I recently submitted a request to m-sys, for any information on upgrading the DOC of my Epod, I will paste the reply that they had given to me:
I recommend to download the associated driver for the OS that you are trying
to do. I have attached version 5.0 of the utilities and firmware.
You will have to boot into DOS and run the dformat command to erase anything
that is exsisting on the device. Implementation into the OS that you are
porting it to is within the readme file for the driver.
Boot into DOS, and go to the DOC utils.
Run docpmap /i to determine the memory address the DOC is jumpered to.
Run dformat /win:XXXX /s:doc50.exb
**Remember to replace XXXX with the memory address.
Reboot your system, and follow the steps in the readme.txt for the driver
you will be using.
I noticed on the m-sys webpage that they have a socket for the flush mounting millenium chips, so you can program them, it looks like it is the same pin count as there 2000 chip's which I believe are on the Webplayers. My questions is, do you think it would be possible to remove the DOC from the epod, put it in the socket for programming, and place it into the webplayer to be programmed, since it can be booted of of a hard drive..
Thanks for any help