Originally Posted by Frank D
Perhaps the pin broke upon first locking the old chip in the programmer creating an improper read?
Did your old Dallas chip have a dead/weak battery or no? (ie. weak/dead battery indicated by error codes 88, 88, 10 and then 11 when G90 turned off and then on by hardswitch on back - meaning G90 required upload of firmware)
Perhaps your reading of the chip was incomplete or corrupted due to the old Dallas chip battery being too weak.
What was the date of manufacture of your old Dallas chip? Can you tell me the code inscription that is on top of your old Dallas chip?
My old Dallas chip did have a weak battery (G90 firmware upload required if G90 turned off by hardswitch on back) but I still managed to read the old chip and write it to the new chip successfully with no problems. Furthermore reinstalling the new chip into my G90 got it working normal again (and no G90 firmware upload required either).
You can try writing your chip again. Can you some how reattach the loose pin to the old chip and reread the old chip?
In the G90 Service manual:
"30 Green User NVM format not available ! User Domain NVM is not formatted"
Also per G90 service manual:
"If Green : 30 (Lit) lights up on the 7-segment
LED of the YB board without going off, it means
that the software is requesting initialization of the
user SRAM. Press S202 for about 5 seconds in
the Green : 30 (lit) state, and the 7-segment LED
should change as follows.
Green :30 - 31 (Approx. 0.1 seconds) - Off
End of initialization
* Take note that initializing the user SRAM
erases all user data.
Turn on the power and check operations."
Let us know how it works out for you.