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This familiarization article doesn’t contain nuances of technical procedure and can’t cover ends and outs of pinout determination. So if you don’t have practice in monolith soldering then we advise to play for safety and don’t start it. This process … Continue reading
There are a lot of different memory chips with reading problems such as not corrected ECC errors, dump filled by “FF” or other pattern etc. In this article we would like to talk about different problematic memory chips and solutions … Continue reading
When you read memory chip in PC-3000 Flash reader its raw image is stored into “dmp” file (you can find this file in folder of task) sector by sector. Reared creates the dump of chip in accordance with memory chip … Continue reading
This video will describe the procedure of unsoldering memory chips in BGA/LGA-52 package. Don’t forget to turn on the English subtitles and annotations! Current Video does not contain any sound! Only subtitles in Russian and in English!
Starting from PC-3000 Flash SSD Edition ver. 6.2.1 new function of readout has been added. This feature allows to apply auto verification + ECC and reread bad pages from memory chips with better quality result. Modern memory chips contain a … Continue reading