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I can't upgrade my XT2 to firmware 2.11

 

Each time I'm downloading the firmware 2.11 from 4 different computers and 3 different browsers (so this is not a browser cache issue)  and try to upgrade the firmware I've got a message:

 

'You've got Firmware 1.10 and want to upgrade to 1.10'

 

What can I do ?

Some ideas ?

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My camera doesn’t recognize the firmware files!

When you download a new camera or lens firmware update to your computer, make sure you do NOT have previous firmware update downloads either for the X-Pro1, X-E1, other Fujifilm cameras or any XF lenses sitting in your PC’s download destination folder. File naming conflicts may cause your computer to save the new file under a different name (like FPUPDATE-01.DAT instead of FPUPDATE.DAT), which your camera won’t recognize and won’t be able to install.

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