Problem Reading NAND with J-Runner

SpyMachine

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Jun 4, 2013
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Hi guys, sorry kind of a noob here, so I hope I'm not doing something really dumb.

I'm trying to do the r-jtag hack with the ultimate kit but I keep getting errors in J-Runner. I get different errors ranging from:

Version: 10
Flash Config: 0xFFFFFFFF
Error: FFF reading block 0
Error: FFF reading block 1
Error: FFF reading block 2
Error: FFF reading block 3
Reading Nand to B:\J-Runner v02 Beta (288) Core Pack.rar\J-Runner v02 Beta (288) Core Pack\output\nanddump1.bin
Can not Continue

Version: 10
Flash Config: 0x00000000
Can not Continue

On the J-Runner board, there are 2 switches. I've read that the one on the side of the reset button should be to away from the reset button, but I'm not sure about the other one.

I have made sure that the power is plugged in and that I installed the proper drivers. I'm pretty sure my QSBs are installed properly but I will include a picture just in case.

Here's some additional info just in case:

Motherboard: Zephyr
Dash: 2.0.15574.0

Thanks!!

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skillet34

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Your nand x qsb doesn't even look soldered. Is it? At least 3 of the points are not making contact
 
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SpyMachine

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no... :facepalm: I thought the contact of the qsb was all I needed. Sorry for the dumb question.

On the qsb v3, should I only solder the points that I need, or all of them?
 

Antalpromille

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no... :facepalm: I thought the contact of the qsb was all I needed. Sorry for the dumb question.

On the qsb v3, should I only solder the points that I need, or all of them?
Solder all of them.
 

DreamZ

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no... :facepalm: I thought the contact of the qsb was all I needed. Sorry for the dumb question.

On the qsb v3, should I only solder the points that I need, or all of them?
Oh wow it gets better.

You need to solder the contacts to the qsb. Its designed to save wires everywhere.

Got to admit thats got to be thread of the week