HT-F4500 stops while booting

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BoydCrowder
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Joined: Thu Apr 20, 2017 1:07 am

HT-F4500 stops while booting

Post by BoydCrowder »

Hello!

I've got a Samsung Blu-ray Player from a friend that stops while booting. I hope you can give me an assessment before I dispose of it.

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preloader v.9773
CFG = 0x1
[0x00092000] [0x703fc000]

Oct 22 2014 04:20:35SSC (+-5/1000, 30kHz)

DDR3, data rate: 1242 MHz.
DAT:( 6 ~  8),  3,  7
B0:DQS(15~46), 32, 30
B1:DQS(10~40), 31, 25
0x7388=0x2e2e2e2e.
B0:Gw( 1~94), 94, 45
B1:Gw( 1~89), 89, 43
0x7388=0x2b2d.
A 256MB, x16
DAT:( 6 ~  8),  3,  7
B0:DQS(15~42), 28, 28
B1:DQS(10~42), 33, 26
0x7388=0x2e2e2e2e.
B0:Gw( 1~95), 95, 45
B1:Gw( 1~94), 94, 45
0x7388=0x2d2d.
B 128MB, x16

        [0x40000e20]
        [0x400021b6]
        [0x40004ae2]
LD *
A L2
VFP
aMTD Found at 0x300000
F
EXCEPTION!
BOOT
AVM 00:00:00.598 [AVM] DSP :v9200.03 DRV: v0.1
                                              G H K I J 0:00:01.860 [FAST_LOGO] PIN_VOUTCLK:0.


U-Boot 2009.08 (Oct 22 2014 - 09:08:27)

NXP B.V. - MT85XX SoC with ARM1176JZF-S
DRAM:  384 MB
NAND:  ARM2 00:00:02.120 [FAST_LOGO] read flash
                                               ARM2 00:00:02.125 [FAST_LOGO] EjectKey:0.
                                                                                        ARM2 00:00:02.131 [FAST_LOGO] u4PwrMode: ABPW(0x41425057).
                                                256 MiB
u-boot adaptive mtd mechanism applied.
[_i_find_part_tbl]Part tbl info passed from preloader
[_i_find_part_tbl] version is 1!!
[NAND][Read_NoSkipBad]u4DevId = 0, u8Offset = 0x680000, u4MemPtr = 0x1efdf53, u4MemLen = 0x1
Bad block table found at page 131008, version 0x01
Bad block table found at page 130944, version 0x01
[NAND][read_awm_flag]uart_flag=0
... here it stops every time. Is there any hope of repair or do I waste my time?

Thank you in advance!

blaatschaap
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Joined: Thu May 12, 2022 10:48 am

Re: HT-F4500 stops while booting

Post by blaatschaap »

this is a completely normal bootup log for these devices.

I know this is five years late, but I just soldered a serial socket onto my BD-F5100 and I get basically the same serial output

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preloader v.9773
CFG = 0x1
[0x00092000] [0x703fc000]

Apr 23 2014 16:40:13SSC (+-5/1000, 30kHz)

DDR3, data rate: 1242 MHz. 
DAT:( 6 ~  8),  3,  7
B0:DQS(17~55), 39, 36
B1:DQS(10~52), 43, 31
0x7388=0x2e2e2e2e.
B0:Gw( 1~95), 95, 46
B1:Gw( 1~95), 95, 46
0x7388=0x2e2e.
A 128MB, x16 
DAT:( 6 ~  8),  3,  7
B0:DQS(14~49), 36, 31
B1:DQS(11~46), 36, 28
0x7388=0x2e2e2e2e.
B0:Gw( 1~95), 95, 45
B1:Gw( 1~95), 95, 46
0x7388=0x2e2d.
B 128MB, x16 

	[0x40000e20]
	[0x400021b6]
	[0x40004ae2]
LD *
A L2
VFP
aMTD Found at 0x300000
F 
BOOT
AVM 00:00:00.568 [AVM] DSP :v9200.03 DRV: v0.1
                                              G H K I J 0:00:01.878 [FAST_LOGO] PIN_VOUTCLK:0.


U-Boot 2009.08 (Apr 29 2014 - 07:43:09)

NXP B.V. - MT85XX SoC with ARM1176JZF-S
DRAM:  256 MB
NAND:  ARM2 00:00:02.138 [FAST_LOGO] read flash
                                               ARM2 00:00:02.143 [FAST_LOGO] EjectKey:0.
                                                                                        ARM2 00:00:02.149 [FAST_LOGO] u4PwrMode: ABPW(0x41425057).
                                                                                                                                                  128 MiB
u-boot adaptive mtd mechanism applied.
[_i_find_part_tbl]Part tbl info passed from preloader
[_i_find_part_tbl] version is 1!!
[NAND][Read_NoSkipBad]u4DevId = 0, u8Offset = 0x680000, u4MemPtr = 0x1efdf53, u4MemLen = 0x1 
Bad block table found at page 65472, version 0x01
Bad block table found at page 65408, version 0x01
nand_read_bbt: Bad block at 0x04660000
nand_read_bbt: Bad block at 0x04cc0000
[NAND][read_awm_flag]uart_flag=0
this is on a device that is completely functional (tested it before, during and after serial port being connected), so all this info was unrelated to whatever issue the device of your friend was having.

(I wanted to check if I could root the device somehow, that's why I went soldering, not to fix anything)

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