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26 may 1999

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As I knew I would...

Funcard AU.

When I'm writing the card with my Infinity USB Unlimited it only gets to 1% and I get :write ext.eeprom (verify error).

Why didn't I just put the new RSt in instead?

Anyone care to talk me through the process?

You'll probably need to be patient.
 

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didnt know there was a funcard au m8 but might be wrong ,would be nice tho
 

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Hi m8

I had a problem with USB unlimited cured it by renaming ext. eeprom with a .bin extension and card worked fine. Give us a shout if that doesn,t work and I will try to help.

Cheers
Rigsbybeer
 

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Hi :Smileysex
I bet Rigsbybeer is right
the image u saved was a bn11 file
and u need to right a bin file to eeprom
Open up my computer
Click tools tab folder options-view
Now untick the hide extensions for know file type
Now u can change the bn11 to bin
Hope u r on xp dunno how it is on other op systems
 

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26 may 1999 said:
As I knew I would...
Funcard AU.
When I'm writing the card with my Infinity USB Unlimited it only gets to 1% and I get :write ext.eeprom (verify error).
Why didn't I just put the new RSt in instead?
Anyone care to talk me through the process?
You'll probably need to be patient.
Open "your area".bn11 file in Nagraedit and make your changes and save it. Right click and rename it with a .bin extension.
Run your usb infinity program and erase the flash and int.eeprom files and your ext.eeprom.
Load the CryptHex, "your area".hex file as your flash file.
Load the CryptHexEEP.hex file as your int.eeprom file
Load your saved bin file as your ext.eeprom file and write your card.
That is how I did mine using the same programmer as you. Thanks to the CRPYTCREW.
Regards.........Chookey​
 

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Thanks for the help guys...

I'm still getting the erase ext.eeprom (verify error) message.

I know I'm getting close.
 

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OK managed to erase the card then load up the three files but when I put it in the box it's just a black screen for so long and then the this channel is unavailable screen.
 

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try this unplug box put card in
boot box into engineers menu
go to card page it will say wait
when it says ok
reboot
works for me
 

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you might want to uncheck verify during programming mate!!!! in options.
 

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davidh said:
try this unplug box put card in
boot box into engineers menu
go to card page it will say wait
when it says ok
reboot
works for me

Is that like going for a 'Long stand'?
 
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