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Last Post 16 Jun 2009 10:45 AM by  raygloria
Updating to current LogicLoader version.
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raygloria



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15 Jun 2009 05:01 PM
    Hi guys,

    I'm currently updating the LogicLoader installed to my system. During the update, I got the following warning:

    "Nor flash erase: The area (or parts of it) 0x0 - 0x50000 is locked.
    The area you are trying to write to is locked.

    ************************* WARNING!! *****************************

    You are about to erase locked areas.
    These might be locked because they are containing boot code or config info
    They might be needed to boot the card engine. If you erase this block the
    card engine may not boot. Are you sure you want to do this?

    Do you wish to continue? (y/n)

    error: update: unknown error: -1 ()
    update failed
    error: update: unknown error: -1"

    --> Is this normal when updating LogicLoader? Please advise.

    richard.laborde@logicpd.com



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    16 Jun 2009 08:07 AM
    raygloria,

    This is the normal warning that you are about to erase LoLo. This message will come up any time you do something that will erase part of flash that contains LoLo. If you are doing an update, don't worry about it.

    Please see the Readme in the LoLo update .zip file for more information.
    Thanks

    raygloria



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    16 Jun 2009 10:45 AM
    Thanks!
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