PCM Hammer Release 014

They go by many names, P01, P59, VPW, '0411 etc . Circa 1999 to 2006. All VPW OBD2 PCMs.
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Re: PCM Hammer Release 014

Postby Jim Blackwood » Tue Apr 28, 2020 12:56 pm

That does seem to be the case. I spent a lot of time on it today, reconfiguring, reloading, updating drivers, trying different computers, trying variations. All very unscientific. In the end I did not definitively prove anything, but the last steps I took before achieving success involved shutting down bluetooth and removing the OBDLink from every bluetooth devices list on every device in the area, including most notably cell phones and computers and then being very careful to enable and load the OBDL on only the computer I wanted to test. Success came first on the desktop unit... not really helpful for datalogging but a good indicator. After that I got the tuning laptop to work. Quite a success for me because I was honestly considering buying another laptop (which I do not need).

So I agree, the issue here does seem to be bluetooth interference. Although after those driver upgrades I can't swear to it as the only cause. I wish I had more to offer.

I suppose eventually Windows will be taught to make the bluetooth connection that you want and ignore the others but that may be awhile. Android seems to do it a little better at this point. But it puts me in mind of the old IRQ and address assignments we used to have to make manually back in the stone ages. As much work as it was, sometimes things seemed to be simpler back then. Odds are they were not.

Anyway, thanks again for the help, and you guys are the greatest. Onward we go.

Jim

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Re: PCM Hammer Release 014

Postby MudDuck514 » Tue Apr 28, 2020 11:13 pm

Jim Blackwood wrote: But it puts me in mind of the old IRQ and address assignments we used to have to make manually back in the stone ages. As much work as it was, sometimes things seemed to be simpler back then. Odds are they were not.

Anyway, thanks again for the help, and you guys are the greatest. Onward we go.

Jim


Hi all,

Jim I, too remember those "good old days" before windows 95, guess it shows our age a bit eh?

Mike

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Re: PCM Hammer Release 014

Postby nosnhojymerej » Sun May 10, 2020 3:51 am

I just used PCM Hammer 014 to recover my P59 1mb PCM, OS Version 12587603. LSDroid wrote a cal to it and couldn't recover it no matter how many times it tried. I did a write full flash with PCM Hammer and I was saved. Thank you very much for all of your hard work. At the end you asked to share my results here, so here it is:
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[12:16:46:114]  PCM Hammer 014
[12:16:51:457]  Thanks for using PCM Hammer.
[12:16:52:487]  Voltage: 11.9V
[12:16:52:499]  Elm ID: ELM327 v1.3a
[12:16:52:535]  ScanTool device ID: STN1155 v4.5.2
[12:17:27:198]  C:\Users\jeremy\Desktop\stockpcmread.bin
[12:17:27:203]  Validating 1024k file.
[12:17:27:206]     Start   End   Stored   Needed   Verdict   Segment Name
[12:17:27:218]     00000   FFFFD   D2E8   D2E8   Good   Operating system
[12:17:27:221]     08002   162CF   24A6   24A6   Good   Engine calibration
[12:17:27:224]     162D2   195FF   8045   8045   Good   Engine diagnostics.
[12:17:27:229]     19602   1D8AF   28A6   28A6   Good   Transmission calibration
[12:17:27:232]     1D8B2   1E1AF   E3E9   E3E9   Good   Transmission diagnostics
[12:17:27:236]     1E1B2   1F6BF   EBD7   EBD7   Good   Fuel system
[12:17:27:240]     1F6C2   1FEAF   21FF   21FF   Good   System
[12:17:27:245]     1FEB2   1FFDF   0A2A   0A2A   Good   Speedometer
[12:17:27:250]  Requesting operating system ID...
[12:17:39:070]  Operating system request failed, checking for a live kernel...
[12:17:45:121]  Checking for recovery mode...
[12:17:45:202]  PCM is in recovery mode.
[12:17:46:642]  PCM Unlock not required
[12:17:46:647]  Unlock succeeded.
[12:17:46:771]  4X communications disabled by configuration.
[12:17:46:783]  Requesting permission to upload kernel.
[12:17:46:927]  Upload permission granted.
[12:17:48:431]  Kernel upload 9% complete.
[12:17:49:869]  Unexpected response to STPX payload:
[12:17:52:413]  Kernel upload 22% complete.
[12:17:53:967]  Unexpected response to STPX payload:
[12:17:56:956]  Unexpected response to STPX payload:
[12:17:58:854]  Kernel upload 35% complete.
[12:18:01:058]  Unexpected response to STPX payload:
[12:18:02:659]  Kernel upload 48% complete.
[12:18:04:289]  Kernel upload 61% complete.
[12:18:05:859]  Unexpected response to STPX payload:
[12:18:06:189]  Unexpected response to STPX header: STOPPED
[12:18:07:573]  Kernel upload 74% complete.
[12:18:09:056]  Kernel upload 87% complete.
[12:18:10:716]  Kernel upload 100% complete.
[12:18:11:060]  Kernel Version: 010301BB
[12:18:11:064]  Kernel uploaded to PCM succesfully.
[12:18:11:278]  PCM and image file are both operating system 12587603
[12:18:11:552]  Flash chip: AMD AM29F800BB, 1mb
[12:18:11:643]  Calculating CRCs from file...
[12:18:11:654]  Requesting CRCs from PCM...
[12:18:23:510]     Range      File CRC      PCM CRC   Verdict   Purpose
[12:18:27:647]  0F0000-0FFFFF   8D0F8F91   8D0F8F91   Same   OperatingSystem
[12:18:31:940]  0E0000-0EFFFF   A50F3C90   A50F3C90   Same   OperatingSystem
[12:18:36:366]  0D0000-0DFFFF   A50F3C90   A50F3C90   Same   OperatingSystem
[12:18:40:761]  0C0000-0CFFFF   A50F3C90   A50F3C90   Same   OperatingSystem
[12:18:44:864]  0B0000-0BFFFF   A50F3C90   A50F3C90   Same   OperatingSystem
[12:18:48:950]  0A0000-0AFFFF   A50F3C90   A50F3C90   Same   OperatingSystem
[12:18:53:050]  090000-09FFFF   7DA5C19F   7DA5C19F   Same   OperatingSystem
[12:18:56:747]  080000-08FFFF   CDDEAE4C   CDDEAE4C   Same   OperatingSystem
[12:19:00:169]  070000-07FFFF   D006BDC7   D006BDC7   Same   OperatingSystem
[12:19:03:834]  060000-06FFFF   D2B04EC0   D2B04EC0   Same   OperatingSystem
[12:19:08:055]  050000-05FFFF   36511E94   36511E94   Same   OperatingSystem
[12:19:11:935]  040000-04FFFF   F6B0E81A   F6B0E81A   Same   OperatingSystem
[12:19:16:499]  030000-03FFFF   A97E3395   A97E3395   Same   OperatingSystem
[12:19:20:490]  020000-02FFFF   EE1B7BAD   EE1B7BAD   Same   OperatingSystem
[12:19:24:446]  010000-01FFFF   E476D9A5   A50F3C90   Different   Calibration
[12:19:27:542]  008000-00FFFF   16B0669E   9C49015C   Different   Calibration
[12:19:29:461]  006000-007FFF   85B5BB36   85B5BB36   Same   Parameter
[12:19:31:451]  004000-005FFF   07AF2472   07AF2472   Same   Parameter
[12:19:33:787]  000000-003FFF   AE42598F   AE42598F   Same   Boot
[12:19:34:042]  Note that mismatched Parameter blocks are to be expected.
[12:19:34:050]  Parameter data can change every time the PCM is used.
[12:19:34:235]  Clearing trouble codes.
[12:19:35:483]  Elapsed time 00:01:48.8302247
[12:22:50:490]  C:\Users\jeremy\Desktop\stockpcmread.bin
[12:22:50:505]  Validating 1024k file.
[12:22:50:515]     Start   End   Stored   Needed   Verdict   Segment Name
[12:22:50:526]     00000   FFFFD   D2E8   D2E8   Good   Operating system
[12:22:50:536]     08002   162CF   24A6   24A6   Good   Engine calibration
[12:22:50:545]     162D2   195FF   8045   8045   Good   Engine diagnostics.
[12:22:50:554]     19602   1D8AF   28A6   28A6   Good   Transmission calibration
[12:22:50:564]     1D8B2   1E1AF   E3E9   E3E9   Good   Transmission diagnostics
[12:22:50:572]     1E1B2   1F6BF   EBD7   EBD7   Good   Fuel system
[12:22:50:581]     1F6C2   1FEAF   21FF   21FF   Good   System
[12:22:50:589]     1FEB2   1FFDF   0A2A   0A2A   Good   Speedometer
[12:22:50:598]  Requesting operating system ID...
[12:23:01:986]  Operating system request failed, checking for a live kernel...
[12:23:07:996]  Checking for recovery mode...
[12:23:09:166]  PCM is in recovery mode.
[12:23:10:478]  PCM Unlock not required
[12:23:10:486]  Unlock succeeded.
[12:23:10:534]  4X communications disabled by configuration.
[12:23:10:543]  Requesting permission to upload kernel.
[12:23:10:586]  Upload permission granted.
[12:23:11:744]  Kernel upload 9% complete.
[12:23:13:339]  Kernel upload 22% complete.
[12:23:14:794]  Kernel upload 35% complete.
[12:23:16:173]  Kernel upload 48% complete.
[12:23:17:432]  Kernel upload 61% complete.
[12:23:18:617]  Kernel upload 74% complete.
[12:23:20:195]  Kernel upload 87% complete.
[12:23:21:475]  Kernel upload 100% complete.
[12:23:21:938]  Kernel Version: 010301BB
[12:23:21:944]  Kernel uploaded to PCM succesfully.
[12:23:22:348]  PCM and image file are both operating system 12587603
[12:23:22:609]  Flash chip: AMD AM29F800BB, 1mb
[12:23:22:690]  Calculating CRCs from file...
[12:23:22:703]  Requesting CRCs from PCM...
[12:23:34:458]     Range      File CRC      PCM CRC   Verdict   Purpose
[12:23:38:356]  0F0000-0FFFFF   8D0F8F91   8D0F8F91   Same   OperatingSystem
[12:23:42:384]  0E0000-0EFFFF   A50F3C90   A50F3C90   Same   OperatingSystem
[12:23:46:462]  0D0000-0DFFFF   A50F3C90   A50F3C90   Same   OperatingSystem
[12:23:50:529]  0C0000-0CFFFF   A50F3C90   A50F3C90   Same   OperatingSystem
[12:23:54:192]  0B0000-0BFFFF   A50F3C90   A50F3C90   Same   OperatingSystem
[12:23:57:964]  0A0000-0AFFFF   A50F3C90   A50F3C90   Same   OperatingSystem
[12:24:01:601]  090000-09FFFF   7DA5C19F   7DA5C19F   Same   OperatingSystem
[12:24:05:425]  080000-08FFFF   CDDEAE4C   CDDEAE4C   Same   OperatingSystem
[12:24:08:959]  070000-07FFFF   D006BDC7   D006BDC7   Same   OperatingSystem
[12:24:12:624]  060000-06FFFF   D2B04EC0   D2B04EC0   Same   OperatingSystem
[12:24:16:207]  050000-05FFFF   36511E94   36511E94   Same   OperatingSystem
[12:24:19:811]  040000-04FFFF   F6B0E81A   F6B0E81A   Same   OperatingSystem
[12:24:23:494]  030000-03FFFF   A97E3395   A97E3395   Same   OperatingSystem
[12:24:27:055]  020000-02FFFF   EE1B7BAD   EE1B7BAD   Same   OperatingSystem
[12:24:30:595]  010000-01FFFF   E476D9A5   A50F3C90   Different   Calibration
[12:24:33:131]  008000-00FFFF   16B0669E   9C49015C   Different   Calibration
[12:24:34:832]  006000-007FFF   85B5BB36   85B5BB36   Same   Parameter
[12:24:36:742]  004000-005FFF   07AF2472   07AF2472   Same   Parameter
[12:24:38:870]  000000-003FFF   AE42598F   AE42598F   Same   Boot
[12:24:38:931]  Processing range 010000-01FFFF
[12:24:38:940]  Erasing.
[12:24:39:554]  Writing...
[12:24:39:562]  Address   % Done   Time Remaining
[12:24:39:665]  0x010000   0%   Measuring write speed...
[12:24:41:214]  0x010400   1%   Measuring write speed...
[12:24:42:827]  Unexpected response to STPX payload:
[12:24:42:951]  Unexpected response to STPX header: OK
[12:24:43:424]  Unexpected response to STPX payload: ?
[12:24:43:796]  Unexpected response to STPX header:
[12:24:45:143]  0x010800   2%   Measuring write speed...
[12:24:46:693]  0x010C00   3%   Measuring write speed...
[12:24:48:173]  0x011000   4%   Measuring write speed...
[12:24:49:719]  0x011400   5%   03:16
[12:24:51:303]  0x011800   6%   03:05
[12:24:52:908]  0x011C00   7%   02:58
[12:24:54:269]  0x012000   8%   02:48
[12:24:55:861]  0x012400   9%   02:43
[12:24:57:898]  0x012800   10%   02:43
[12:24:59:525]  0x012C00   11%   02:39
[12:25:01:025]  0x013000   12%   02:34
[12:25:02:518]  0x013400   13%   02:30
[12:25:03:902]  0x013800   14%   02:26
[12:25:05:510]  0x013C00   15%   02:23
[12:25:06:966]  0x014000   16%   02:20
[12:25:08:745]  0x014400   17%   02:18
[12:25:10:408]  0x014800   18%   02:16
[12:25:12:092]  0x014C00   19%   02:14
[12:25:13:522]  0x015000   20%   02:11
[12:25:14:821]  0x015400   21%   02:08
[12:25:16:111]  0x015800   22%   02:05
[12:25:17:526]  0x015C00   23%   02:02
[12:25:18:988]  0x016000   25%   02:00
[12:25:20:408]  0x016400   26%   01:57
[12:25:21:807]  0x016800   27%   01:55
[12:25:23:156]  0x016C00   28%   01:53
[12:25:24:705]  0x017000   29%   01:51
[12:25:26:109]  0x017400   30%   01:49
[12:25:27:346]  0x017800   31%   01:46
[12:25:29:148]  0x017C00   32%   01:45
[12:25:30:545]  Unexpected response to STPX payload:
[12:25:32:258]  0x018000   33%   01:46
[12:25:33:578]  0x018400   34%   01:44
[12:25:35:799]  0x018800   35%   01:43
[12:25:40:466]  Unexpected response to STPX payload:
[12:25:43:600]  0x018C00   36%   01:52
[12:25:45:373]  0x019000   37%   01:50
[12:25:48:107]  Unexpected response to STPX payload:
[12:25:49:980]  0x019400   38%   01:53
[12:25:51:260]  0x019800   39%   01:50
[12:25:52:967]  0x019C00   40%   01:48
[12:25:54:288]  0x01A000   41%   01:45
[12:25:55:916]  0x01A400   42%   01:43
[12:25:58:192]  0x01A800   43%   01:42
[12:25:59:865]  0x01AC00   44%   01:39
[12:26:01:227]  0x01B000   45%   01:37
[12:26:02:902]  0x01B400   46%   01:35
[12:26:04:176]  0x01B800   47%   01:32
[12:26:05:606]  0x01BC00   48%   01:30
[12:26:06:906]  0x01C000   50%   01:28
[12:26:08:263]  0x01C400   51%   01:25
[12:26:09:577]  0x01C800   52%   01:23
[12:26:10:929]  0x01CC00   53%   01:21
[12:26:12:289]  0x01D000   54%   01:19
[12:26:13:656]  0x01D400   55%   01:16
[12:26:14:964]  0x01D800   56%   01:14
[12:26:16:805]  0x01DC00   57%   01:13
[12:26:18:305]  0x01E000   58%   01:10
[12:26:19:792]  0x01E400   59%   01:09
[12:26:21:136]  0x01E800   60%   01:06
[12:26:22:688]  0x01EC00   61%   01:05
[12:26:24:067]  0x01F000   62%   01:03
[12:26:25:459]  0x01F400   63%   01:01
[12:26:26:827]  0x01F800   64%   00:59
[12:26:28:310]  0x01FC00   65%   00:57
[12:26:29:666]  Retry count for this block: 5
[12:26:29:673]  Processing range 008000-00FFFF
[12:26:29:679]  Erasing.
[12:26:30:115]  Writing...
[12:26:30:122]  Address   % Done   Time Remaining
[12:26:30:163]  0x008000   66%   00:55
[12:26:31:502]  0x008400   67%   00:53
[12:26:32:903]  0x008800   68%   00:51
[12:26:34:307]  0x008C00   69%   00:49
[12:26:35:787]  0x009000   70%   00:48
[12:26:37:193]  0x009400   71%   00:46
[12:26:38:815]  0x009800   72%   00:44
[12:26:40:541]  0x009C00   73%   00:42
[12:26:42:020]  0x00A000   75%   00:41
[12:26:43:366]  0x00A400   76%   00:39
[12:26:44:860]  0x00A800   77%   00:37
[12:26:46:277]  0x00AC00   78%   00:35
[12:26:47:566]  0x00B000   79%   00:33
[12:26:48:931]  0x00B400   80%   00:32
[12:26:50:191]  0x00B800   81%   00:30
[12:26:51:528]  0x00BC00   82%   00:28
[12:26:52:939]  0x00C000   83%   00:26
[12:26:54:258]  0x00C400   84%   00:25
[12:26:55:657]  0x00C800   85%   00:23
[12:26:57:108]  0x00CC00   86%   00:21
[12:26:58:664]  0x00D000   87%   00:19
[12:27:00:081]  0x00D400   88%   00:18
[12:27:01:456]  0x00D800   89%   00:16
[12:27:03:301]  0x00DC00   90%   00:14
[12:27:05:220]  0x00E000   91%   00:13
[12:27:06:751]  0x00E400   92%   00:11
[12:27:08:082]  0x00E800   93%   00:09
[12:27:09:516]  0x00EC00   94%   00:08
[12:27:10:809]  0x00F000   95%   00:06
[12:27:12:143]  0x00F400   96%   00:04
[12:27:13:522]  Unexpected response to STPX payload:
[12:27:15:140]  Unexpected response to STPX payload:
[12:27:15:210]  Unexpected response to STPX header: NO DATA
[12:27:16:028]  Unexpected response to STPX payload: ?
[12:27:17:963]  Unexpected response to STPX payload:
[12:27:18:220]  Unexpected response to STPX header: STOPPED
[12:27:19:927]  0x00F800   97%   00:03
[12:27:21:785]  Unexpected response to STPX payload:
[12:27:22:550]  Unexpected response to STPX header: STOPPED
[12:27:24:164]  0x00FC00   98%   00:01
[12:27:25:572]  Retry count for this block: 5
[12:27:25:578]  Calculating CRCs from file...
[12:27:25:590]  Requesting CRCs from PCM...
[12:27:25:875]     Range      File CRC      PCM CRC   Verdict   Purpose
[12:27:30:213]  0F0000-0FFFFF   8D0F8F91   8D0F8F91   Same   OperatingSystem
[12:27:34:071]  0E0000-0EFFFF   A50F3C90   A50F3C90   Same   OperatingSystem
[12:27:37:807]  0D0000-0DFFFF   A50F3C90   A50F3C90   Same   OperatingSystem
[12:27:41:650]  0C0000-0CFFFF   A50F3C90   A50F3C90   Same   OperatingSystem
[12:27:44:357]  0B0000-0BFFFF   A50F3C90   A50F3C90   Same   OperatingSystem
[12:27:48:158]  0A0000-0AFFFF   A50F3C90   A50F3C90   Same   OperatingSystem
[12:27:51:632]  090000-09FFFF   7DA5C19F   7DA5C19F   Same   OperatingSystem
[12:27:54:123]  080000-08FFFF   CDDEAE4C   CDDEAE4C   Same   OperatingSystem
[12:27:56:358]  070000-07FFFF   D006BDC7   D006BDC7   Same   OperatingSystem
[12:27:58:758]  060000-06FFFF   D2B04EC0   D2B04EC0   Same   OperatingSystem
[12:28:02:237]  050000-05FFFF   36511E94   36511E94   Same   OperatingSystem
[12:28:05:597]  040000-04FFFF   F6B0E81A   F6B0E81A   Same   OperatingSystem
[12:28:07:761]  030000-03FFFF   A97E3395   A97E3395   Same   OperatingSystem
[12:28:11:670]  020000-02FFFF   EE1B7BAD   EE1B7BAD   Same   OperatingSystem
[12:28:15:367]  010000-01FFFF   E476D9A5   E476D9A5   Same   Calibration
[12:28:24:367]  008000-00FFFF   16B0669E   16B0669E   Same   Calibration
[12:28:35:035]  006000-007FFF   85B5BB36   85B5BB36   Same   Parameter
[12:28:36:077]  004000-005FFF   07AF2472   07AF2472   Same   Parameter
[12:28:59:326]  000000-003FFF   AE42598F   AE42598F   Same   Boot
[12:29:32:471]  All relevant ranges are identical.
[12:29:32:479]  Write-request messages had to be re-sent 10 times.
[12:29:32:487]  We're not sure how much retrying is normal for a write operation on a 1024kb PCM.
[12:29:32:494]  Please help by sharing your results in the PCM Hammer thread at pcmhacking.net.
[12:29:43:620]  Clearing trouble codes.
[12:30:39:746]  Elapsed time 00:07:29.2526958
[12:32:03:825]  VIN query failed: Timeout

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Re: PCM Hammer Release 014

Postby Tazzi » Sun May 10, 2020 11:34 am

Quite a few reattempts and unexpected responses there, maybe not the cleanest connection??
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Re: PCM Hammer Release 014

Postby B52Bombardier1 » Sun May 10, 2020 11:37 am

At the beginning, is 11.9 volts on the ragged edge of being too low?

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Re: PCM Hammer Release 014

Postby NSFW » Mon May 11, 2020 3:46 am

Good point about the voltage - 11.9 volts seems on the low side. We should probably add something to check for low voltage before reading or writing. That'll take some effort since every device is a bit different, but eventually someone is going to get burned by that. I don't know what the lower limit is, but anything under 12 should probably at least come with a warning.

That said, it did succeed... so I wonder if LS Droid was getting derailed by whatever it is that that led PCM Hammer to print those "unexpected response" messages.

It's great that it worked, but I suggest addressing the connection quality issues before doing any more flashes, just in case. Do you get roughly the same number of "unexpected response" messages if you do a test write? If so then you could try disconnecting other modules, redoing connections, routing wires away from interference, etc, until the test writes go smoothly.
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Re: PCM Hammer Release 014

Postby MudDuck514 » Mon May 11, 2020 4:47 am

Hi all,

I believe Pete has LSDroid give warning if the voltage is below 12.2v, or some such value.

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Re: PCM Hammer Release 014

Postby nosnhojymerej » Mon May 11, 2020 6:52 am

The battery had been disconnected a dozen times. I had the battery on a maintainer, not a good charger. There is a warning about voltage in LSDroid, which came on after the umpteenth attempt. The device I was using was an OBDLink LX. The new 4.7.1 firmware didn't like to play with LSDroid, I had problems reading, so I backed it off a couple versions to 4.5.2. I'm not sure if the ELM 1.4b had anything to do with it. I'm very happy that PCM Hammer worked. I just want to give any information that I can to help. The LSDroid was a little confusing at first, but it is also a tiny screen version of complicated software. The help documents were great, maybe if I had RTFM in the beginning I would not have had such a hard time with it.

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Re: PCM Hammer Release 014

Postby NSFW » Tue May 12, 2020 9:14 am

A battery maintainer is probably just fine. The PCMs with Intel flash only need about 3/4 amp during writes, and the AMD versions use even less (1/4 amp? I don't remember).
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Re: PCM Hammer Release 014

Postby Vampyre » Thu May 14, 2020 5:16 am

Can you add the
p04 info to pcminfo.cs pretty pretty plz
:)

case 12201465:
case 12201463:
this.KeyAlgorithm = 14;
this.Description = "P04 intel";
this.ImageBaseAddress = 0x0;
this.ImageSize = 512 * 1024;
this.KernelBaseAddress = 0x9090
break;

is this correct for adding kernel base address

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