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  1. #1 Where is the newest Red Rocket Driver & Firmware download? 
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    Can anyone direct me to the newest Rocket driver & firmware to download?

    I just upgraded to redcine-x build 13 Beta, and now redcine says it needs a rocket with driver version 1.4.19.0 and firmware 1.1.16.5 --- however, on red.com/downloads, the newest available is older than that.

    I've searched around the forums but can't seem to find it...
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    http://www.red.com/downloads has been updated with the correct driver version.
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    People... Please always download the drivers from red.com in the support section. I deleted a couple posts where people, although trying to be helpful, were hosting the drivers elsewhere. This serves little purpose and can run the increased risk of corruption within the distribution.
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    I just installed the latest RCXPro. Then installed the latest firmware and driver.
    I am still getting this error:

    RedRocket #0 and or Firmware is out of date.
    This version of REDCine-X requires Driver: 1.4.19.0 and
    Firmware: 1.1.16.5 to use this RedRocket card.

    I have tried to install the drivers and firmware over and over in different steps.
    Still no go.

    Running Lion 10.7.3 on a Mac Pro 2.93GHz
    RedRocket Slot 2
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    Always install the drivers FIRST, then install the firmware. RTFM. ;)

    The driver needs to be installed first because it has the proper interface for installing the matching firmware package. You may need to reset your system PRAM, but drivers first is the correct order.
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    Yep did the RTFM, Ive only installed the two ROCKETS we have at least 6 times on 3 different systems (due to upgrading).
    BTW the manual supplied is dated in some parts :)
    I got it going after the 3rd attempt.
    I knew something wasnt sticking when I rebooted to SL drive and saw it working under older driver/firmware.
    Its all good now ;)
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    Hello Jeff,

    Could you update?

    http://www.reduser.net/forum/showthr...-tool-versions


    A big thank.

    Patrick
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