CLAUDIUS84

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  1. Is the data ground connected to pin 2? Try this.
  2. "Ctrl + G" ????? Why? It is "Ctrl+z", It is n't?
  3. First, try to inverts the wires Tx and Rx. Also check that ground TTL is well connected.
  4. I got that too . Start from the beginning, including the optional command "Aviko": F712, F,, 22 and F712. (with SD15 only ). It worked for me. HERE: http://www.msfn.org/board/index.php?showto...8807&st=520
  5. >Happybear Arghhhh!!! Classic. As many times you close and open the hyperterminal, as many times you open new virtual com port.
  6. Eddy, thanks for your effort, but -- as I wrote in my post -- I get some output from the drive (but only in the BSY state and maybe a bit strange), so I suppose the wires are OK as like as the TTL board communicates with Windows. I spent several hours on this problem yesterday and I also tried to swap TX/RX wires but I get really no response if I do that so I belive the problem must be elsewhere -- I only can't find our where is it... :-(( Has anyone any other idea please? See the original post #787 for details... Thanks a lot. HappyBear Is ground TTL well connected to PCB?
  7. Hello, Here: http://pinouts.ru/CellularPhones-Nokia/nok...op_pinout.shtml
  8. Hello, i have a similar. If well the same, I think: white=Tx green=Rx yellow= ground data, cable shield. and RED=+5V, pay attention, no connect to DD/TTL. black=ground power im even more confused now. i thought; white - tx yellow - rx black - ground. but when i connect white + green it shows some random stuff also - so is green ground too? AND when i do yellow + green I can type meaning green may be rx/tx?? can I do any damage by using wrong cable? Disconnect from DD, connect white and green and type caracters with hyperterminal, if the caracters typed will appear on screen, that means RX and TX are well white and green. If else, connect both yellow and green, and see.
  9. Hello, i have a similar. If well the same, I think: white=Tx green=Rx yellow= ground data, cable shield. and RED=+5V, pay attention, no connect to DD/TTL. black=ground power
  10. Thanks to gradius2 for initiate this thread and thanks to Aviko for his explain about yura's method. Aviko, thanks so much. Aviko's explanations are clear and all is fine. My seagate 1 toctet is now back, and my data also... I used only a chinese copy of CA-42, 3,50 euros! Thanks, many thanks and thanks all. :thumbup
  11. Hi pinout Nokia ca-42 here: http://pinouts.ru/CellularPhones-Nokia/nok...op_pinout.shtml But beware, all the cables ca-42 are not compatible. ( pin 6 and 7 as USB or TTL logic Tx and Rx )
  12. Hello, where can you find +7 volt and -18volt for external power supply? And 3,3 volts seems better than 5 v for output power TTL logic. So....
  13. Thanks from France,AVIKO, i am waiting after my adaptator USB/TTL. Soon, i hope.
  14. And finally before commands: