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How to Flash VN8900 / VT6000 Image

Last updated: 2018-10-11

This article describes how to flash the image to a VN8900 series interface or VT6000 module.

1

Disconnect VN8910(A) from power supply

2

Remove Plug-In Module (VN8950/VN8970), therefore unscrew the two mounting screws to loosen the Plug-In Module in the Base Module

3

Connect the VN8910(A) to your computer via the Mini-USB port

4

Start the tool VN89flash.exe, which can be found in the Exec32 folder in your CANoe/CANalyzer directory. Choose the VN8910(A)’s image file and click on the Update button

5

After flashing the image, please remove the Mini-USB cable from the VN8910(A). Insert the Plug-In Module also and connect the power- and USB cable. It will take about two minutes until the VN8910(A) will be recognized again in the Vector Hardware Config, due to one additional automatic reboot which is necessary to finalize the installation process.

1

Disconnect VN8911/VN8912/VN8912A/VN8914 from power supply

2

Remove Plug-In Module (VN8970/VN8972), therefore unscrew the two mounting screws to loosen the Plug-In Module in the Base Module

3

Remove CFast Card

4

Insert the CFast card into the CFast reader which was delivered with the VN8911/VN8912/VN8912A/VN8914:

5

Connect the CFast reader to the computer and start the tool VN89flash.exe, which can be found in the Exec32 folder in your CANoe/CANalyzer directory. Choose the VN8911/VN8912/VN8912A/VN8914’s image file and click on the Update button

6

After flashing the image to the CFast card, please remove the card from the card reader and insert it into the VN8911/VN8912/VN8912A/VN8914 again. Insert the Plug-In Module also and connect the power- and USB cable. It will take about two minutes until the VN8911/VN8912/VN8912A/VN8914 will be recognized again in the Vector Hardware Config, due to one additional automatic reboot which is necessary to finalize the installation process.

1

Please power-off and unplug the VT6000 Series module from the VT case and connect your computer with the USB Firmware Port on the front side:

2

Open the tool VN89flash.exe in your CANoe directory (Exec32\vn89flash.exe) and choose the image you have downloaded and unzipped before.
You can request the image via the Vector Support (support@vector.com).

3

Click on the flash button and flash the image to the VT6000 Series module.

4

When the flash process is finished, disconnect the USB cable and re-plug the VT6000 Series module into your VT case again. Re-plug also all ethernet and PCIe cables, power-on the VT System and wait for about 8 minutes.

5

After that try to connect to the IP address 192.168.100.1 via remote desktop or via CANoe (Configuration | Extensions | CANoe RT) to be sure that the VT6000 Series module is reachable again.
If the connect was successful, you can use the VT6000 Series module again.

 
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2018-10-11
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