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Author:  mariusz_mgdrs [ June 12th, 2019, 10:45 ]
Post subject:  Pinout scheme of 8GB Kingston DTSE9 monolith USB

Hi everyone,
One of my colleagues brought to me 8GB Kingston DTSE9 monolith USB memory. The system did not see it. I removed the upper coating and got access to the copper layer. I have searched the net but I could not find the right pinout scheme. Maybe some of you had already same problem and could assist. Thank you in advance for your help.
Mariusz

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Author:  pcimage [ June 12th, 2019, 10:54 ]
Post subject:  Re: Pinout scheme of 8GB Kingston DTSE9 monolith USB

May I ask, which flash recovery tool are you planning to use with this device?

Soft Center? PC3k Flash? VNR?

It’s a pretty common pinout and readily available from the above developers.

Author:  arvika [ June 12th, 2019, 16:00 ]
Post subject:  Re: Pinout scheme of 8GB Kingston DTSE9 monolith USB

If you can outsource case let me know.

Author:  mariusz_mgdrs [ June 13th, 2019, 4:56 ]
Post subject:  Re: Pinout scheme of 8GB Kingston DTSE9 monolith USB

I was going to use PC3k Flash, but I could not find this scheme on http://www.pc3000flash.com/solbase/mono ... 8&lang=eng.
Would you be able to assist ?

Author:  mariusz_mgdrs [ June 13th, 2019, 7:29 ]
Post subject:  Re: Pinout scheme of 8GB Kingston DTSE9 monolith USB

I was going to use PC3k Flash, but I could not find the right scheme in ACELab global solution center. Any help with this scheme would be much appreciated.

Author:  lcoughey [ June 13th, 2019, 8:06 ]
Post subject:  Re: Pinout scheme of 8GB Kingston DTSE9 monolith USB

As I see it, you have several options:

1. Pay someone who has figured it out to provide it to you
2. Outsource to someone who has it figured out
3. Buy the tools necessary to figure it out yourself
4. Wait and see if it ever shows up in the ACE global solution center

To be honest, having Arvika in the same country makes it a no brainer to outsource to them.

Author:  digisupport [ June 13th, 2019, 10:12 ]
Post subject:  Re: Pinout scheme of 8GB Kingston DTSE9 monolith USB

arvika wrote:
If you can outsource case let me know.


+1 outsource to arvika

Author:  pcimage [ June 13th, 2019, 14:37 ]
Post subject:  Re: Pinout scheme of 8GB Kingston DTSE9 monolith USB

digisupport wrote:
arvika wrote:
If you can outsource case let me know.


+1 outsource to arvika


+2 for Arvika, he’s local to you :-)

Author:  jeremyb [ June 13th, 2019, 23:28 ]
Post subject:  Re: Pinout scheme of 8GB Kingston DTSE9 monolith USB

A common failure on this model is the fuse blowing.. measure +5 to GND for resistance, if there is none it is a blown fuse, fix it accordingly :-)

Author:  HaQue [ June 14th, 2019, 7:17 ]
Post subject:  Re: Pinout scheme of 8GB Kingston DTSE9 monolith USB

jeremyb wrote:
A common failure on this model is the fuse blowing.. measure +5 to GND for resistance, if there is none it is a blown fuse, fix it accordingly :-)


Yep, Just use the X-ray machine and Lazer you have laying around...

Author:  fzabkar [ June 14th, 2019, 17:27 ]
Post subject:  Re: Pinout scheme of 8GB Kingston DTSE9 monolith USB

HaQue wrote:
jeremyb wrote:
A common failure on this model is the fuse blowing.. measure +5 to GND for resistance, if there is none it is a blown fuse, fix it accordingly :-)

Yep, Just use the X-ray machine and Lazer you have laying around...

If you know the location of the uncovered V+ pad (B), then measure its resistance to the corresponding pin (A) of the edge connector. No need for a laser.

However, before bridging the fuse (F), I would first confirm that there is no excessively low resistance between V+ and ground.

Code:
                  controller
           F      .---------.    .------.
       A  ___  B  |   .----.|    |      |
+5V o--+-|___|-+------|3.3V|---+-|      |
       |       |  |   |reg ||  | |      |
      ---      |  |   '----'|  | | NAND |
      ---      |  |         |  | |      |
       |       |  '---------'  | '------'
Gnd o--+       |               |
       |      ---             ---
      ===     --- capacitors  ---
      GND      |               |
              ===             ===
              GND             GND

The above diagram is for a USB flash drive, but the principle is the same.

BTW, have people never heard of cropping their images?

Author:  ddrecovery [ June 14th, 2019, 17:33 ]
Post subject:  Re: Pinout scheme of 8GB Kingston DTSE9 monolith USB

fzabkar wrote:
BTW, have people never heard of cropping their images?

Personally I think it is a very nice table.... :wink:

Author:  jeremyb [ June 17th, 2019, 10:24 ]
Post subject:  Re: Pinout scheme of 8GB Kingston DTSE9 monolith USB

HaQue wrote:
jeremyb wrote:
A common failure on this model is the fuse blowing.. measure +5 to GND for resistance, if there is none it is a blown fuse, fix it accordingly :-)


Yep, Just use the X-ray machine and Lazer you have laying around...

You don't need an X-Ray, its very very easy to guess where the fuse is..

The question is how to get into the monolithic chip easily, perhaps a CNC machine???

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