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nvflash linux help

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Hi ,

Im trying to sort out my vega by restoring stock rom and others from nvflash.

The vega goes into recovery easily enough (back + power) , the linux computer will usually always see it an attempt to flash.

It just fails constantly at different parts of the flash cycle. I've never had it finish , I've waited 60 mins sometimes. Left it between flashses for a couple of hours.

Heres an example of whats happening:



root@000d6104b378:/home/adam/soft# ./nvflash --bct H5PS1G83EFR-S6C_V24_0625.bct --setbct --bl bootloader.bin --configfile flash.cfg --odmdata 0x0b0c0075 --create --go 

Nvflash started

rcm version 0X20001

System Information:

   chip name: t20

   chip id: 0x20 major: 1 minor: 3

   chip sku: 0x8

   chip uid: 0x1714118741df4597

   macrovision: disabled

   hdcp: enabled

   sbk burned: false

   dk burned: false

   boot device: nand

   operating mode: 3

   device config strap: 0

   device config fuse: 0

   sdram config strap: 0


sending file: H5PS1G83EFR-S6C_V24_0625.bct

- 4080/4080 bytes sent

H5PS1G83EFR-S6C_V24_0625.bct sent successfully

odm data: 0xb0c0075

downloading bootloader -- load address: 0x108000 entry point: 0x108000

sending file: bootloader.bin

| 941512/941512 bytes sent

bootloader.bin sent successfully

waiting for bootloader to initialize

bootloader downloaded successfully

setting device: 1 0

creating partition: BCT

creating partition: PT

creating partition: EBT

creating partition: MSC

creating partition: SOS

creating partition: LNX

creating partition: APP

creating partition: CAC

creating partition: USP

creating partition: UDA                                                                                                                                                                                                                 

Formatting partition 2 BCT please wait.. done!                                                                                                                                                                                                

Formatting partition 3 PT please wait.. done!                                                                                                                                                                                                 

Formatting partition 4 EBT please wait.. done!                                                                                                                                                                                                

Formatting partition 5 MSC please wait.. done!                                                                                                                                                                                                

Formatting partition 6 SOS please wait.. done!                                                                                                                                                                                               

Formatting partition 7 LNX please wait.. done!                                                                                                                                                                                                

Formatting partition 8 APP please wait.. done!                                                                                                                                                                                                

Formatting partition 9 CAC please wait.. done!

other times it fails on:

I've tried to flash from two different machines (both ubuntu linux) using a nvflash supplied with VegaICS and the nvflash supplied from nvidia linux tools.

Anyone have any ideas? Im not fussed what software I run ( stock , modded , vegacomb or linux)

Im thinking the NAND has bad blocks - is there a way to install android or ubuntu or something on the sd card and not boot from NAND at all? Or is there a way to get clockwork recovery installed using nvflash and install a rom from there?

Thanks in advance.

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I also noticed this in the syslog:

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Mar 8 19:36:42 000d6104b378 kernel: [ 1080.244106] INFO: task nvflash:1574 blocked for more than 120 seconds.

Mar 8 19:36:42 000d6104b378 kernel: [ 1080.244115] "echo 0 > /proc/sys/kernel/hung_task_timeout_secs" disables this message.

Mar 8 19:36:42 000d6104b378 kernel: [ 1080.244119] nvflash D f0137df0 0 1574 1312 0x00000004

Mar 8 19:36:42 000d6104b378 kernel: [ 1080.244127] f0137dc4 00000086 00000002 f0137df0 00000000 c10e9bb8 f007e78c c183a8c0

Mar 8 19:36:42 000d6104b378 kernel: [ 1080.244136] f8bc8c7c 00000089 f007e788 c183a8c0 c183a8c0 f54068c0 f007e500 c1731f60

Mar 8 19:36:42 000d6104b378 kernel: [ 1080.244144] c11110c0 00000010 f0137dac f007e500 f49ef600 00000001 00000002 c11255c3

Mar 8 19:36:42 000d6104b378 kernel: [ 1080.244153] Call Trace:

Mar 8 19:36:42 000d6104b378 kernel: [ 1080.244171] [<c10e9bb8>] ? tag_pages_for_writeback+0x68/0xb0

Mar 8 19:36:42 000d6104b378 kernel: [ 1080.244479] [<f8bc8c7c>] ? _nv004458rm+0x2c5/0x500 [nvidia]

Mar 8 19:36:42 000d6104b378 kernel: [ 1080.244494] [<c11110c0>] ? dma_pool_alloc+0xf0/0x120

Mar 8 19:36:42 000d6104b378 kernel: [ 1080.244500] [<c11255c3>] ? dentry_open+0x43/0x90

Mar 8 19:36:42 000d6104b378 kernel: [ 1080.244532] [<f81ab000>] ? nfs_writepages_callback+0x0/0x30 [nfs]

Mar 8 19:36:42 000d6104b378 kernel: [ 1080.244543] [<c13b7275>] ? ehci_qtd_alloc.clone.59+0x15/0x60

Mar 8 19:36:42 000d6104b378 kernel: [ 1080.244552] [<c15088dd>] schedule_timeout+0x1ed/0x260

Mar 8 19:36:42 000d6104b378 kernel: [ 1080.244559] [<c13bbcc4>] ? submit_async.clone.60+0x84/0xd0

Mar 8 19:36:42 000d6104b378 kernel: [ 1080.244565] [<c13bc531>] ? ehci_urb_enqueue+0x81/0xf0

Mar 8 19:36:42 000d6104b378 kernel: [ 1080.244570] [<c1508460>] wait_for_common+0xa0/0x130

Mar 8 19:36:42 000d6104b378 kernel: [ 1080.244578] [<c104a0f0>] ? default_wake_function+0x0/0x20

Mar 8 19:36:42 000d6104b378 kernel: [ 1080.244584] [<c15085a2>] wait_for_completion_timeout+0x12/0x20

Mar 8 19:36:42 000d6104b378 kernel: [ 1080.244590] [<c13a6fc1>] usb_start_wait_urb+0x61/0xc0

Mar 8 19:36:42 000d6104b378 kernel: [ 1080.244596] [<c13a70d5>] usb_bulk_msg+0xb5/0x120

Mar 8 19:36:42 000d6104b378 kernel: [ 1080.244602] [<c13af6bd>] proc_bulk+0x23d/0x2d0

Mar 8 19:36:42 000d6104b378 kernel: [ 1080.244608] [<c13b01e0>] usbdev_do_ioctl+0x6c0/0xa80

Mar 8 19:36:42 000d6104b378 kernel: [ 1080.244614] [<c112859d>] ? fput+0x1d/0x30

Mar 8 19:36:42 000d6104b378 kernel: [ 1080.244637] [<f80a60b0>] ? au_hfput+0x50/0x80 [aufs]

Mar 8 19:36:42 000d6104b378 kernel: [ 1080.244646] [<c11415cd>] ? mntput_no_expire+0x2d/0xd0

Mar 8 19:36:42 000d6104b378 kernel: [ 1080.244651] [<c1141688>] ? mntput+0x18/0x30

Mar 8 19:36:42 000d6104b378 kernel: [ 1080.244656] [<c11284e1>] ? __fput+0x121/0x1c0

Mar 8 19:36:42 000d6104b378 kernel: [ 1080.244661] [<c13b05a0>] ? usbdev_ioctl+0x0/0x10

Mar 8 19:36:42 000d6104b378 kernel: [ 1080.244666] [<c13b05ad>] usbdev_ioctl+0xd/0x10

Mar 8 19:36:42 000d6104b378 kernel: [ 1080.244884] [<c11369cb>] do_vfs_ioctl+0x7b/0x2e0

Mar 8 19:36:42 000d6104b378 kernel: [ 1080.244893] [<c112859d>] ? fput+0x1d/0x30

Mar 8 19:36:42 000d6104b378 kernel: [ 1080.244899] [<c1136cb7>] sys_ioctl+0x87/0x90

Mar 8 19:36:42 000d6104b378 kernel: [ 1080.244907] [<c150a4a4>] syscall_call+0x7/0xb

Mar 8 19:36:42 000d6104b378 kernel: [ 1080.244913] [<c1500000>] ? get_cpu_vendor+0x47/0x94

/code]

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