Technika TV 32/244 firmware updates?

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  1. commando

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    I need to update my firmware for my Technika 32"/244 LCD TV. Could anyone please point me in the direction where I could download the files I need? For some reason the TV doesn't like mkv or mpeg4 files. I'm hoping that uploading the missing files I'll be able to watch the other formats. Cheers
     
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    How do you know that there is a firmware update available? The manufacturer's website is the only place to download firmware updates. However, I know nothing about Technika.
     
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    Hi davepuma. As the TV is over 2 years old and unable to read mkv/mpeg4 files, I thought that an upgrade/fix would be available. I have had a look at various sites that do upgrades (software and firmware) but I have not found any. I thought by coming to this forum, I might meet others with the same problem as me. If there are no upgrades, then although its only 2 years old, it will be consigned to the tip and a better more up-to-date tv willbe installed. If Technika are unable to supply an upgrade, then I'll go to a reputable firm that will supply a tv with a good track record.
     
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    I think that is your best option or you could simply add a second hand netbook, raspberry pi or similar running OpenElec or windows/XBMC. I'm sure that someone will take your TV off your hands, the tip for a 2year old TV seems a bit drastic.
     

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