Kein System

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Smiler2005

Guest
#1
Hi,

OK, followed a lot of good advice here last night but now have the dreaded Kein System error.

I used Dbox command centre and uploaded the sportster image to the dbox tmp folder.

At last I managed to find a image.img file listed when I looked for it this time.

However, while carrying out the "write one partition" it hung during the erase flash part. The global progress bar was around half way but it stayed like this for a long time, around 10 mins. All I could do was power it off. I knew what would happen and it did. KEIN SYSTEM.

Now my problem seems to be that the IFA does not seem to even attempt to flash the box. I go through all the setup but still nothing happens when I start the box using up and off buttons behind the panel or simply powering the box on.

I am using the null modem cable and crossover cable also.

Here is the log.

.debug: DDF: Calibrating delay loop... debug: DDF: 67.79 BogoMIPS
debug: BMon V1.0 mID 01
debug: feID 7a gtxID 0b
debug: fpID 5a dsID http://Hallenberg.com
debug: HWrev X5 SWrev 0.81
debug: B/Ex/Fl(MB) 16/00/08
WATCHDOG reset enabled
debug: autoboot aborted from terminal
dbox2:root>
dbox2:root> boot net net net net net net net net net net
debug:
BOOTP/TFTP bootstrap loader (v0.3)
debug:
debug: Transmitting BOOTP request via broadcast
debug: Given up BOOTP/TFTP boot
boot net failed
debug:
BOOTP/TFTP bootstrap loader (v0.3)
debug:
debug: Transmitting BOOTP request via broadcast
debug: Given up BOOTP/TFTP boot
boot net failed
debug:
BOOTP/TFTP bootstrap loader (v0.3)
debug:
debug: Transmitting BOOTP request via broadcast
debug: Given up BOOTP/TFTP boot
boot net failed
debug:
BOOTP/TFTP bootstrap loader (v0.3)
debug:
debug: Transmitting BOOTP request via broadcast
debug: Given up BOOTP/TFTP boot
boot net failed
debug:
BOOTP/TFTP bootstrap loader (v0.3)
debug:
debug: Transmitting BOOTP request via broadcast

------ Systeminformations ------
Selected networkdevice: NVIDIA nForce MCP Networking Controller - Packet Scheduler Miniport (0)
IP-address of the networkdevice: 192.168.1.2
IP-address which the dbox gets: 192.168.1.202
Operatingsystem: Microsoft Windows XP Professional Service Pack 2 (Build 2600)
------ Powered by http://www.dboxservice-hallenberg.de ------


Help will be appreciated as always.
 

P4TCA

'Stupid Scottish White Guy'
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#2
Try and bare with the box. It may take sevreal attempts powering on and off for IFA to work but it should,make sure you are in the correct com port.
 
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Smiler2005

Guest
#4
Yep, it is on 10MB full duplex.

I am getting this error log now
.debug: DDF: Calibrating delay loop... debug: DDF: 67.79 BogoMIPS
debug: BMon V1.0 mID 01
debug: feID 7a gtxID 0b
debug: fpID 5a dsID http://Hallenberg.com
debug: HWrev X5 SWrev 0.81
debug: B/Ex/Fl(MB) 16/00/08
WATCHDOG reset enabled
dbox2:root> debug:
BOOTP/TFTP bootstrap loader (v0.3)
debug:
debug: Transmitting BOOTP request via broadcast
debug: Got BOOTP reply from Server IP 192.168.1.201, My IP 192.168.1.202
debug: Sending TFTP-request for file J/ppcboot45358/ppcboot_nullmodem
debug: Got Block #0050
debug: Got Block #0050
debug: Got Block #0100
debug: Got Block #0150
debug: Got Block #0200
debug: Got Block #0250
debug: Got Block #0300
debug: Got Block #0350
will verify ELF image, start= 0x800000, size= 201596
verify sig: 262
boot net: boot file has no valid signature
Branching to 0x40000


ppcboot 0.6.4 (Apr 11 2002 - 16:10:44)

Initializing...
CPU: PPC823ZTnnA at 67 MHz: 2 kB I-Cache 1 kB D-Cache
*** Warning: CPU Core has Silicon Bugs -- Check the Errata ***
Board: ### No HW ID - assuming TQM8xxL
DRAM: (faked) 32 MB


I am running out of things to try.
 

cooltool

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#5
err i meant HD .. half duplex .. <-!
try it again .. i had that before .. but than suddenly worked ..
 
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Smiler2005

Guest
#6
OK, set to HD but no joy.

The box keeps rebooting while it repeats the errors in the log.

The debug screen with all the numbers appears, it says LADE at the bottom then just loops again.

Then IFA times out and stops.
 

mgb

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debug: B/Ex/Fl(MB) 16/00/08
There is the memory extension board missing or faulty. The box show only 16 MB memory.
 
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Smiler2005

Guest
#11
Well spotted mgb :Cheers:

I took the box apart and sure enough, the board was loose. I refitted the clip and all was well. I uploaded my services file and it works fine.

One slight worry is than when I did a scan it found nothing. I had to re upload my services file to get the channels back.

Once again thnx for the help

Rgds
 
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