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Dockstar debricking – JTAG with Bus Pirate

Posted on Wednesday, August 17th, 2011 in Bus Pirate by Ian

RedoX documented his Dockstar debricking with the Bus Pirate:

I recently bricked my Seagate Dockstar, so I had to use JTAG to restore it…
At the time, I didn’t have any JTAG adapter. I tried with a parport Wiggler, but without the correct chip it didn’t work. So I bought a Bus Pirate. And so, here’s the story of the Dockstar…

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2 Responses to “Dockstar debricking – JTAG with Bus Pirate”

  1. RedoX says:

    Wow, Thanks !

    I would have made a better presentation and a much clearer article if I had known it would be linked on DangerousProtoypes ^^

    I’m really happy (and proud) to see my little piece of work here.

    Thanks.

  2. Nilz says:

    Great job RedoX !
    The green LED on one of my Dockstary is bright and shining again :)

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