September 26, 2020, 11:05am
I have a TP-Link Archer MR200
Firmware version : 0.9.1 1.2 v004a.0 Build 180502 Rel.53881n
Hardware version : Archer MR200 v1 00000001
I try to install OpenWrt firmware directly with the current firmware.
I have the following error message :
The uploaded file does not match the device's current hardware version.
I don't found this problem on the forum
Can anyone help me?
September 26, 2020, 11:08am
September 26, 2020, 1:53pm
thanks for the quick reply, but alas I don't have the skills to perform such a procedure.
I'll see if I can find a video on the internet that shows all of this in more detail!
I am under Windows 10. I am stuck from point 3!
September 26, 2020, 5:01pm
I need help for the point 3 and 4. How I do that ?
same for me, i dont understand that point... did you found the explenetion ?
A command example is given, do some leg work, Google
man dd, to understand what you're doing.
The cat command can in win be replaced by
copy /b a + b c, the /b is important
same issue here and I have no clues on how to copy 0x2000 bytes of something into something else and/or viceversa. Is there anyone did it before and could provide the final (working) result?
Many thanks in advance
THIS PAGE IS AN EXAMPLE, YOU MUST USE THE EXACT NUMBERS FROM THE INSTRUCTIONS YOU PROVIDED IN (IN HEX - more info below on what this word means). POST # 3
This example shows how to count 512 bytes and cut using a Windows GUI Hex Editor Program. I believe the OP also figured a method by himself in the thread (I don't recall).
I advise seeking assistance from someone who does if you are clueless as to what this is.
Count in hexadecimal - see:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hexadecimal; or Know how to use the hexadecimal setting of a Scientific Calculator (as opposed to decimal); or
Be able to understand a GUI Hex Editor
BTW 0x2000 bytes == 8192 bytes