NandPro +w16 on virtual file not working

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LazyJones

NandPro +w16 on virtual file not working

Post by LazyJones » Sat Feb 18, 2012 3:05 am

I've done the following (NandPro v3.0a):

1) Nandpro.exe lpt: +w16 image_00000000.ecc
2) Nandpro.exe lpt: -r16 verify1-lpt.bin 0 50
Files differ in SPARE area (that's correct..)

1) Copy image_00000000.ecc verify2-virtual.bin
2) Nandpro.exe verify2-virtual.bin: +w16 image_00000000.ecc

In this (virtual file) attempt image_00000000.ecc and verify2-virtual.bin do match. The SPARE area hasn't been touched at all and i cannot compare it to my -r16 image (to actually verify my lpt flashing).

Does +w16 not work on virtual files?

xb0xguru

Re: NandPro +w16 on virtual file not working

Post by xb0xguru » Fri Aug 31, 2012 5:49 pm

Noticed you've not had a reply on this and I know it's old, but...

Yes, NANDpro WILL work with virtual files but it needs to be a valid NAND dump including a valid header.

an .ecc file is not a valid NAND image, so won't work. Had you attempted this with a valid dump it would have worked.

sk1080

Re: NandPro +w16 on virtual file not working

Post by sk1080 » Fri Aug 31, 2012 5:51 pm

At this length the chance of the user coming back and looking is slim

LazyJones

Re: NandPro +w16 on virtual file not working

Post by LazyJones » Fri Aug 31, 2012 10:17 pm

@sk1080:
No problem.. I can read minds.

@xb0xguru:
Thanks for clearing that up.
Would be helpful to have that working on partial images as well though.

xb0xguru

Re: NandPro +w16 on virtual file not working

Post by xb0xguru » Mon Sep 17, 2012 5:22 pm

Yes, I know - not the quickest in replying....

If you wanted to apply to a partial image, just keep a donor image at hand and +w16 the file at block 0. Then dump (-r16) the file out to a .bin file.

Open both partial and new bin in a Hex editor and paste the .bin file into the partial at address 0x0.

LazyJones

Re: NandPro +w16 on virtual file not working

Post by LazyJones » Mon Sep 17, 2012 6:05 pm

Will try that next time... thanks.  :)

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