Originally Posted by playerkp420
I have eventually got WinSkeet to recognize both nand chips. With a lot of adjusting the clip with a spring clamp. I can get WinSkeet to make a dump, without any of the blocks failing verification.
But when I try to "UNSCRAMBLE then interleave two NAND flashes into one unified dump." I get errors and it will not complete the process.
I get a 248 MB bin file, and a empty .ext folder.
I guess I just need to keep trying. Or bust out the soldering iron. LOL.
As for the e3 nor clip, I did have to modify it a little. So it would fit on some models. But no where near the trouble I am having with this 360 nand clip.
I had to shave some of the sides the same way, but not as much.
And I am able to clip it on the nor chip and tape it down (no clamping). I get a good dump first try, every time with the e3 nor clip.
sounds like one of the nand clips still isnt connected propperly.
with the clip that you have the least trouble with
can you connect it to the first nand and do a dump then connect it to the second nand and do a dump (i think you have to change the position on the Y connector aswell for each nand)
then try flow rebuilders option: "UNSCRAMBLE then interleave two NAND flashes into one unified dump."
and see if thats any better.
if not then try with the "dodgy" one
btw none of the pins look stuck do they?
& are you using the latest flow rebuilder?