Apr 18 2004, 09:42 PM
my bios is an st chip, on the chip it says m29f0028t70n1 i'm thinking that i need to add another line of code, or connect the bottom jumper, or solder a wire (i read somewhere that st chips need this). its a brand new xbox, bought this week, and it has a focus chip obviously..
all help would be greatly appreciated!
Apr 18 2004, 10:20 PM
09 = read-only... (flash not writable)
U need to connect the 2 pts...
Apr 18 2004, 10:39 PM
the top two points are definetly connected, and i am using rear window defogger kit on them.. a whole bunch is on both sets of points, and they arn't touching anything else... i also bridged the bottom two points, but still no luck..
Apr 18 2004, 10:40 PM
UNKNOWN DEVICE Read Only??? manf=0x09, dev=0x00
Try adding the device ID to raincoat.cfg
taken from my flash.log
Apr 18 2004, 10:59 PM
There's is something wrong with your connections, i suggest that you clean off the two top points w/ alcohol and try reapplying the conductive ink, and if at all possible get a soldering iron and solder the two points instead. The extra wire is for sharp tsops not st.
Apr 18 2004, 11:39 PM
ok, i cleaned off the points and applied solder.. same old shit.. is everyone sure that i do not have to add any code?
Apr 18 2004, 11:49 PM
hey bud...im having the same problem...im also doing the evox and then the 007aufeurasia gamesave...but not working...i also want to know how to put the new raincoat into the eurasia gamesave with 007auf..btw i have a st tsop...a 1.0 xbox from what i found out..and no luck yet.only soldered top and bottom 2 bridges...wth conductive ink..
Apr 18 2004, 11:57 PM
the 007aufeurasia gamesave works iv flashed like 10 v1.5's with no problem its some thing your doing wrong check your top two pionts
Apr 19 2004, 07:15 PM
I also had this problem the first time I tried to flash the tsop... I finally done it by re-soldering each time I got the same error, dunno how...
... on the second, I used a sand paper to scratch a bit both connection then soldered it... got it the first time, flashed and working fine...
Apr 19 2004, 08:01 PM
|QUOTE (wak4 @ Apr 19 2004, 08:15 PM)|
I also had this problem the first time I tried to flash the tsop... I finally done it by re-soldering each time I got the same error, dunno how... ... on the second, I used a sand paper to scratch a bit both connection then soldered it... got it the first time, flashed and working fine...
In other words, it was the soldering.
mrpowerbook345, re-do your connections.
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