Idwer Vollering wrote:
Luc: the chip itself doesn't appear to be broken because writing a 512KB file created with dd from /dev/zero and reading it back, then comparing the empty and readout file with md5sum shows that the files are identical (ergo empty)
If I remember correctly erasing the chip would work correctly on my own machine as well. Ah yes:
(self-quote 2009-10-19) - The chip does Erase properly - writing an all 0xFF file does work correctly.
Have you tried to write one of the images?
Michael Karcher wrote:
yuri: Please run memtest86 on your machine. You might have memory problems that cause silent data corruption.
I sincerely doubt that, but lets rule it out anyway. I'll have memtest run a couple of hours this week.