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LukeLuke
I was tring to install various ROM and none works right.....

Cacko http://www.oesf.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=21601&hl=
Beta 3 http://www.oesf.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=21089&hl=

only pdaxrom beta4 works, so i try to make:

Extra MENU -->
Zaurus Test -->
NAND Flash (Full) -->

The result is:

Bad Block Num = 4

Can do this the problem ?

What can i do ?

THANKS

Bye
LukeLuke
I try to make:

SUM MENU -->
NAND Bad Count+Sum -->

[CODE]
NAND Bad Count

Blk Init After Total
-------------------------------------
1 4 0 4
2 0 0 0
.......................
.............
.........
-------------------------------------
Total Bad Block = 4
LukeLuke
can anyone help me ?

THANKS

Bye
TRIsoft
Hi LuckyLuke,
QUOTE(LukeLuke @ Oct 13 2006, 08:33 AM)
can anyone help me ?

what's the problem ? What doesn't work ?
Having some bad blocks reported in the Diag is normal.
Even brand new units have some bad blocks. NAND chips
have mostly some defective areas and the controller will
handle this, so it's no reason to be worried.

Why are you trying to format the flash area ? Are you stuck
after a "went-wrong-Rom-installation" ?
Please give us some more informations.

Marc
anunakin
Tried erase NAND, before install new ROM?
Have you tried w/ another SD/CF card?
LukeLuke
QUOTE(anunakin @ Oct 13 2006, 02:01 PM)
Tried erase NAND, before install new ROM?
Have you tried w/ another SD/CF card?
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Yes i try to erase before and i try CF Sandisk 32M / CF Sandisk 64M / CF Sandisk 512M / SD Kingston 1GB....... but the result is the same!

What do you mean ?

THANKS

Bye
LukeLuke
QUOTE(TRIsoft @ Oct 13 2006, 01:58 AM)
Hi LuckyLuke,
QUOTE(LukeLuke @ Oct 13 2006, 08:33 AM)
can anyone help me ?

what's the problem ? What doesn't work ?
Having some bad blocks reported in the Diag is normal.
Even brand new units have some bad blocks. NAND chips
have mostly some defective areas and the controller will
handle this, so it's no reason to be worried.

Why are you trying to format the flash area ? Are you stuck
after a "went-wrong-Rom-installation" ?
Please give us some more informations.

Marc
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All the installation that i can do, don't work well (see the other post).

I try Cacko, but when start, i see only the Sharp logo and do nothing...... (see the post)
I try Beta 3 and the system don't found many file ..... (see the post)
I try Beta r121, the installation is ok, but when i press on button the Z don't start......

WHAT CAN I DO ?

If i use your NAND Backup the Z work well..........

THANKS

Bye
LukeLuke
I don't know what do ..... sad.gif

Everething i do, don' t work....

NAND Flash erase and try to install r121, but nothing when i press on it don't start....

What can i do ?

Which can you use for install the ROM ? Wich card you suggest me ? (i have this http://i23.ebayimg.com/02/i/08/2f/65/bf_2.JPG )

THANKS

Bye
LukeLuke
i want to buy a card that i can sure that work................

Which ????? sad.gif
LukeLuke
if buy this http://cgi.ebay.it/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewIt...mMakeTrack=true

Do you think that this work ?

THANKS

Bye
LukeLuke
This is a for of Zaurus ?

Why nothing answer to me ?

My question is so difficult ?

Bye
InSearchOf
I think no one is answering because you didnt search... and also...

You posted @
Oct 18 2006, 05:06 PM
Oct 18 2006, 05:16 PM
Oct 18 2006, 05:27 PM

asking the same question and getting frustrated because no one is answering...

Late
LukeLuke
QUOTE(InSearchOf @ Oct 20 2006, 05:25 AM)
I think no one is answering because you didnt search... and also...

You posted @
Oct 18 2006, 05:06 PM
Oct 18 2006, 05:16 PM
Oct 18 2006, 05:27 PM

asking the same question and getting frustrated because no one is answering...

Late
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IMHO, this isn't the metod for help the people........

I'm frustrated because have a Z that not work and nobody that help me .......... sad.gif

I would want to understand if the Z is broken or the card that isn't compatible.

THANKS

Bye
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