8 megabit = 1 megabyte. You need two megabyte to put DD-wrt on. Not sure if you have 2x1MB or not. The link basically said timing is everything....not sure how you could brick a router by using different timing IF you are using the right firmware.
Posted: Sun Oct 12, 2008 19:59 Post subject: Duh....
Right. Sorry for bothering.
Just one, as you can see on the photo....no DD-WRT for the 4000tt then :)
The bricked Router was an upgrade from .3 to .4 that went wrong; however, I suspect that after too many flashing cycles and 2 years of constant operation it's not so strange, and I wasn't looking for debrick help but rather info on the 4000tt revision (they are selling them off around here very cheap, but without a better firmware it doesn't really make sense to buy more).