For example, if your OE machine's IP address is 192.168.1.92, browse to Once the window appears, open the "Update" folder share.
There shouldn't be anything inside this share, unless you have another update pending.
This will open a page that shows the IP address amongst other information.
So type this into the address bar of the explorer window.
This is ideal if the Open ELEC machine is not internet connected as you can download the new software package on another machine and provide the file to your Open ELEC.
First of all, head over to the downloads page and download the latest release of Open ELEC.
The reason it shows "ESCD Updated Successfully" everytime on boot up is because the system has at least one ISA card in it and it is running Windows95.
The ESCD record boot up sequence arranged by Windows95 is different from the ESCD record boot up sequence arranged by the BIOS.
Should you want to do a major downgrade, a fresh installation of Open ELEC is highly recommended.
Minor downgrades, for example from 4.2.1 to 4.0.4 are fine though.
The Open ELEC 6.0 release includes a new variation designed specifically to accommodate OLD nvidia hardware that has been dropped by nvidia themselves from their most modern driver.
However there is some confusion as to how to determine exactly if this is relevant to you.
Open ELEC will recognize the new software package in the update folder and update automatically.