[nas-2000] Re: Bootloader gone. Serial-Cable weird text

  • From: "flipstar@xxxxxxx" <flipstar@xxxxxxx>
  • To: nas-2000@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 21 Sep 2007 18:28:52 +0200


JERKBALL schrieb:
> Hi,
> got a big problem with my Nas2000. Flashed the Tinky Firmware on my new
> Nas2000.
> Seems, that I wasn’t allowed to flash the Firm on that brand new Nas2000.
> Reaching Redboot was no problem. Flashed as said in the Readme. After
> uploading went fine, I pressed Y and waited…
> Long time nothing happened, then telnet-window showed me, that it wrote
> in specific memory banks or something like that…. 
> Long, long list that suddenly stopped with an „a“ at the beginning of
> the line (which seemed to stand for „a“dress)
> I waited some minutes, then the telnet window showed a message, that the
> connection was terminated…
> „Weird“ I thought, ´cause in the Readme was written, that I would get
> back tot he Redboot Menu for rebooting.  
> I waited some more Minutes and than I couldn’t do anything than
> switching oft he device… 
> No there’s no Redboot answering on anymore… :( 
> I build myself a data cable out of an old black Siemens S45 data cable,
> attached 3,3V to Pin 4 and started over Hyperterm 
> I used 19200 8N1 as said… (hardware control switched off), but all I get
> during switching on the device is „N“  
> Switching off gives me a „FFN“ right behind the „N“ from starting the
> device…  
> I tested 9600 baud, but there I got even less…  
> I ordered the Serial Cable from Icy Box, but I got no answer and I
> belive my Serial Number is too new…  
> What can I do? Help me :)

if the bootloader is broken there is not much you can do ...
The only thing that can help is a J-TAG adapter to rewrite the entire Flash.


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