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I keep getting this pop-up error on my Geo-Filter? I'm puzzled as to what this means. Tried 30/30/30 hard reset, still no luck. Have latest fw (2.3.2.22), thinking about rolling back to .10 or quite possibly original default build that came with xr500.

 

I'm unable to ping any servers in my region, due to this erroneous pop up.

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What browser are you using? Try a different browser.

Routers should work with all browsers really though. They should not be browser specific. If they are there is an issue. Worth a try though.

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Sorry for the late response guys. I wiped the XR500 clean to it's factory fw and re-installed the latest 2.3.2.22. That seemed to work once I booted up a game of WW2.

 

Every firmware update from now on I'll just wipe the XR500 clean to prevent any conflicting boot errors in the config.

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Sorry for the late response guys. I wiped the XR500 clean to it's factory fw and re-installed the latest 2.3.2.22. That seemed to work once I booted up a game of WW2.

Every firmware update from now on I'll just wipe the XR500 clean to prevent any conflicting boot errors in the config.

You should not have to do this. When you say you wiped it clean back to factory firmware What do you mean by that? A factory reset it just clears the settings (and glitches) and leaves you on the current version of firmware, or did you reinstall the original initial firmware and then update? I’m just asking for clarity as you should not have to do this at all. What is the point of a auto firmware update if you have to factory reset every single time! It is a good way of sorting out issues like this, but issues like this should not be happening in the first place.

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I recommend saving off a new save config to file now that you have it running just in case. Keep this file for safe keeping.

I agree, factory reset shouldn't be needed everytime, however can be used in cases where you just can't seem to get things going right.

 

Sorry for the late response guys. I wiped the XR500 clean to it's factory fw and re-installed the latest 2.3.2.22. That seemed to work once I booted up a game of WW2.

Every firmware update from now on I'll just wipe the XR500 clean to prevent any conflicting boot errors in the config.

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