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    Re: Another alternate STBY_CLK for SLIM

    i will tell the shop to give me a copy of my nand and cpu key on a usb stick.

    i somewhere actually read that you can read write nand but it takes long on this forum.

    I dont want to read write nand if i dont have to, all want to update my CR with it.
    "Fully compatible with iMPACT software and tested 100% with various Xilinx products that have a JTAG port including the Xecuter CoolRunner.
    Comes complete with an Xecuter CK3 custom power cable for the Xecuter CoolRunner while updating over LPT."
    I doubt i need to read write nand each time i want to make an complete update of my coolrunner

    Please advice me on the slim qsb
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    Re: Another alternate STBY_CLK for SLIM

    Quote Originally Posted by cassinni View Post
    i will tell the shop to give me a copy of my nand and cpu key on a usb stick.

    i somewhere actually read that you can read write nand but it takes long on this forum.

    I dont want to read write nand if i dont have to, all want to update my CR with it.
    "Fully compatible with iMPACT software and tested 100% with various Xilinx products that have a JTAG port including the Xecuter CoolRunner.
    Comes complete with an Xecuter CK3 custom power cable for the Xecuter CoolRunner while updating over LPT."
    I doubt i need to read write nand each time i want to make an complete update of my coolrunner

    Please advice me on the slim qsb
    Your Xilinx cable can only be used for programming Coolrunner.

    With QSB's and a Nand-x reader you can both read/write nand AND program Coolrunner. So its pretty clever.


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    Re: Another alternate STBY_CLK for SLIM

    but you aint using a slim qsb yourself?
    why would i need to re-read and re-write my nand if i want to update coolrunner and xbox dashboard?

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    Re: Another alternate STBY_CLK for SLIM

    Quote Originally Posted by cassinni View Post
    but you aint using a slim qsb yourself?
    why would i need to re-read and re-write my nand if i want to update coolrunner and xbox dashboard?
    No I'm not using QSB's

    But you do need to write to nand to update dashboard. You can do that with Rawflash on a USB stick.

    I was just explaining the differences between a Xilinx cable and QSB/Nand-x


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    Re: Another alternate STBY_CLK for SLIM

    Quote Originally Posted by cassinni View Post
    but you aint using a slim qsb yourself?
    why would i need to re-read and re-write my nand if i want to update coolrunner and xbox dashboard?
    This just shows how little you understand of the process.

    The programming of the coolrunner is a one-time operation. The reading and writing of your console's NAND is an entirely different thing. I suggest more reading is required.

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    Re: Another alternate STBY_CLK for SLIM

    Quote Originally Posted by esbmaepo View Post
    No I'm not using QSB's
    But you do need to write to nand to update dashboard. You can do that with Rawflash on a USB stick.
    why wouldnt you use the slim qsb?
    so if i already have my nand backuped i can use my flashy new team xecuter xlinix lpt cable and rawflash instead of the nandx

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    Re: Another alternate STBY_CLK for SLIM

    Quote Originally Posted by cassinni View Post
    why wouldnt you use the slim qsb?
    so if i already have my nand backuped i can use my flashy new team xecuter xlinix lpt cable and rawflash instead of the nandx
    How did you back up your NAND?

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    Re: Another alternate STBY_CLK for SLIM

    Quote Originally Posted by cassinni View Post
    i will tell the shop to give me a copy of my nand and cpu key on a usb stick.
    he has a tool to read/write nand obviously
    he also has the nandx but he prefers to use some other teams tool, i dont know why he isnt the tx fan in general.

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    Re: Another alternate STBY_CLK for SLIM

    Quote Originally Posted by cassinni View Post
    why wouldnt you use the slim qsb?
    so if i already have my nand backuped i can use my flashy new team xecuter xlinix lpt cable and rawflash instead of the nandx
    I'm not using a TX nand reader, so I solder wires directly to board. When I bought mine, RGH wasn't invented then. But today I would buy a Nand-X because of the double functionality that it has


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    Re: Another alternate STBY_CLK for SLIM

    But when you installed the coolrunner rhg and the nandx were invented
    You more and more sound like a salesman
    I'll see i will first try it without buying a nandx.
    in your previous thread where you solder all cables under the board..does this also work with the slim qsb installed or will there be too much wires for the hdd bay?

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    Re: Another alternate STBY_CLK for SLIM

    Quote Originally Posted by cassinni View Post
    But when you installed the coolrunner rhg and the nandx were invented
    You more and more sound like a salesman
    I'll see i will first try it without buying a nandx.
    in your previous thread where you solder all cables under the board..does this also work with the slim qsb installed or will there be too much wires for the hdd bay?
    Do I sound like a salesman...

    No I'm just being practical. If I DIDN'T have a nand reader AND a Xilinx cable, THEN I would buy a Nand-X because I then would have two functions in one.

    Have you read the install guide for SLIM QSB?


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    Re: Another alternate STBY_CLK for SLIM

    This thread went to noob sh** really fast........
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    You do realize if you ever have a bad flash not having a way to write to the nand directly with a pc will have you finding someone else to do it for you? Costing you more money? Bad flashes happen all the time. Or you do an update with the wrong ldv.

    The comfort of being able to open your console plug in nandx and fix any fault due to some type of bad flash is worth every penny.

    I don't use qsb cause I can solder. If I was having someone else do it I would have qsb installed and a nandx put up just encase something bad happens.

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    Re: Another alternate STBY_CLK for SLIM

    ok, yall won me over. i will ask him to install the slim qsb aswell...as an old sayin goes..better safe than sorry!
    i will wait on buying the nandx thou..with demon and on that stuff going on i will wait until the very last moment before i spent money again

 

 
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