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  1. #1
    Red 13 Guest

    Unhappy Infectus chip help, not able to write to nand?

    Hi,

    I have just installed an Infectus v2 chip on my Fat US CECHG PS3. It is flashed with the dual nand programmer, from the Infectus Programmer 0.0.3.4. I followed the old infectus wiring diagrams, including the +5v and the GND. I also added an external connector to supplay the ps3 with +3.3v during cold dumps (i use a PC PSU).

    I have been able to take some cold dumps, that have had the same hash. I used NDT's PS3 NAND Programmer 1.41. Then i erased one of the nands just to try it out, it worked, it is no blank. But now i am not able to write back to the nand!!

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    I get Flash Write Error on all the 1024 write cycles... Have i done something wrong on the computer or is there a bad soldering point somewhere? From what i can see from ther wiring diagrams and the K9F1G08U0A datasheet, i should not have been able to dump it, and erase it, if there was a bad connection.

    Need help from some one with experiance.

  2. #2
    GrandpaHomer Guest
    Well - in theory - one loose data (or maybe even address) pin might still let you seemingly succesfully "read" and "erase" but then it most probably fails on programing.

  3. #3
    xameleon Guest
    please can you share the installation diagram of infectus v2? is the same with v1?

  4. #4
    tri Guest
    I have same problem too, have you solve your problem anyway?? pls need advice thanks

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