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Discussion in 'DSTT' started by niu, Dec 29, 2008.
USE IT AT YOUR OWN RISK!
This is an interesting report. If I read this right, both versions of 1.16 from NDSTT.COM have fake killers, but the later version removed "support" for the EON chips.
The EON chip appears to be the one in the CNDSTT.COM version of the DSTT (at least it is the one detected in mine). I wonder if the removal gives any credence to the idea that CNDSTT is telling the truth when it talks about a split?
Also, it looks like both companies are targeting the fakes with the AMIC chips. Anybody know which clone/fake is using that chip? I'd assume its either the U2 or the DSTT-Advance.
(3) ndstt.comの1.16(TTMENU.DAT CRC32:F7EEFB2E)
This also kills EON EN29LV400AB
So what does DsttFlashWriter do exactly? Does it disable the fake-killer code in the firmware (making it safe for clones)?
Are the three posted firmware files safe for clones?
is there anyone success with the patched 1.16 which disabled the fake killer?
1.16 patched (6C4BC6A0)
Wonderful info, and a patch to remove the killer code!!!!!
thx again niu [thumbsup]
Just to be clear: This is 1.16 and does not kill fake DSTT's?
Has anyone confirmed that it actually works on a fake?
So, any way to check what ship I have without opening the card? I have one on the way from DX which I believe is cndstt.
Is there any way to be completely sure that cndstt firmware 1.6 does not kill it? If so, then all is good. As long as there will still be updates from them. Which I guess I don't really believe. Might as well just buy myself an Acekard, I guess.
if that's the same one from the other posting Bri .. then yes it works fine no kill!
Yes, it's the same. Thanks again for testing it!
I've put a copy of the patched 1.16 firmware (that presumably disables the fake-killer code) in the download area. It's the same as the link posted by niu above (6C4BC6A0). Use at your own risk. If anyone does notice a problem, please let me know and I'll remove it.
too add the card tested on shows
ndstt.com 1.16(CRC32:F7EEFB2E) ? 7EC3C76E
patched (7EC3C76E) - http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?jujntiuzgzm
ndstt.com 1.15 & cndstt.com 1.16(CRC32:982D47F3) ? 75AF69AC
patched (75AF69AC) - http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?nfmbtdm22bl
niu, what's the difference between 6C4BC6A0 and 7EC3C76E? Are they functionally the same?
Also, DsttFlashWriter v3 has a bunch of chips listed that it now detects. Does FakeDetector detect all of these chips? If not, is there an updated version of that program?