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FVP-4000t error E010

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    Nics

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    Hi bought this Humax FVP-4000t on the off chance that it was a matter of upgrading software but its stuck on updating screen and wont turn on to let me into menu just red light is there anyway of getting it to turn on so I can get it to the menu. Had a good go of trying but I think its beyond repair hoping somepone might know a method of getting it started again Thanks in advance
    Below is the screen shown

    Current ver...............................New Version
    Software UKTFAE 1.02.13...................Unknown
    Sys ID 90107D31..........................Unknown
    Load ver UKTFAE 1.05.....................Unknown

    The system recovery is in progress due to serious problems
    Do not turn off the system

    | Sat 10 Oct 2020 17:04:49 #1 |
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    Anybody any thoughts? Thank you

    | Mon 12 Oct 2020 20:02:01 #2 |
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    Nics - 22 mins ago  » 
    Anybody any thoughts? Thank you

    Without loader software the box cannot even start to boot. you cannot even update the software.

    | Mon 12 Oct 2020 20:27:26 #3 |
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    Nics - 4 hours ago  » 
    Anybody any thoughts?

    At a guess the flash RAM where the firmware is stored has either failed or been massively corrupted. I don't think anything other than a new motherboard will help.

    | Tue 13 Oct 2020 0:09:33 #4 |
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    You could be right. The search I did the other day suggested that the error code could be due to a corrupt firmware installation. Can't think of an obvious way to recover from that.

    | Tue 13 Oct 2020 15:49:32 #5 |
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    Thanks everybody

    | Tue 13 Oct 2020 18:21:46 #6 |

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