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Monday, April 18th 2011, 10:18pm

bricked GigaNAS - 35HD-DUAL-NAS (IDE&SATA) - Problems with FTDI cable

Hello my name is Alex.
I have a bricked GigaNAS - 35HD-DUAL-NAS (IDE&SATA)

I have a buyed a ftdi cable, the TTL-232R-3V3 that works a 3.3v i have use the pinout as http://www.ftdichip.com/Support/Document…232R_CABLES.pdf on page 11
When i connect to my giganas pinout using NAS_FlashTool i have this output.
Can anyone help me??? Please.

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Testing cabletype 3
JTAG-IDCODE: 0xffffffff - not OK
Expected: 0x00526fa1
Bypass-test: 0xffffffff - not OK
Expected: 0xaaab5554

Testing cabletype 4
JTAG-IDCODE: 0x00000000 - not OK
Expected: 0x00526fa1
Bypass-test: 0x5555aaaa - not OK
Expected: 0xaaab5554

Cable type 4 detected.
Short plug detected.


Tanks in Advanced for everyone

:S :S :S

HWguru

NAS2000-Team

Posts: 1,001

Location: Wien

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Tuesday, April 19th 2011, 7:53am

Hi Alex!

Do you have a Giga or DUAL NAS? They are different - Giga NAS would be 35HD-DUAL-NAS-E :!:

There is something wrong with the connection to the NAS.
It there a short between TDI and TDO?

Check each Signal as described at my Wiki article
You will need GND, TCK, TMS TDI, TDO

Your type of adapter does not need the VCC (3.3V) connection because it is an output of the cable.
Did you power on your NAS?

Regards,
HWguru

P.S. I changed the Flash Tool output to "code" at your post.
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