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#1 DaemoniZ


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Posted 28 December 2009 - 08:40 AM

Hi guys.

I read nand from my Jasper 256 by lpt, and all 3 times(not sure about first), nanpro printen error 204 on reading block B63.
Bad block on chip? What to do?

p.s. nand compare find 56 non-matching blocks.
2 p.s. 1 unrecoverable block(s) found 780

Edited by DaemoniZ, 28 December 2009 - 09:27 AM.

#2 Looouky


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Posted 31 December 2009 - 06:26 PM

On my XENON I had a 204 error on BF, I dumped my nand 5 times and made sure they all matched. Once I knew I had at least 3 matching I was recommended to ignore error 204. Your location seems in the upper memory locations, thus it seems it would not affect block 1 which is where your kv is located. It is my understanding that as long as you never plan on going back to stock, then you should be ok.

Error 250 though is a bad block and you have to remap or move those block accordingly as they are listed in degraded.

Just to let you know I now have XBR on XENON that had 204 running well.

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