that error iv seen on multiple battle gear units, usually upgrading/ replacing ram fixes it.
well, I bought 8 sticks of Memory, same exact model as the original memory and I'm still getting the same error.
I've setup an old PC with MEMtest86 and tested all of the memory I have and it all tests good.
So the problem is somewhere else.
The errors specifically say it's a memory read error. Could be a problem with the motherboard if you have confirmed working memory modules.
Does the board run original, encrypted drives without a problem? Can you try a to write a clean decrypted image to a known working drive and see if that runs without issue?
@Niko devised a better way to wait for drives and I have implemented this in my multi.
Please test this code and report any findings in this thread.
. Remove the drive from your TTX
. Mount your drive on your PC using your favourite tools.
. On the partition named: TTXMulti[C], navigate to the directory \WINDOWS\system32
. Rename the file Ttxshell.exe to OldTtxshell.exe
. Copy in the new verstion of Ttxshell.exe
. Unmount the drive and connect it to your TTX again
Thank you @Niko
Ttxshell_4.5.0.zipThe future of ST-V rests upon our work and your work
Has anyone been able to test this ?The future of ST-V rests upon our work and your work
How did I miss this?
I’ll give it a shot!
Thank you ... i finally got the time to test it... works fine
Just got this set up and works great. Thank you!
Is there a button combination I can hit on a joystick to return to the menu, or does that require a keyboard?