[Gmecm] 16141470 $5B3? $5B4? $5B5? ?????
bubblesjrtwo at yahoo.com
Wed Oct 26 21:54:18 CDT 2005
First I want to apologize to Steve, I didn't even look
at the size of the file, after a few hours of messing
around I figured out what I was doing wrong, and
probably learned something too, anyway, to everyone
else, I managed to read my stock binary, at 0x0008 it
says F5, so to change my original question, does
anyone have an ecu, hack or anything for an $F5
if anyone wants, I can E-Mail them my bin file, I do
plan to upload the bin to moates.net and diy-efi.org
once i figure out how. Dustin Lof
--- Alex Harford <harford at gmail.com> wrote:
> It needs to be somewhere at the beginning of the
> binary because it is
> not included in the checksum calculation.
> There is no hardware related reason for it to be in
> the exact same
> location, but in general it will be in the same spot
> programmers are lazy people.
> On 10/23/05, Dustin Lof <bubblesjrtwo at yahoo.com>
> > I need to make or buy an adapter to pull the
> > code from my memcal, but when I get one, if I knew
> > address of the mask ID, also known as checksum
> > I should be able to read that ID from my file.
> > It is in the same location on any memcal designed
> > run the 16141470 ecm correct?
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