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> Simpad Keeps Turning Off, Simpad keeps turning off and doesn't send any info on serial
diGital_fraGture
post May 30 2008, 12:52 PM
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Hi there,

first of all I want to mention that I really like this forum. I found many tipps&tricks here for my Simpad. So I hope you can help we with my problem.
I tried to install Angstrom on my CL4 (T-Sinus Pad) and it worked quite well. I could boot Angstrom but I used the big imagine (18 mb) so it didn't fit in my flash.

So I did the same procedure again, this time using the small Angstrom image (13mb) but after I set up the params partition (as told here), I checked my partitions with "partition show" and there where 3 partitions: 1:btloader 2:root 3:some cryptic signs (this partition had a real huge size: about 8F8CC or someting like this, way to big for my flash)

I thougth it was just an display error and reseted my Pad to continue installation, but after that my Pad wouldn't start up again!

Nothing happens when I hit reset, Nothing happens when I hit the power button. Only when I hold the power button down, the green ligths up and the screen is activated, but without showing anything(it just gets brighter). After releasing the power button it turns off.

I couldn't get any data with the serial cable (I used Putty with 1152008N1 what worked well before the "incident") and I wasn't able to upload anything with "serload" (what worked perfectly before)

What's wrong? Have I wrecked my flash memory partition table? Can I repair this without soldering a JTAG connector to the board, or is my Pad just lost.

I searched the net for infos about this problem, but I couldn't find anything.

Please help me.

Thanks in advance,

D_F
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