Then it notices the USB stick again, and starts the whole process again from the beginning! Matt PS I wouldn't care, except that without the firmware update I can't use i Player...
)I've tried re-downloading the file, reformatting the USB stick, using a different USB stick, setting the TV back to factory settings...
I clicked software update on the TV and it indicated that a new update was available (version PKG2.085AAA), so I clicked to have it installed.
When I did this, there was no progress screen or anything else to indicate that it was doing anything.
I just installed my 48W600B and everything seems to work fine except...
The website for software updates indicates that an update to the system firmware is available.
I've now tried this with 4 different sticks, but get the same issue -- when the USB stick is inserted into the TV I see a message along the lines of 'No applicable firmware update found'.
However, using the TV's controls I can browse to that folder and can confirm that the binary file is present.
I followed the instructions on Sony's webpage for the update, and I triple checked it's for the correct model.Updating the firmware on a Sony Bravia LCD TV is essential to clearing up ongoing problems, enhancing current functionality and ensuring your Sony Bravia LCD TV maintains its top condition.For Sony Bravia LCD TVs, firmware upgrades correct a video auto-dimmer problem, improve menu navigation and repair several audio-related problems.Thus far I've tried one EMTEC and 3 PNY sticks of differing capacities to no avail, all formatted as FAT32.I did wonder if it was down to the fact that I'm using a Mac, but the fact that the TV can read the drives would suggest that this isn't the issue.I never got a message saying the update is finished.