MyGig Updates can corrupt your system's firmware leaving it permanently inoperative.
Attempting to install updates over a failing hard drive increases the risk of
damaging your system.
CHECK YOUR SYSTEM
Independent repair shops should avoid installing MyGig Updates on customer systems.
If the installation fails, your customer will probably expect you to replace
their failed system.
Please Read To avoid
damaging your system, read the instructions below.
Use burning software that works for MyGig Updates
for Windows: Click
Trial for Mac OS X: Click
Screen Shot with instruction for .ISO
We have posted the trial-version of Express Burn because most free burning
software, including native Windows 7 usually doesn't
work for MyGig software updates.
If your MyGig System begins to Restart-Continuously
following a crashed update, see
page for a diagnostic test to determine if the constant-restart
is caused by a firmware problem or a hard drive problem
|Its OK to upgrade
straight to Version 2.404 from any earlier version.
Like with all updates from the MyGig systems manufacturer,
install at your own risk.
Thumb Drive Installation:
A thumb drive cannot be used to install updates on MyGig model REW.
If your MyGig system does not proceed to the update screen,
its usually because MyGig does not like the quality of the CD.
If that happens, burn the update CD with Express Burn (right).
If the update crashes, its
usually because it has run into a problem on the hard drive.
When an update crashes, itusually goes into an "Emergency Update
Mode" where the only option is to restart the update process.
Do not run the update again until you have fixed the hard drive
problem. Each crash puts your firmware at risk of corruption
that you can't fix.
SOX is the MyGig Guru you see providing expert help on many of the automotive
forums. SOX generously maintains a download site for MyGig updates including
Gracenote and Application updates. Prior versions are also posted if you need
to roll back to a previous version.
SOX's download site:
posts Downloads of Software Updates released by Fiat Chrysler Automobiles as
a convenience to MyGig owners. We are not responsible for problems that may
arise from the installation or the failed installation of MyGig Software updates.