gigablue hd 800 se plus

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  1. malpi

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    good it took me this gigabluehd 800 se plus the problem is that it crashes every two minutes and you have to restart and it is very slow I have gone to change iamgen and the front usb port does not work. (the rear one if it works correctly) there is possibility to change image by another method Thank you
     
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    Seems to me some Dc to Dc regulator ic/cap issue, often the one which should deliver the 5v and probably related to the 7sb voltage delivery.
    But since I do not have this box, I can not say which it is.

    As for flashing, maybe if you use a usb dock station, one which has it's own power supply may work to flash the box.
    However, often it does not work, but sometimes do.
     
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    okay for now I'm going to change 2 capacitors that are bad When I change I comment on the results, thank you
     
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    change capacitors but remains the same it has been left alone in boot and gigablue screen to the front pendrive if 5 volts arrive but it does not blink the pendrive led does not work well port There is a way to load boot or firware with jtag or another method thanks
     
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    I would normally use a terminal program as putty to try to see of what is going on, that is, if it has a rs232 port.

    But as for the boot loader upload, and without using the Usb method, I think than at the jtag/i2c way, but since your receiver just boot, then it seems to me not needed.

    Flashing it on another way than the Usb, I do not think it's possible, or at least not known to me.
    But maybe, by serial method, or what I sometimes do when it's possible (and if I already had a clone backup from it) by the nand flash chip reprogramming, using an nand flash chip programmer device.

    In any case, you may see some reason why it happens in a terminal program if you have the connection for it.
     
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    #!@
    AVS 0.5.5
    B1
    PV=00000333
    PV=00000339
    MV=000003BF
    
    M0
    SHMOO VER MSA 16b 1.17
    MCB
    
    PKID 20130702 003B6000 003B0000 0496103E 00001C00
    
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    t00000020 0000003C
    @00000096 ^00000016
    
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    RDLY W0 00000004
    
    RDQS W0
    
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    BCM97358A1 CFE v3.20, Endian Mode: Little
    Build Date: 20151104165507 (root@gb800seplus)
    Copyright (C) Broadcom Corporation.
    
    
    CPU speed:            751MHz
    DDR Frequency:        796 MHz
    DDR Mode:             DDR3
    Total memory(MEMC 0): 512MB
    MEMC 0 DDR Width:     16
    Boot Device:          NAND
    Total flash:          128MB
    RTS VERSION:          Initial RTS Version
    ETH0_PHY:             INT
    ETH0_MDIO_MODE:       1
    ETH0_SPEED:           100
    ETH0_PHYADDR:         1
    
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    USB device matching <USB Disk> not found!
    Reading flash0.splash: Done. 1244214 bytes read
    Found splash image - Width = 720 Height = 576
    Non Interlaced Replace list 0ebe47b0 0f000000Interlaced Replace list 0ebe52f0 0f
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    Loader:elf Filesys:raw Dev:flash0.kernel File: Options:(null)
    Loading: 0x80001000/9505448 Failed.
    Could not load : I/O error
    Trying again with '-nz' option
    Loading: Failed.
    Could not load : Not an ELF-format executable
    CFE>
    
     
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    Well at least you can see that it failed by loading the elf filesys..
    Code:
    Loader:elf Filesys:raw Dev:flash0.kernel File: Options:(null)
    Loading: 0x80001000/9505448 Failed.
    Could not load : I/O error
    
    Which should be something as this...
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    Loader:elf Filesys:raw Dev:flash0.kernel File: Options:(null)
    Loading: 0x80001000/8194052 0x807d1804/170572 Entry address is 0x80619110
    Starting program at 0x80619110
    
    And should go further with..
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    Linux version 3.14.2 (buildserver@ks211921.kimsufi.com) (gcc version 4.9.1 (GCC) ) #1 Sat Oct 11 21:13:11 CEST 2014
    Fetching vars from bootloader... found 15 vars.
    Options: moca=0 sata=0 pcie=0 usb=1
    Using 512 MB + 0 MB RAM (from CFE)
    MEMC0 split: 256 MB -> Linux; 256 MB -> extra bmem
    bootconsole [early0] enabled
    CPU0 revision is: 00029032 (Broadcom BMIPS3300)
    
    Etc...

    So as far as I see it, it's pretty messed up with the data on the nand flash chip.
    This could be a nand flash chip replacement due a I/O error, or it's a issue between the cpu and one of the eight I/O pins of the nand flash chip.

    I would at least check the solder of the nand flash chip.
    Although it's from the dm800hd, but in this drawing you can see the vdc and I/O pins etc overview.
     
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    What do you recommend me to do then ????? Thank you
     
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    no nand or any chip has been changed only capacitors
     
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    Q; What do you recommend me to do then.....
    A; I think, check/examine the nand chip pins, mainly the I/O pins.
    Check for bad/outdated solder and/or measure them by ohms between a ground, and the pin.
    They should all within a same ohm range.

    Or else I think...
    Re-upload the cfe boot loader by the jtag method, or erase the nand chip to see if it can do it without issues when you have a connection to it with the bbs software.
    When fine, upload the cfe file to it, upload after it is done the software by usb.

    Keep in mind that the usb upload could fail if the nand chip has I/O communication issues to/from the cpu.

    Another idea to check things as for the usb is...
    You should may notice it by insert the usb stick with the software on it, and to look into the putty serial terminal if it attempts to read from it, or at least noticed that it present.

    And another idea could be to connect it to the network and to try to upload thing by putty in telnet mode.
    But I do not know if and how that can be done with these receiver.
    I think google search for gigablue hd 800 se plus telnet to learn more about this method.

    But still, it's all just a few suggestions to help, but it could still be something else instead of what I think it is.
    I have never had this receiver or had it under repair, so it is based entirely on other receivers with similar symptoms.
     
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    i have jtag cypress programmer but what manual would serve me I have looked but I saw for SE model this is the SE PLUS will serve me Thank you and if you can tell me which manual works for me, I appreciate it Thank you so much

    https://ibb.co/GRf9Zd6 drivers
     
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    Sorry, but I'm limited with the knowledge off the type receiver you have.
    As far as I see it you could use the tjag connections as descripbed in this How to use “JTAG” for Gigablue HD800 Solo and SE pdf manual.

    You need the Broadband Studio 3 files broadbandstudio3.msi and bcm97325.msi and the MXIC MX29GA320EL.xml script for accessing the nand chip and for uploading, the cfe file.
    All files can be found in this topic I2C Gigablue HD800UE, but as for the correct cfe file for the SE, i'm not sure you can use the one in the file.

    The only difference between the SE and SE Plus is as far I have read the front panel display.

    As for image file, I think see gigablue-support.org.

    Further is my best advice I think, is to use the google search to... JTAG for Gigablue HD800 SE
     
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    ok I'm going to format a pc with xp if there is luck Thank you