Joined: 08 May 2018 Posts: 7621 Location: Texas, USA
Posted: Wed Oct 16, 2019 12:39 Post subject:
That's exactly what I was saying. I've never had this problem. But I know enough to follow the damn instructions and fix it instead of complicating the crap out of things and posting nonsense. CTRL+C is the only way you break CFE boot, by the way. And, you have to be quick. I've always started by hitting the keys before applying power, because they boot that quickly.... and I was lucky a couple of times to get it on the first try. A boot loop could mean more than one thing, though, but whatever. Good luck, fix the dang thing, or not..... send it here if you can't seem to figure it out, or not. You're wearing me out.
Dude, you have to calm down, the router is mine and Im not histeric as you . If you are wearing out sorry and simply don't post more here. with no offenses you're not helping anyway, and cannot help me coz as you say you never had the problem. thanx for your short patience anyway.
At this point you can’t recover it using serial. Only jtag.
Not really worth it unless you are doing it for the fun of it.
You’d have to flash a good cfe using jtag and then you can use serial to flash the firmware. _________________ I am far from a guru, I'm barely a novice.