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script 4 rom11 bod

liamliam

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#1
ive just bought a t911 of a freind
he has flashed the onboard atmels with the
new d13.hex
i put a rom11 in and this is wat im gettin
INITIAL PARAMETERS

Glitch Delay = 00E9
VCC = 30
Glitch Type = 0A

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Sc.Read: Timeout Reading Data From Card - 2 Bytes Requested, 0 Bytes Read, Continuing Script

Script Error on Line 176
Sc.GetByte: Requested Byte Exceeds Last Read Request

i think i need a bod script i cant seem to find itcan some1 help me out
im ntl
 

liamliam

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thanks

tried that m8 got a little further and then the same as
my last post im useing winex 5.4(and tried winex 50)
im ready 2 go crazy lol is there any setting in the config
or fiewall
 

liamliam

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INITIAL PARAMETERS

Glitch Delay = 00E9
VCC = 30
Glitch Type = 0A

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Sc.Read: Timeout Reading Data From Card - 2 Bytes Requested, 0 Bytes Read, Continuing Script

Script Error on Line 176
Sc.GetByte: Requested Byte Exceeds Last Read Request

this is wat im gettin
 

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Use My Looper settings, and ensure winexplorer is running in win98 compatibility mode. Oh yeah and ensure you installed windows scripting sct10en.exe.

If newd13x ensure GlitchMax = 9, not 10, in the script.
 

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#8
The line in the script that says
GlitchMax = 10 '7 is standard - 7, 8, or 9
Change to
GlitchMax = 9 '7 is standard - 7, 8, or 9

Also here's My Looper settings:-
[my looper]
BaudRate=115200
ResetBaudRate=115200
ResetDelay=100
ByteDelay=100
RxByteTimeout=3000
Parity=0
StopBits=0
FlushBeforeWrite=1
FlushEchoByte=0
DTRControl=0
RTSControl=1
ResetMode=2
IgnoreTimeouts=0
ResetAfterTimeout=0
ResetLine=1
LogTransactions=0
DisplayUSW=0
DisplayFuse=0
ByteConvention=1
 

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Hiya, what was wrong? Ye never know, your solution may help someone, some day.
 

liamliam

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i used these settings
The line in the script that says
GlitchMax = 10 '7 is standard - 7, 8, or 9
Change to
GlitchMax = 9 '7 is standard - 7, 8, or 9

Also here's My Looper settings:-
[my looper]
BaudRate=115200
ResetBaudRate=115200
ResetDelay=100
ByteDelay=100
RxByteTimeout=3000
Parity=0
StopBits=0
FlushBeforeWrite=1
FlushEchoByte=0
DTRControl=0
RTSControl=1
ResetMode=2
IgnoreTimeouts=0
ResetAfterTimeout=0
ResetLine=1
LogTransactions=0
DisplayUSW=0
DisplayFuse=0
ByteConvention=1
thanks again
 

didi1212

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hi i followed ur settings in this i have got futher but keep getting this error any help would be great thanks .Sc.Read: Timeout Reading Data From Card - 2 Bytes Requested, 0 Bytes Read, Continuing Script

Script Error on Line 171
Sc.GetByte: Requested Byte Exceeds Last Read Request
 

FiGgY132

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#14
would have been better starting your own thread m8.
Script Error on Line 171 could mean your VCC is way too low - try slowing turning your pot anti-clockwise whilst you keep restarting the script - hopefully you will see the VCC rise from something like FFFFFFF0 to between 1A and 30
better still, get a multimeter and measure pot resistance, think it should default somewhere between 2.2k and 2.4k
 

TBC

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#15
would be infinately better if someone added a vcc value check prior to it being sent to the glitcher in the set vcc command

if vcc<1 then
vcc=1
sc.print "^"
end if

this might stop the bombing and print ^ on each circuit to indicate you should raise you vcc on the pot..

insert just before the vcc is set in the script.

tbc