PCM Hammer Release 014

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Re: PCM Hammer Release 014

Postby Gampy » Thu Sep 17, 2020 9:46 am

GeoNV,

Are you saying these logs are from a different PC??

They have the same rouge lines ...
[05:40:36:203] Kernel upload 9% complete.
[05:40:38:328] Voltage:
[05:40:38:343] Kernel upload 22% complete.
[05:40:39:444] Kernel upload 35% complete.
[05:40:40:510] Kernel upload 48% complete.
[05:40:41:743] Kernel upload 61% complete.
[05:40:42:823] Kernel upload 74% complete.
[05:40:43:995] Kernel upload 87% complete.
[05:40:45:061] Kernel upload 100% complete.
[05:40:45:575] Kernel Version: 010301BB
[05:40:45:591] Kernel uploaded to PCM succesfully.
[05:40:45:748] PCM and image file are both operating system 12587603
[05:40:45:954] Flash chip: Intel 28F800B, 1mb
[05:40:46:003] Calculating CRCs from file...
[05:40:46:081] Requesting CRCs from PCM...
[05:40:49:564] Elm ID:
[05:40:58:532] Range File CRC PCM CRC Verdict Purpose
[05:40:58:548] 0E0000-0FFFFF not needed not needed n/a OperatingSystem
[05:40:58:563] 0C0000-0DFFFF not needed not needed n/a OperatingSystem
[05:40:58:579] 0A0000-0BFFFF not needed not needed n/a OperatingSystem
[05:40:58:579] 080000-09FFFF not needed not needed n/a OperatingSystem
[05:40:58:595] 060000-07FFFF not needed not needed n/a OperatingSystem
[05:40:58:610] 040000-05FFFF not needed not needed n/a OperatingSystem
[05:40:58:626] 020000-03FFFF not needed not needed n/a OperatingSystem
[05:41:00:785] All Pro ID:
[05:41:05:401] 008000-01FFFF 81AA5ABE 0C0A549F Different Calibration
[05:41:05:416] 006000-007FFF not needed not needed n/a Parameter
[05:41:05:432] 004000-005FFF not needed not needed n/a Parameter
[05:41:05:448] 000000-003FFF not needed not needed n/a Boot
[05:41:05:510] Processing range 008000-01FFFF
[05:41:05:510] Pretending to erase.
[05:41:05:526] Pretending to write...
[05:41:05:541] Address % Done Time Remaining
[05:41:05:651] 0x008000 0% Measuring write speed...
[05:41:06:888] 0x008400 1% Measuring write speed...
[05:41:08:076] 0x008800 2% Measuring write speed...
[05:41:09:367] 0x008C00 3% Measuring write speed...
[05:41:10:524] 0x009000 4% Measuring write speed...
[05:41:12:035] All Pro self test result:
[05:41:12:222] 0x009400 5% Measuring write speed...
[05:41:13:447] 0x009800 6% Measuring write speed...
[05:41:14:615] 0x009C00 7% Measuring write speed...
[05:41:15:887] 0x00A000 8% 01:53
[05:41:17:287] 0x00A400 9% 01:53
[05:41:18:551] 0x00A800 10% 01:52
[05:41:19:750] 0x00AC00 11% 01:50
[05:41:20:880] 0x00B000 12% 01:47
[05:41:23:289] All Pro firmware:
[05:41:23:367] 0x00B400 13% 01:54


Then there is (from the debug log),
[05:40:36:265] TX: STPX H:6D10F0, R:1, L:1033
[05:40:36:328] TX: ... Wacked off
[05:40:38:328] Voltage:
[05:40:37:265] RX: 6D F0 10 76 00 73
[05:40:38:343] TX: AT I
Note the time stamps ...

And again,
[05:40:47:363] TX: AT ST 06
[05:40:47:379] OK
[05:40:49:564] Elm ID:
[05:40:48:407] Timeout during receive.
[05:40:49:572] Initializing PcmHacking.AllProDeviceImplementation
[05:40:49:572] Sending 'test device present' notification.
Again, note the time stamps ...

And repeats for all the rouge entries.
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Re: PCM Hammer Release 014

Postby engineman » Fri Sep 18, 2020 12:55 am

The latest PCM Hammer that functioned with my AVT-852 is ver. 10. Anything later only recognizes the AVT and not the PCM. The options are ghosted and non-functional. I have attempted to reload drivers with no avail.

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Re: PCM Hammer Release 014

Postby Gampy » Fri Sep 18, 2020 2:00 am

I do not have an AVT-852, I do believe one of the developers does, I suspect it works ... So we need to find out why it doesn't for you.

What "options are ghosted"??
Does it allow you to select the AVT and Comm port, does it save it so the next time you open PcmHammer, the AVT is already selected??
Does the user have write permissions to the PcmHammer directory??
Anything in the Debug log??
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Re: PCM Hammer Release 014

Postby antus » Fri Sep 18, 2020 8:45 am

yes I have an avt-852 and can confirm I have been testing and it is working in at least 014. There was an earlier version where it did not but we fixed that.
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