Updating boot path
This way it will prevent data loss and the changes made to the drive in the virtual machine will be visible in the host OS too.Requirements: Host OS: Windows XP/Vista/7/8/8.1Virtual Box (installed not portable) and/or QEMUHow you can use it: Download and unzip the setup file or the portable version.
After installation, Linux requires configuration and systems administration.This problem may arise if you are using a proxy server on your network or using Socks 4 & 5 network.You need to configure "Internet Settings" of Quick Update to get Internet access.Also the firmware was packaged differently in the previous SIP versions as the device firmware was provided as two separate binary files, the bootloader image and the application image.In the 4.x UCS release these were merged into the same binary file.This problem may also arise if you or your ISP is using Firewall.
Firewall should be configured to allow Quick Update to get Internet access.
In case the above problem remains as it is even after following the above step then we will recommend you to contact Quick Heal Technical Support Team.
In the mean time you can also update your copy of Quick Heal manually by downloading exe file from Web page.
But when trying to update the firmware for a few phones there is a new process which was introduced with the 4.0 release of UCS.
This process allows the device to be manually pointed to a Polycom hosted web server distribution point on the Internet to download and install new firmware packages from.
Install the setup file and start it or just start the portable.