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dipijoseph
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ESP00 Dante card degrade dante firmware

Hi,

We have ESP00 with one 16x16 ControlSpace ESP Dante™ network card (359843-0020) installed. by mistake I upgraded the firmware of this dante card to (Bose_DNC-R32_v2.0.0.0.dnt). Are there any possibility to degrade the firmware ? If yes, can anyone please let me now the steps to achieve it ?

Thank you,

Dipi Joseph

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ChrisJ-at-Bose
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Re: ESP00 Dante card degrade dante firmware

Hi Dipi,

In most cases, you should be able to overwrite the existing Dante card firmware. You can use fum.exe (in ProgramFiles (x86)\Bose\ControlSpace x.xx\Bin). Make sure to chose DNC-E firmware, and select 'override device matching'.

Best regards,

ChrisJ-at-Bose