How to enter the BIOS setup (bootloader menu) MAG-200/250

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How to enter the BIOS setup (MAG 250 bootloader menu)

  • Power off the STB MAG200/250.

  • Press and hold the «menu» on the remote (or the power button on the front panel) while turning on the STB MAG200/250.

If there is no image on the screen, maybe your TV doesn’t support the PAL system.

If there is no image, then complete these next steps:

  • Unplug the STB
  • Press and hold “Menu” button on RC (direct your RC to STB)
  • Plug in the STB while holding the “Menu” button
  • Hold the “Menu” button for 10 seconds.
  • Switch PAL – NTSC with a single press of the red “F1” button.

How to see the firmware version and device information

  • To enter in BIOS menu.
  • Choose «Upgrade Menu» and press “right” on the remote control. If this step is missing, go to next step (this step can be absent if the second copy of bootloader isn’t on).
  • “Device info” and press “right” on the remote control:
    • “Vendor” – Manufactory identifier.
    • “Model” – Model identifier.
    • “Ver. Hardware” – Version of network board realization.
    • “Serial Number” – Serial number.
    • “MAC address” – Physical address of network interface.
  • “Loader Info” and press “right” on the remote control:
    • “Version Number” – Bootloader version (if the second bootloader is on, then you will see the second bootloader version).
    • “Date & Time” – Date and Time of bootloader version.
  • “Image info” press “right” on the remote control:
    • “Version” – Software version.
    • “Description” – Full version description.

How to reset BIOS MAG-200/250 to factory settings

  • Enter The BIOS.
  • Choose “Def. Settings” and press “right”.
  • Confirm by pressing the “OK”.
  • Select “Exit & Save” to save and exit. The STB will reboot automatically.

It may be necessary to change the boot mode: “NAND”, “NAND2” or “DHCP”.

  • Change the boot mode DHCP/NAND/NAND2.

Change boot mode: DHCP/NAND/NAND2

  • Enter The BIOS.
  • Select “Upgrade Menu”, click “right” on the remote control.
  • Select “Boot Mode” and click “right” to set the boot mode: DHCP, NAND or NAND2.
  • Select “Exit & Save” and press “right”.
  • Confirm “OK”.

2 Comments. Leave new

David Boudreau
February 8, 2016 3:21 pm

i put a password on my mag 254 and forgot it.can't get into box.anyway to reset password

Mike Rose Krueger
July 29, 2016 12:13 am

my mag 275 will not load on the first start up??

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