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Can't upgrade Samsung Odyssey G7 '27 Firmware

(Topic created on: 11-06-2022 02:10 PM)
shaisoft
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Hi, I'm trying to update my monitor (C27G75TQSM) from M-TG700CCAA-1011.0 to M-TG700CCAA-1014.1 (Using M-TG700CCAA-1014.1.bin original file) on a freshly formatted FAT32 USB unbootable drive, it worked on the last firmware upgrade, but now nothing is seems to work! My exact Model is LC27G75TQSMXCH

BTW, when i try to find my product Model on the Samsung website, it seems LC27G75TQSMXCH does not exist! (Address https://www.samsung.com/ae/support/model/LC27G75TQSMXCH/ not found! only https://www.samsung.com/ae/support/model/LC27G75TQSMXUE/ exist, it seems something is wrong here.)

Thanks in advanced.

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Pugs1957
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shaisoft
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Thanks, but it is the exact same file.

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RedSilence
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same problem here! last time i updated it worked just fine but now it wont update no matter what i do

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RedSilence
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actually found a fix what i did is format the usb drive to NTFS and then shrink it to 4gb then it accepted the update file.

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shaisoft
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Wow! i will try it, thanks.

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shaisoft
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Nop, didn't worked for me 😞

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SquareOne14
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i would just send it back if you have any problems at all, the monitor will not survive more than a year or 2 anyways....

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Héphaïstos
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Hello got the same issue and fixed it formatting my drive with Rufus put FAT32 as file format, put only the bin file and it should do the trick.

 

 

 

Wheczshmatovich
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This one right here.

Saved my evening and will solve your problem if your USB-drive isn't faulty and you were just now using Windows Disk Management (or diskpart) with volume creating and formatting.

Kudos to @Héphaïstos!