The install script at the end does these two actions:

copy \Secure\Startup\infiniivision.lnk infiniivision.lnk.original  (backs up oem file being replaced)
copy \usb\infiniivision.lnk \Secure\Startup\infiniivision.lnk     (copies .lnk file from your USB to the startup folder)

So have these TWO files on your USB:

1) infiniivision.lnk
2) upgrade_file.ksx




*** NOTE:  FOR THE 1000X....  ************************************
      This is 'BUD's' patched firmware!!  All credit goes to him and the 1000x hacking folks!  there is NO .LNK file required for this patch, just install the FW!  I repeat, there is NO .lnk file required for the
      1000x hacking

DSOX 1000X Series:  FW:  01.20.2019061038_patched  https://mega.nz/file/nrpW3T4Z#gLnn__QchpYL5FuQXLawyso2_ReaXgn-jF4MzcRZSAA
md5: <8D128F5691BCB7D178CFB8E48F3784B9>

*************************************************************

DSOX 2000X Series:  FW:  02.65.20210307001_patched  https://mega.nz/file/mzgGjBpC#yLNWn8cGjJlsLeH_fVZ3tYyPZILYJ3EtGK8F84oEFw8
md5: <AF47DDB93F9CC88911ADC65F4E55F97D>

DSOX 3000A Series:  FW:  02.65.20210307001_patched  https://mega.nz/file/j3hEzbCa#4sYGoVawZt62XnoC3ZZvUAEyf575Q6o_-iYIr-whH4w
md5: <B5EBDEEA00BCBF4DCE77D173F212B8F6>

DSOX 3000T Series:  FW:  7.40.2021031200_patched  https://mega.nz/file/rz5UXbrL#FXRPSRjLlFN16amBWt_Si74-nS8OjW5xWZPLqmBeynU
md5: <C1AA8839085890FC058D27C501AF4F08>

DSOX 4000X Series:  FW:  7.40.2021031202_patched  https://mega.nz/file/nrxwAb6R#gNp4CCdwl_oyhAzxuJSI9OopUPjbmnu7fn8E8ejeGDg
md5: <7C30FD851FB6A4B461130D61FE9C0E0C>

Please let me know if there are any issues with any of these!

good morning I have a dso 2002A I have read all the messages and I still do not know how to do it right I am afraid of blocking my oscilloscope
  I don't know where to get the files from
  1) infiniivision.lnk
2) upgrade_file.ksx
Could you help me, I am very clumsy with this programming thing, I am already an elderly person
thanks for your understanding and a greeting
 

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I tried the corresponding patch file on my DSOX3012T machine, it can be upgraded normally, but the option has not changed, I am sure the accuracy of the lnk file, and then I try to log in to the device via telnet, and find that the password is wrong, which prevents me from logging in to the device. It is estimated that this is why the upgrade is not successful, whether the machine has changed the telnet password and all subsequent file operations have not been completed

Ok,

Here are the latest patched firmwares, for the 1000X, 2000X, 3000A, 3000T, 4000X......



These firmwares have the usual patches for the license check and the 'unreleased/unfinalized software' things


*** Note:  ***

I have made these installs even EASIER, after the upgrade completes the install process will also make a backup of the oem lnk file that it installs during the upgrade, and then attempt to copy 'infiniivision.lnk' from the same USB stick you are doing the upgrade with...

so in otherwords, have your 'infiniivision.lnk' file READY, and on the root of your USB drive along with the patched firmware upgrade!
(this replaces having to telnet into your scope after the upgrade and having to put the .lnk file back on)

The install script at the end does these two actions:

copy \Secure\Startup\infiniivision.lnk infiniivision.lnk.original  (backs up oem file being replaced)
copy \usb\infiniivision.lnk \Secure\Startup\infiniivision.lnk     (copies .lnk file from your USB to the startup folder)

So have these TWO files on your USB:

1) infiniivision.lnk
2) upgrade_file.ksx




*** NOTE:  FOR THE 1000X....  ************************************
      This is 'BUD's' patched firmware!!  All credit goes to him and the 1000x hacking folks!  there is NO .LNK file required for this patch, just install the FW!  I repeat, there is NO .lnk file required for the
      1000x hacking

DSOX 1000X Series:  FW:  01.20.2019061038_patched  https://mega.nz/file/nrpW3T4Z#gLnn__QchpYL5FuQXLawyso2_ReaXgn-jF4MzcRZSAA
md5: <8D128F5691BCB7D178CFB8E48F3784B9>

*************************************************************

DSOX 2000X Series:  FW:  02.65.20210307001_patched  https://mega.nz/file/mzgGjBpC#yLNWn8cGjJlsLeH_fVZ3tYyPZILYJ3EtGK8F84oEFw8
md5: <AF47DDB93F9CC88911ADC65F4E55F97D>

DSOX 3000A Series:  FW:  02.65.20210307001_patched  https://mega.nz/file/j3hEzbCa#4sYGoVawZt62XnoC3ZZvUAEyf575Q6o_-iYIr-whH4w
md5: <B5EBDEEA00BCBF4DCE77D173F212B8F6>

DSOX 3000T Series:  FW:  7.40.2021031200_patched  https://mega.nz/file/rz5UXbrL#FXRPSRjLlFN16amBWt_Si74-nS8OjW5xWZPLqmBeynU
md5: <C1AA8839085890FC058D27C501AF4F08>

DSOX 4000X Series:  FW:  7.40.2021031202_patched  https://mega.nz/file/nrxwAb6R#gNp4CCdwl_oyhAzxuJSI9OopUPjbmnu7fn8E8ejeGDg
md5: <7C30FD851FB6A4B461130D61FE9C0E0C>

Please let me know if there are any issues with any of these!
 

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I tried the corresponding patch file on my DSOX3012T machine, it can be upgraded normally, but the option has not changed, I am sure the accuracy of the lnk file, and then I try to log in to the device via telnet, and find that the password is wrong, which prevents me from logging in to the device. It is estimated that this is why the upgrade is not successful, whether the machine has changed the telnet password and all subsequent file operations have not been completed

Ok,

Here are the latest patched firmwares, for the 1000X, 2000X, 3000A, 3000T, 4000X......



These firmwares have the usual patches for the license check and the 'unreleased/unfinalized software' things


*** Note:  ***

I have made these installs even EASIER, after the upgrade completes the install process will also make a backup of the oem lnk file that it installs during the upgrade, and then attempt to copy 'infiniivision.lnk' from the same USB stick you are doing the upgrade with...

so in otherwords, have your 'infiniivision.lnk' file READY, and on the root of your USB drive along with the patched firmware upgrade!
(this replaces having to telnet into your scope after the upgrade and having to put the .lnk file back on)

The install script at the end does these two actions:

copy \Secure\Startup\infiniivision.lnk infiniivision.lnk.original  (backs up oem file being replaced)
copy \usb\infiniivision.lnk \Secure\Startup\infiniivision.lnk     (copies .lnk file from your USB to the startup folder)

So have these TWO files on your USB:

1) infiniivision.lnk
2) upgrade_file.ksx




*** NOTE:  FOR THE 1000X....  ************************************
      This is 'BUD's' patched firmware!!  All credit goes to him and the 1000x hacking folks!  there is NO .LNK file required for this patch, just install the FW!  I repeat, there is NO .lnk file required for the
      1000x hacking

DSOX 1000X Series:  FW:  01.20.2019061038_patched  https://mega.nz/file/nrpW3T4Z#gLnn__QchpYL5FuQXLawyso2_ReaXgn-jF4MzcRZSAA
md5: <8D128F5691BCB7D178CFB8E48F3784B9>

*************************************************************

DSOX 2000X Series:  FW:  02.65.20210307001_patched  https://mega.nz/file/mzgGjBpC#yLNWn8cGjJlsLeH_fVZ3tYyPZILYJ3EtGK8F84oEFw8
md5: <AF47DDB93F9CC88911ADC65F4E55F97D>

DSOX 3000A Series:  FW:  02.65.20210307001_patched  https://mega.nz/file/j3hEzbCa#4sYGoVawZt62XnoC3ZZvUAEyf575Q6o_-iYIr-whH4w
md5: <B5EBDEEA00BCBF4DCE77D173F212B8F6>

DSOX 3000T Series:  FW:  7.40.2021031200_patched  https://mega.nz/file/rz5UXbrL#FXRPSRjLlFN16amBWt_Si74-nS8OjW5xWZPLqmBeynU
md5: <C1AA8839085890FC058D27C501AF4F08>

DSOX 4000X Series:  FW:  7.40.2021031202_patched  https://mega.nz/file/nrxwAb6R#gNp4CCdwl_oyhAzxuJSI9OopUPjbmnu7fn8E8ejeGDg
md5: <7C30FD851FB6A4B461130D61FE9C0E0C>

Please let me know if there are any issues with any of these!
Read post https://www.eevblog.com/forum/testgear/dsox2000-and-3000-series-licence-have-anyone-tried-to-hack-that-scope/msg3563584/#msg3563584
 

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Hi.
I have a corrupted firmware on a DSOX2024A.
It does not boot. I would need the 2.35 firmware to fix it.
I can not find it to dowload. If you have a link please?
 

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I tried the corresponding patch file on my DSOX3012T machine, it can be upgraded normally, but the option has not changed, I am sure the accuracy of the lnk file, and then I try to log in to the device via telnet, and find that the password is wrong, which prevents me from logging in to the device. It is estimated that this is why the upgrade is not successful, whether the machine has changed the telnet password and all subsequent file operations have not been completed


It seems like there is this 'lingering file' issue, for the 3000T series and 4000x series, in regards to the 'symbols.tte.old' file, as mentioned in the above post...

I have no idea if this is an install bug with this latest firmware, or if this is a new artifact that relates to scopes having patched firmware prior....


One thing that would be interesting to try, is for anyone wanting to patch their 3kT or 4k series scope, FIRST put the OEM firmware for this latest version on your scope, so it boots up on full OEM firmware..

then apply the patched firmware... but *BEWARE*, I think it's advisable at this point to NOT do this unless you have telnet access into your scope...so I'd only recommend someone trying this that is already familiar with getting into the scope via telnet, etc...
 

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Hi.
I have a corrupted firmware on a DSOX2024A.
It does not boot. I would need the 2.35 firmware to fix it.
I can not find it to dowload. If you have a link please?


Here ya go.....


https://mega.nz/file/rmgRWYYZ#lIcYsMwQusOA_VAWfyfLkgPDQDnKLVZr0i0C7VnP7NY

 
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Sorry but I was typing wrong. Was reading too much posts. :)
I need the 2.35 firmware for the DSO4024A. if you have it please?
« Last Edit: June 18, 2021, 10:29:58 pm by oaba »
 

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Sorry but I was typing wrong. Was reading too much posts. :)
I need the 2.35 firmware for the DSO4024A. if you have it please?

I'd be surprised if 2.35 existed for a 4000 series scope, and I assume you mean a DSOX4024A. I've never seen anything lower then 3.x for the 4000 series.
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