Okey, let`s check your old bml10 (hashes for 2nd boot set)

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```
./chkhash -p 0 4 bml/bml10.dmp
hash[ 0] = 48f58bfa8050d88ea1757957dcf7ebc5 length = 89485312
hash[ 1] = 58036fe36c3fe1585613a94551ae9200 length = 41762816
hash[ 2] = 7ee4e537961aa0dec4953baed4adce99 length = 3712144
hash[ 3] = 9b8663050a8ffa3b6607ba931dbfbe2b length = 3665940
```

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`658cc6dc8a924825b9d7c18d53c3ff87`

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```
./chkhash -p 0 4 bml/bml10.dmp
hash[ 0] = 658cc6dc8a924825b9d7c18d53c3ff87 length = 89485312
hash[ 1] = 58036fe36c3fe1585613a94551ae9200 length = 41762816
hash[ 2] = 7ee4e537961aa0dec4953baed4adce99 length = 3712144
hash[ 3] = 9b8663050a8ffa3b6607ba931dbfbe2b length = 3665940
```

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```
bml.restore /dev/bml0/10 /dtv/usb/sda1/bml10.dmp
sync; sync
/sbin/toggle
```

p.s. and just in case, bml9 updated.