- Jul 26, 2018
- Asus Z370-A Prime II
- RX 580
- Mobile Phone
Ok: I'll do it late this afternoon:
The TBEX3 has been on my desk since this morning and it is waiting for me to flash it, I did the voltage test with the CH341A, but I'm actually busy on a 3D model project.
Sweet! Sounds fun.
I wanted to share a few tips for anyone having trouble with the flasher connections. Specifically after a little wear and tear on the clip side.
Place the card and flasher on your desk. You'll need it in reaching distance from the keyboard.
With the flasher connected to the USB port and disconnected from the Winbond chip on your card, go ahead and open terminal and type in your command. Hit enter and enter your password. It will obviously fail, but at this point you've gained two things:
*You can press up to view the command again
*The green light on the USB portion of the flasher will now flash when it has a good connection
Over time the clip will wear down and won't stay on. Thats ok because using the tips above means you can watch for a good connection and carefully hold the clamp in place. If you slip mid way through just use the erase function and start over. If erase is failing then simple add -f at the end of your command. Sometimes I've had to just keep trying it until it did it's thing.