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Re: ABE etc flashing
Posted by: mikro Jul,09.2018-22:24 

How cool is to resurrect an 8 year old thread? :) Just adding a note for myself: the numbers shown during boot have nothing to do with actual ABE/SDR inside the CT6x.

They are written into NVRAM by the flash tool. Yes, it's that primitive.

Consequences:

- if flashing from another Falcon, IIRC the flash tool is intelligent enough not to write the flashed version numbers into that Falcon's NVRAM

- if flashing from PC, well, nothing can change NVRAM

- if your NVRAM is dead, you can see pretty much anything (in my case I saw, for some reason, the last version flashed before NVRAM died)

P.S. Would be nice to implement correct redirects for BBS posts... for instance http://bbs.dhs.nu/ct60/index.php?request=11107 -> http://dhs.nu/bbs-ct60/index.php?request=11107




[All messages in this thread]

Topic Posted by  Date 
ABE etc flashing ThomasW Apr,02.2010-23:23
  Re: ABE etc flashing ThomasW Apr,03.2010-14:31
    Re: ABE etc flashing Beetle Apr,05.2010-12:28
      Re: ABE etc flashing ThomasW Apr,05.2010-18:03
        Re: ABE etc flashing ThomasW Apr,08.2010-17:51
          Re: ABE etc flashing mikro Apr,09.2010-16:21
            Re: ABE etc flashing ThomasW Apr,11.2010-12:15
              Re: ABE etc flashing mikro Apr,11.2010-13:05
                Re: ABE etc flashing ThomasW Apr,11.2010-19:39
                  Re: ABE etc flashing mikro Apr,12.2010-08:31
                    Re: ABE etc flashing ThomasW Apr,12.2010-19:37
                      Re: ABE etc flashing Beetle Apr,12.2010-20:24
                        Re: ABE etc flashing ThomasW Apr,13.2010-00:43
                      Re: ABE etc flashing mikro Apr,13.2010-08:58
    Re: ABE etc flashing mikro Jul,09.2018-22:24


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