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 Post subject: ID 86 84 24 5F
PostPosted: April 11th, 2019, 13:04 
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I have a Micro Center UFD Monolith that keeps giving me the ID 86 84 24 5F.
I have wired her up a few times and always get the same ID.
Anyone seen that ID before?

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Show photo of monolith.

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 Post subject: Re: ID 86 84 24 5F
PostPosted: April 11th, 2019, 13:32 
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Here you go.


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 Post subject: Re: ID 86 84 24 5F
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Are you sure if you not mix wires from data channel?

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 Post subject: Re: ID 86 84 24 5F
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or you didn't short the wires on the data bus?

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 Post subject: Re: ID 86 84 24 5F
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arvika wrote:
Are you sure if you not mix wires from data channel?

Checked and all okay.

jeremyb wrote:
or you didn't short the wires on the data bus?

Not sure I understand?

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 Post subject: Re: ID 86 84 24 5F
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ddrecovery wrote:
jeremyb wrote:
or you didn't short the wires on the data bus?

Not sure I understand?

It may be a red herring, but bit #2 is always 1. The other bits change state.

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 Post subject: Re: ID 86 84 24 5F
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I think ID should be 0x88 0x89 0x28 0x5F

wiring looks like correct pinout used.

is this point broken?
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Maybe go over the whole thing with microscope and look for any solder bridges or balls fallen onto PCB or cracks.


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 Post subject: Re: ID 86 84 24 5F
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How about ID=0x89,0x88,0x28,0x5F,0x00,0x00

https://www.usbdev.ru/databases/toauflist/ic98/

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86       84       24       5F
10000110 10000100 00100100 010111111
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10001001 10001000 00101000 010111111
89       88       28       5F

This is what you would get if bit 0 were swapped with bit 1, and bit 2 with bit 3.

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 Post subject: Re: ID 86 84 24 5F
PostPosted: April 12th, 2019, 9:59 
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Franc, yes, mine was a typo. that is a valid ID for a device with 1 bank of 8GB. Tim, what is the device capacity?


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 Post subject: Re: ID 86 84 24 5F
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It is a 16gb chip. But only reads as having one part.

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Thanks for the responses. Not sure where to take it from here. I have double and treble checked the pinout and it is wired correctly.

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I am not sure I understand the correlation between the flipped bits and the pinout of the monolith?
What would you guys suggest I try?

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ddrecovery wrote:
I am not sure I understand the correlation between the flipped bits and the pinout of the monolith?
What would you guys suggest I try?

If I'm right, then you should swap data bit 0 with data bit 1, and bit 2 with bit 3.

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fzabkar wrote:
ddrecovery wrote:
I am not sure I understand the correlation between the flipped bits and the pinout of the monolith?
What would you guys suggest I try?

If I'm right, then you should swap data bit 0 with data bit 1, and bit 2 with bit 3.

Many thanks I will give it a try.

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