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artem_bond
Hi all.
I'm looking for any success story about upgreade NAND flash. I'm was change NAND from TC58512 to K9F1G08U.

Now I hav't any idea about howto "tell" zaurus that NAND changed and need format NAND Flash.

If I try to make NAND Flash test, they tell


Code:

ERROR! Cannot initial
code=(-2)



If any have any idea please tell me at artem.bond ___DOG___ gmail.com
BarryW
Why oh why are you cross posting??
artem_bond
QUOTE(BarryW @ Mar 21 2005, 01:23 PM)
Why oh why are you cross posting??
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Sorry. I did't find forum about "problem with NAND flash at Cxx0".

By any way it's looks like problem with flash controller. Because old flash and new flash working by a same way. And i't happening when battery has been slowly discharged when system hand-up.
omega
There was a japanese website about someone who upgraded the nand flash... i remember seeing the photos... they had to use some extra link wires... look around google and here.
john4
is there any result about the upgrade?
speculatrix
bump
Suspense
See topic about upgrade here:
http://www.hpc.ru/board/viewtopic.php?t=41697 but russian only. Use www.translate.ru to translate from russian
speculatrix
QUOTE(Suspense @ Nov 8 2005, 01:53 PM)
See topic about upgrade here:
http://www.hpc.ru/board/viewtopic.php?t=41697 but russian only. Use www.translate.ru to translate from russian
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I tried the online translator but it simply said "frame error".

http://www.online-translator.com/srvurl.asp?lang=en
albertr
QUOTE(Suspense @ Nov 8 2005, 07:53 AM)
See topic about upgrade here:
http://www.hpc.ru/board/viewtopic.php?t=41697 but russian only. Use www.translate.ru to translate from russian
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This particular russian thread is about upgrading RAM, not NAND flash.
-albertr
wrc4
QUOTE(artem_bond @ Mar 20 2005, 06:28 PM)
Hi all.
I'm looking for any success story about upgreade NAND flash. I'm was change NAND from TC58512 to K9F1G08U.

Now I hav't any idea about howto "tell" zaurus that NAND changed and need format NAND Flash.

If I try to make NAND Flash test, they tell


Code:

ERROR! Cannot initial
code=(-2)



If any have any idea please tell me at artem.bond ___DOG___ gmail.com
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I am having the same error as artem_bond. Need Heeeeeeeeeeeeeelp!
guylhem
Hello

I have a Zaurus with the same problem in the UK for surgery. At the moment, I am extremely busy, so I just can't promise anything, but I'll do my best to fix this issues.

To whoever has that problem, please contact me by email at guylhem at guylhem dot net

Guylhem
speculatrix
I now have two of the K9KG flash chips, one extracted from the Lexar sony- memory-stick compatible drive, another still in the memstick; I am happy to donate one to a zaurus user for repairing!
wrc4
QUOTE(speculatrix @ Sep 25 2006, 03:12 AM)
I now have two of the K9KG flash chips, one extracted from the Lexar sony- memory-stick compatible drive, another still in the memstick; I am happy to donate one to a zaurus user for repairing!
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Hi

I revived my 7500C with a chip in a USB thumb drive. Please look at this post.

http://www.oesf.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=21486&st=0

Right now I would not risk trying any other chips. We must know the chip ids that Zaurus can accept. Wrong chip will definitely destroy your Zaurus.
guylhem
wrc4, what was the exact ID of the chip you used to revive your Zaurus ?

Speculatrix, what is the ID of the chip you could donate?

If they match, it could help reviving the zaurus...

Guylhem
speculatrix
QUOTE(guylhem @ Sep 28 2006, 03:58 PM)
Speculatrix, what is the ID of the chip you could donate?
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pictures of my attempted 6000 flash upgradel

here's the memory stick in question before removing

and after removal

I managed to buy another one of these sticks, hence I am willing to donate the one above!
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