How can one reinitialize the HW.1?

I’ve got a HW.1 a while back at a conference without any additional information. I had played around with it a little bit then, but didn’t intend to use it as a wallet immediately.

Now, I’ve been trying to set it up as a wallet. When I start the Ledger Wallet Chrome Plugin, it tells me that I should do a Chip-Firmware-Update.

Unfortunately, it will not let me progress with the Update unless I put in the “Security Card QR-Code”. I don’t have it, as I just got the plain card, and didn’t make note of anything when I was playing around with the HW.1 at first.

So, the Chrome plugin won’t let me do anything except go to “update”, but won’t let me do the update without the Security Code.

How can I reset or reinitialize the HW.1?

I’ve found the page on Ledger’s site to generate a new Security Card. By entering the code, I got to a new page requsting that I check a sample from the Security Card. Unfortunately, clicking “Continue” on that page doesn’t seem to have any effect. So, I’m still stuck.

I’ve already written the usb-rules to my system.

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Wikipedia Bitcoin page false info about Wright

I just see to Bitcoin Wikipedia page this

[quote]Craig Steven Wright has claimed to be the creator of bitcoin. Wright, named himself as the creator of bitcoin in a BBC news interview. Wright apparently proved his claim by using 'signature' bitcoins associated with its inventor. Wright said 'his admission is an effort to end speculation about the identity of the originator of the currency.' In December 2015, Wired and Gizmodo, magazines also named Wright as likely to be bitcoin's creator.[88][/quote]

this is completely false info and lure to misunderstanding. I dont know who are the editors of this article. The article is semi lock and i cannot edit. First Wright never sign a transaction. Second Gizmodo and Wired in the end and with new article announce that they have do mistake about wright claims. This hoaxer's name must remove from bitcoin wikipedia asap.

edit 1: it seems wikipedia page has corrected. It says now "Craig Steven Wright has claimed to be the creator of bitcoin in a BBC news interview in 2016.[131] He offered to prove this claim cryptographically several days later, without offering an explanation of the delay. The circumstantial proof he provided was picked apart by cryptography experts[132], with one describing it as "flimflam and hokum".[133]"

edit 2: i think we must remove completely the Wright name from wikipedia bitcoin page. He has nothing to do with bitcoin history, he is not part of it.

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