It may become necessary to re-image your SD card if your table ceases normal function. This can happen for many reasons including a failed update or SD card corruption. The quickest way to fix this is to follow the procedure below to get a fresh version of the Sisyphus operating system installed.
- First, unplug your Sisyphus and remove the micro SD from the table.
- Download the ZIP (compressed image) for your table
- Note - this image is for 22" metal frame end tables with RGBW lights (firmware 1.10.66). Use this for all Sisyphus models. You'll change the configuration once the table starts.
- Right-click on the ZIP file you just downloaded and select "Extract All".
- When prompted to select a destination, you may leave the default. This will create a new folder containing your IMG file.
- Download the imaging utility: balenaEtcher
- If you're using a Mac please download The Unarchiver as the included archive utility may not work.
- Load the micro SD into the computer you'll be using to image it.
- Open balenaEtcher
- Select the Image. Select the un-compressed image file we downloaded. It's the one that ends in .img
- Select the target. Select your SD card. If it is not already selected, choose the micro SD
- Flash! Under step 3 select Flash!
- Once the flash is complete, re-install the micro SD into your Sisyphus and then plug it in. As soon as the table finishes homing and begins playing a track, pause it before we configure it for your table.
Configure the firmware: Do not skip this step! If you have a Sisyphus side table with RGBW, you can skip
- Connect to the table and pause the current track. You may need will need to wait until the table finishes homing.
- Go to settings>advanced
- Tap 'Advanced' at the top of the screen 7 times to expose 'Table Settings' near the bottom of the list.
- In "Table Settings" change the 'configuration file' to the one that matches your table/mini.
- The table will need to reboot. When it does, you may hear a clicking noise, this is normal. Allow the clicking to continue until the table fixes itself.