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mx53 - cfimager, eboot.nb0, nk.nb0 RRS feed

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  • Hi

    Need to prepare boot microSD for one of my project here

    problem had was flash the eboot.nb0 and nk.nb0 using the cfimager.exe. no file was created inside the microSD (im currently using 8Gb).

    Can i know what kind of file expected to be in the microSD? printscreen would be better..

    and i fail to create bootable SD? below are the command prompt done. 

    I have tried remove -a results failure

    and format the microSD to FAT, which only able to allocate 4Gb for FAT. but remain fail

    ****************************************************************

    C:\QPPlus7inch_SDBootable\New folder>cfimager -f eboot.nb0 -d d -imx53 -a
    drive = D
    removable = no
    device block size = 512 bytes
    device block count = 0xf3a962

    firmware size = 0x80000 bytes (0x400 blocks)
    extra blocks = 1022
    Flashing eboot.nb0 at sector 0x2
    Writing firmware...
    Writing FAT partition...
    Writing MBR...
    done!
    C:\QPPlus7inch_SDBootable\New folder>cfimager -f nk.nb0 -d d -imx53 -a
    drive = D
    removable = no
    device block size = 512 bytes
    device block count = 0xf3a962

    firmware size = 0xa000000 bytes (0x50000 blocks)
    extra blocks = 2046
    Flashing NK.nb0 at sector 0x402
    Writing firmware...
    Writing FAT partition...
    Writing MBR...
    done!

    ******************************************************************

    Friday, January 11, 2019 7:34 AM

Answers

  • I am not an expert on the i.MX53 but, a quick google for your problem turns up documentation that answers your question.

    It looks like you didn't flash your XLDR and didn't add a FAT partition.

    NOTE:  After flashing the three files, I would expect that the disk is bootable but that you won't see any files at all because those files will be written to raw partitions.



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