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How do I tell if the memory is fried?

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We got my 10 year old one of these for christmas and everything was going swimmingly till he forced the power socket and broke the sloder joint. He didn't give me it till a couple of days after when the battery had run down. I have repaired and resoldered the connection, charged the battery for 12 hours and can get the hannspad to apx mode. I can rarely get the screen to light up in recovery mode too.

I have been searching for hours in the forums, trying all the nvflash variations I can find and I am finally at the conclusion that the memory must be fried.

This is the best I can get back from NVflash

By pressing any key twice, you will start creating a backup of your tablet!

.

If you do not want to, then close down this command prompt window!

.

Press any key to continue . . .

Press any key to continue . . .

Nvflash started

rcm version 0X20001

System Information:

chip name: t20

chip id: 0x20 major: 1 minor: 3

chip sku: 0x8

chip uid: 0x1714404243bf6297

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

retrieving bct into: hanns.bct

Failed sending command 2 NvError 1179650command failure: getbct failed (bad data

)

bootloader status: Bct file not found (code: 21) message: flags: 1073844220

Nvflash started

[resume mode]

failed executing command 19 NvError 0x120002

command failure: get partition table failed (bad data)

bootloader status: Bct file not found (code: 21) message: flags: 1073844220

Nvflash started

[resume mode]

I really don't know what to try next. I don't want to waste more time if the memory is fried. Any advice would be really appreciated.

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Managed to get slightly more info - though to a nob like me it appears to say give up.

Warning! You are about to overwrite your '33 device to a stock state. Are you su

re you want to do this?

.

By pressing any key twice, you will start restoring your tablet!

.

If you do not want to, then close down this command prompt window!

.

Press any key to continue . . .

Press any key to continue . . .

Nvflash started

rcm version 0X20001

System Information:

chip name: t20

chip id: 0x20 major: 1 minor: 3

chip sku: 0x8

chip uid: 0x1714404243bf6297

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: hanns.bct

- 4080/4080 bytes sent

hanns.bct sent successfully

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

sending file: bootloader.bin

| 941356/941356 bytes sent

bootloader.bin sent successfully

waiting for bootloader to initialize

bootloader downloaded successfully

setting device: 1 0

creating partition: BCT

failed executing command 16 NvError 0x120002

command failure: create failed (bad data)

bootloader status: failed to create the partition (code: 10) message: nverror:0x

b0011 (0xb0011) flags: 0

Please now refer back to the guide section "Finishing the Restoration Procedure.

" included with this backup system/the slatedroid forum thread.

Press any key to continue . . .

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I guess having read every bit of info I can find that if you really know what you are doing you might be able to sort it but to learners like me then you have a lovely new placemat...

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