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Amazon 10-Port USB 3.0 Hub Firmware Update


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Got this error this time:

 

3 devices found:
(1)Depth1, V/PID = 2109/0812, FW Version = 9095
(2)Depth2, V/PID = 2109/0812, FW Version = 9084
(3)Depth2, V/PID = 2109/0812, FW Version = 9084
Please Check [HUBModule] setting
  !!!Error. Either the FW not found
  Or FW is incorrect for HUB chip version
!!!Error Device(3):=> Upgrade failed
Please Check [HUBModule] setting
  !!!Error. Either the FW not found
  Or FW is incorrect for HUB chip version
!!!Error Device(2):=> Upgrade failed
Please Check [HUBModule] setting
  !!!Error. Either the FW not found
  Or FW is incorrect for HUB chip version
!!!Error Device(1):=> Upgrade failed
 

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OK Got it to work by changing the depth too:

 

[HUBModule]
HUBNumber=3
NO.1HUBWantUpdateBinFile=812B2_9095.bin
NO.2HUBDepth=2
NO.2HUBConnectionPortIndex=3
NO.2HUBWantUpdateBinFile=812B2_9095.bin
NO.3HUBDepth=2
NO.3HUBConnectionPortIndex=2
NO.3HUBWantUpdateBinFile=812B2_9095.bin

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I decided against the 10 port and grabbed the smaller 4 or whatever it was, there an update for these as well?

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  • 2 months later...

I had to unplug all devices and power cycle the hub before it would update

 

3 devices found:
(1)Depth0, V/PID = 2109/0812, FW Version = 9095
(2)Depth1, V/PID = 2109/0812, FW Version = 9095
(3)Depth1, V/PID = 2109/0812, FW Version = 9095
ISP in device(3) is being upgraded.
Device(3): 812B2_9105.bin
   =>Upgrade successful
ISP in device(2) is being upgraded.
Device(2): 812B2_9105.bin
   =>Upgrade successful
ISP in device(1) is being upgraded.
Device(1): 812B2_9105.bin
   =>Upgrade successful

 

 

After Power Cycle

Via.jpg
 

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I managed to get it to survive a reboot after the update by doing the following (Windows 10 Pro x64)

before rebooting

 

running

uninstall.bat (dont think it works but did anyway)

 

deleted the following registry key

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\ControlSet001\Services\vl810filter

 

rename

C:\Windows\System32\drivers\vl810filter.sys

to

C:\Windows\System32\drivers\vl810filter.sys1

 

then after next reboot delete

C:\Windows\System32\drivers\vl810filter.sys1

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  • 6 months later...

I signed up just now to THANK YOU for the vl810fitler.sys tips.  Saved my ass after wasting FAR TOO MANY HOURS.

 

I've been banging my head against the keyboard trying to get a dual-port BC628 Gmyle USB 3.0 ExpressCard 34 adapter working properly in a Thinkpad T420 with Windows 7.  It just wouldn't allow my USB3 hubs to come up at SuperSpeed settings.  No amount of installing, disabling (and removing), rebooting and various other dances would get the ports to work at anything other than HighSpeed.  The Gmyle card is based on an Asmedia ASM-1042 (not 1042A) chipset. I've got the "Asmedia ASM-104x/107x Drivers Version 1.16.25.1 WHQL" version driver loaded for it.  You can find it on station-drivers.com:

 

http://www.station-drivers.com/index.php?option=com_remository&Itemid=353&func=fileinfo&id=1539&lang=en

 

One other issue, you may need to wander into the registry and remove the Upper Filter value that points to the vl810filter.sys file.  I ran into trouble with some USB ports not coming back to life after a reboot.  Showed the yellow exclamation mark and a Code 19 error.    Use the search function in RegEdit to find it and remove it.  Obviously, the usual warnings about regedit apply.

 

Steps I had to follow:

 

delete the vl10filter services key

rename the vl810filter.sys file

search the registry and remove any Upper Filter entries that contain vl810filter.sys

reboot

 

I can't recall exactly which search results led me here, but I'm DAMNED GRATEFUL!

 

Hopefully a few bits of text here will leave enough breadcrumbs for the search engines to help the next poor bastard trying to get this all working!

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  • 3 months later...

I would like to add my thanks as well.

 

I had issues with my TPlink UH700 7 port USB hub not correctly detecting my xbox 360 wireless controller dongle whenever I rebooted my computer. I needed to manually unplug the dongle and replug in for it to detect. the firmware version was 9091.

 

I grabbed the 9105 firmware from this thread but used the firmware updater from pluggable.com/drives/hubfirmware. I extracted the firmware updater and replaced the included 9091 firmware with the 9105 one, renaming it have the same name and flashed.

 

Even deleting the service and removing the file I still lost all my USB ports when ever I booted in to windows 10. I used a PS2 keyboard and ran VL810Filterinst.exe u from the command line with admin rights then jumped in to device manager and uninstalled all the USB controllers and rebooted, USB was back working.

 

So after all that, the TPlink UH700 now works correctly with my xbox 360 controller wireless dongle at boot up.

 

Big thank you again for your guide.

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