Read Block B0 from the XBR image with nandpro to a file. Then write the file to whatever the last block of the full nand is.
Thanks for the quick response!
I assume the Nand knows it has a bad block B0, and the data that was in block B0 is currently residing at the last block of the Nand. (in my dump, and on the Nand itself)
So all bad blocks reside in reverse order at the end of the Nand?
Now I need to get the B0 data from XBR into that last block of the Nand.
So can someone please explain with nandpro the syntax on how I do this?
I can follow other nandpro syntax but I am not sure if it is only applicable to small block nands. (I have a 512Meg nand)
Actually can someone confirm if this is right?
I don't know what xxxx should be..
nandPro xbr.bin: -r512 bad1.bin b0 1
nandpro lpt: -w512 bad1.bin xxxx 1
Would xxxx be 7FFF?