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thetan76 Posted - 11/21/2017 : 09:21:36
For two days in a row I tried to program TC58NVG3S0FTAI0 and its cosines and I failed. First of all, the programmer says that the dump contains several thousands of bad block however the chip I read the dump from is clean of them. Then whatever I did the programmer could not do the job the dump never verified with the chip. It looks like some areas could not be programmed by the device leaving them blank. I tried different chips with the same result but the same chips were successfully programmed by RT809H. I programmed the chip for Sony Main Board 1-889-202-22. It does not work yet. Dear Support Team, please check this problem and fix it. Thanks in advance.
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anniel Posted - 02/25/2018 : 05:11:47
quote:
Originally posted by elbronco

Not only is it rewards, but there are users (me included) who are reading the post and we do not know if the information we are reading is reliable because the user who asked the question does not value the answers and, or, does not appreciate the solution.
CLEAR THAT IF, ALL SHOULD GIVE THANKS, IS BASIC, AN AUTOMATIC REFLECTION WHEN HELP IS RECEIVED. (I say to thetan76)
Greetings, Mr. Anniel, you have always answered my questions.




Generally when you don't hear back from someone the last solution proposed was successful.
elbronco Posted - 02/24/2018 : 13:57:08
Not only is it rewards, but there are users (me included) who are reading the post and we do not know if the information we are reading is reliable because the user who asked the question does not value the answers and, or, does not appreciate the solution.
CLEAR THAT IF, ALL SHOULD GIVE THANKS, IS BASIC, AN AUTOMATIC REFLECTION WHEN HELP IS RECEIVED. (I say to thetan76)
Greetings, Mr. Anniel, you have always answered my questions.
anniel Posted - 02/22/2018 : 17:31:49
quote:
Originally posted by elbronco

The Thetan76 user should confirm if he could record the memory and if so, give thanks for the help received in this community.



True but no rewards or follow-ups are expected...
elbronco Posted - 02/22/2018 : 16:49:19
The Thetan76 user should confirm if he could record the memory and if so, give thanks for the help received in this community.
eduardo48 Posted - 12/07/2017 : 17:19:41
you can verify
size=43a00000h
page size= 10e8h
block size = 40h
thetan76 Posted - 12/07/2017 : 01:30:24
Here is the line from the config
Name="TC58NVG3S0FTAI0",MFG="Toshba",ID1="98h",ID2="d3h",ID3="90h",ID4="26h",ID5="76h",ID6="15h",size="42000000h",PageSize="1080h",BlockSize="100h",CE="1"
GQ5XSupport Posted - 11/24/2017 : 11:30:36
You need to post the config you made and the link of the datasheet.
Should be a simple config fix.
thetan76 Posted - 11/23/2017 : 09:46:19
Sorry, I do not have the config data on this computer but I configured the chip exactly per its datasheet.
GQ5XSupport Posted - 11/22/2017 : 10:44:39
Most likely the definition the software picks does not match your chip.
How did you configure the chip?

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