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zaurusaurus
I just purchased brand new c860 at very low price in Japan.

I first ran bad NAND block count and found FIVE bad NAND blocks.

Altough I had no problem flashing roms and NAND restoring, I tried to fix bad NAND blocks by full erasing NAND and restoring.

But when I did the full NAND erase, this c860 started to think it is c760.

When I enter service menu, I see c760 instead of c860.

I tried NAND restore with systc860.dbk but i get error saying the name isn't
syst760.dbk.

So I changed the name to systc760.dbk and flashed, but it still think it is c760.

How do I make it think it is c860 again?

Also, is five NAND blocks considered as defect altough I have no problem flashing rom images and NAND?

Thank you.
DaemonsGR
Are you sure that you bought a c860??????? Maybe you only paid for one tongue.gif
zaurusaurus
QUOTE(DaemonsGR @ Mar 13 2006, 08:20 AM)
Are you sure that you bought a c860??????? Maybe you only paid for one tongue.gif
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Yes, I am 100% sure I bought a Brand New c860 blink.gif
Bundabrg
What colour is it?
zaurusaurus
QUOTE(Bundabrg @ Mar 13 2006, 03:13 PM)
What colour is it?
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All shiny silver.
cmonex
C760 is all cool white & silver. not a trace of any darker colour.

anyway only the colour is different, right (after flashing an english rom in it)? why would the C860 be more expensive then? ph34r.gif ph34r.gif
lareya
C860 has more ram I thought
pgas
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C860 has more ram I thought


no, 760 and 860 are the same machine, it was a software upgrade only
Hrw
and colour upgrade wink.gif
Mjolinor
QUOTE(Hrw @ Mar 14 2006, 09:03 AM)
and colour upgrade wink.gif
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That depends how you view it smile.gif
lareya
Hmmm, blink.gif then I wonder why I bought a cl860? LOL

Lareya
cmonex
QUOTE(Hrw @ Mar 14 2006, 10:03 AM)
and colour upgrade wink.gif
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nah! i think downgrade.. tongue.gif the white is real cool. silver is so usual but white? laugh.gif
rokugo
QUOTE(zaurusaurus @ Mar 13 2006, 11:28 PM)
So I changed the name to systc760.dbk and flashed, but it still think it is c760.

How do I make it think it is c860 again?

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Since the 760 and 860 are identical, and everything else is ok, why not just let it be.

IMO fiddling with the NAND may simply give rise to more problems.
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