Download the firmware version you want (right click, Save Link As) -
Vision-daptor AS.hex - latest firmware
And the utility to load it -
Windows - HIDBootLoader.exe
Mac OS X, Linux - MPHidFlash executables in the "binaries" folder
1) Unplug the USB.
2) Open the 'daptor by inserting a small flat blade screw driver into the slots on the side and turning the screw driver as if you are turning a screw to pop the halves apart.
3) There is a row of holes along the edge of the circuit board marked 1-6 & C. Use a wire to jumper the holes marked C and 4. If you don't have a wire, you can use an unfolded paper clip. Doesn't necessarily have to be inserted into the holes, just touch the plated area around it and only needs to be in place while the USB is plugged in, so you can just temporally hold it with one hand if needed.
4) Plug in the USB. The LED should remain OFF. If it turns on/flashes, then the jumper is not making contact. Unplug the USB, check the jumper, and try plugging the USB back in again.
5) Once the USB is plugged in with LED staying off, then there is no need for the jumper any more - it can be removed.
6) Use the utility to program the firmware
Execute HIDBootLoader.exe. You should see "Device attached." in the message area.
Click "Open Hex File" button and select the above .hex file you downloaded.
Click "Program/Verify" button. You should see "Erase/Program/Verify Completed Successfully" after a couple of seconds.
Mac OS X, Linux
Enter command line mode. For Mac: from the Finder, select Go->Utilities from the menu and double-click the Terminal application.
Execute the binary for your platform. Mac example:
mphidflash-1.6-osx-64 -write Vision-daptorJMSegaFB.hex
7) All done - unplug the USB and snap the 'daptor shell back together.
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