Yes these switches you need to go in steps you cant just jump direct to latest image like IOS catalyst switches, jump from 1 firmware to the next until your at the latest that should do it. There is certain jump images but I don't know exactly which ones they are for each platform, but that's how I fixed that issue before
If you have Cisco Configurations Professional set up you can use CCP to activate the image you want to load and deactivate the one you do not want to use. But may not work because it sounds like you did not follow the correct order to update your firmware. You may want to start over by removing 1.4.1.03 and go back to 188.8.131.52 since that should have been the next item in the order.
Cisco Firmware updates should be done in order they are released. Cisco Firmware is NOT like a computers firmware we you can skip an update and still be ok most of the time.
You have 184.108.40.206 next is 220.127.116.11, next 18.104.22.168.84, last 1.4.1.03
I would remove 22.214.171.124 and 126.96.36.199 reload the router make sure everything is work correctly then load 188.8.131.52 remove 184.108.40.206 reload make sure everything works fine then load 220.127.116.11 and remove 18.104.22.168 reload make sure everything works fine and you are done.
I am not sure about your switch but it is a not recommend for the Cisco SG200 I have to have more then 1 firmware image at a time. Your switches may support more then 1 firmware image but you have 3 firmware images on your switch.
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