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Windows 2003 update

Every time i download the 15Mb zip file, winzip and windows own extractor say that the zip file is corrupt. is this my pants isp (Tiscali) or is there a problem with the file??

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Re: Windows 2003 update

The file is ok. I´ve downloaded and extracted the Zip-File. Maybe problems with yout ISP ?

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or if you flashed the device in the wrong way (oops) that resulted in corrupt bootloader...
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2. solder the jtag cable to the jtag pins on the 900c like this: in this picture and sort out the LPT end on the PC too.
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1. if you had a 900 running hpc2000 OS then the above posted bootloader will not boot the OS. but the solution is simple: you can choose to keep hpc2000 or upgrade to cenet.
if you want hpc2000, then just download and flash this hpc2000 image compatible with cenet bootloader. if you want ce.net then download stock cenet rom from my download page (select any of the options except "Not listed").
then, flash the image from CF card using C+F method (how to described at this link).
2. if cygwin won't run jtag tools then read more for a solution: 1) extract jtag900cfinal.zip somewhere else on your PC outside cygwin folder. 2) take the cygwindlls folder from the extracted jtag900cfinal.zip and copy the dlls from it into \src folder. 3) then copy the jtag folder within usr\local\share from jtag900cfinal.zip into cygwin\usr\local\share\jtag. 4) then, simply (using windows cmd.exe) cmd into the \src folder where you copied the cygwindlls folder contents too and type the command jtag to run jtag tools. hopefully that works.
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