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I get an error when flashing my B7300

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Hi Guys,

Can someone help me and explain why I'm getting this error when I flash my B7300?

[setup:1] BootLoader requires downloaer tool version 18

Here is full log details taken from BUCKINGHAM

OnDeviceChange - DBT_DEVICEARRIVAL

[setup] Windows Vista

[setup] Download PDA Ram Sector Size :87 MB

OnDeviceChange - DBT_DEVICEARRIVAL

SEND ATUD

READ OKUD

[setup:1] PDA Device Found! TimeOut:3

[setup:1] Target Device EBOOT version = 0703

[Down] EBoot Image.

[Down] PDA Image.

[Down] CSC Image.

[Down] LANGPACK Image.

[Down] Phone Image.

[setup:1] PDA Sector Size = 92160000

[EBoot:1] Flash EBOOT_COMMAND_NOTIFY_UPDATE_IMAGE TRUE

[EBoot:1] m_dwEraseNvCase = 80000210

[EBoot:1] Download to 0x0

[EBoot:1] Size: 1179648 Bytes

[EBoot:1] Flash programming

[setup:1] BootLoader requires downloaer tool version 18

[setup:1] Try downloading again

[setup:1] Re-Boot device and Close USB port

Thanks!

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Hi Guys,

Can someone help me and explain why I'm getting this error when I flash my B7300?

[setup:1] BootLoader requires downloaer tool version 18

Here is full log details taken from BUCKINGHAM

OnDeviceChange - DBT_DEVICEARRIVAL

[setup] Windows Vista

[setup] Download PDA Ram Sector Size :87 MB

OnDeviceChange - DBT_DEVICEARRIVAL

SEND ATUD

READ OKUD

[setup:1] PDA Device Found! TimeOut:3

[setup:1] Target Device EBOOT version = 0703

[Down] EBoot Image.

[Down] PDA Image.

[Down] CSC Image.

[Down] LANGPACK Image.

[Down] Phone Image.

[setup:1] PDA Sector Size = 92160000

[EBoot:1] Flash EBOOT_COMMAND_NOTIFY_UPDATE_IMAGE TRUE

[EBoot:1] m_dwEraseNvCase = 80000210

[EBoot:1] Download to 0x0

[EBoot:1] Size: 1179648 Bytes

[EBoot:1] Flash programming

[setup:1] BootLoader requires downloaer tool version 18

[setup:1] Try downloading again

[setup:1] Re-Boot device and Close USB port

Thanks!

i used to have your problem and the problem was that my PC OS is 64 bit so you will need to perform this operation with a 32 bit OS

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i used to have your problem and the problem was that my PC OS is 64 bit so you will need to perform this operation with a 32 bit OS

Me too. Try in a windows XP 32bits, it work.

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