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    Post [Answered] Maximus AVR USB 1.2 isn't detected by pc?

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    Hello, I have a MAXIMUS AVR USB 1.2, I had it with hermes v3 installed, but I've intalled hermes v4, and now the pc doesn't recongize it at all.

    What should I do? Even the leds don't turn on.
    Best Answer - Posted by Field:

    Hi there,

    I've got the same device (well V1.0) so trying to remember. Once flashed, it's in 'flashed mode' or normal mode [ready for the console - it should light up red], and when inserted into PC, it's recognized as an usb hub.

    You'll need to enter into debug mode again. On Version 1, it was pressing one of the buttons and then (while first button still held) press and hold the second, release first to get into debug mode - therefore able to flash the Maximus device.

    Also I noticed that once I flashed the device, if I didn't 'Start Application' [on the FLIP software], the device was still in flash/debug mode and the LEDs wouldn't light up. I needed to get it out of flash/debug mode - if that makes sense.

    Also some hex file might not work for that device. The ones that Evilsperm compiled seem to work really well for my Maximus. Note that I was able to flash, erase, test many times without destroying the device. Err meaning that it doesn't seem to be like an Xbox360 DVD Rom, when flashing with the wrong firmware could brick the DVDRom, these devices seem to handle most hex files. Though choosing the correct one is better lol

    Hope this helps. In any case, try hermes v3 again. If that worked originally, then it should work again. Oh yes, I gather that updating is what you want, but it's at least a test to see if the v4 is faulty or corrupt or something else.

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    Hi there,

    I've got the same device (well V1.0) so trying to remember. Once flashed, it's in 'flashed mode' or normal mode [ready for the console - it should light up red], and when inserted into PC, it's recognized as an usb hub.

    You'll need to enter into debug mode again. On Version 1, it was pressing one of the buttons and then (while first button still held) press and hold the second, release first to get into debug mode - therefore able to flash the Maximus device.

    Also I noticed that once I flashed the device, if I didn't 'Start Application' [on the FLIP software], the device was still in flash/debug mode and the LEDs wouldn't light up. I needed to get it out of flash/debug mode - if that makes sense.

    Also some hex file might not work for that device. The ones that Evilsperm compiled seem to work really well for my Maximus. Note that I was able to flash, erase, test many times without destroying the device. Err meaning that it doesn't seem to be like an Xbox360 DVD Rom, when flashing with the wrong firmware could brick the DVDRom, these devices seem to handle most hex files. Though choosing the correct one is better lol

    Hope this helps. In any case, try hermes v3 again. If that worked originally, then it should work again. Oh yes, I gather that updating is what you want, but it's at least a test to see if the v4 is faulty or corrupt or something else.

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    Thanks for help! but I could fix it by pressing the button and inserting it into the usb while the button still held.

    Thanks anyway.

 

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