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28. March 2011 at 19:03 #6551
I have some 9235LE winterms that were flashed with Netxfer from the download at Wyse which was supposed to be the 192M bin. The filename is w128b247.bin which is actually a 128M bin. Now that it thinks it is a 128M bin, it cannot be flashed with WDM which uses the .i2d file (it says I cant put a 192M on a 128M device) . Wyse says that WSI can be used but I tried 2 different versions and the 9235LE is not in the device list. Of course I contacted Wyse to provide the file since they have the wrong bin on their web site and they gave me the EOL too bad line. Does anyone have an actual 192M .bin file or a method to recover these winterms?4. April 2011 at 20:54 #20324
Are you not able to use the netxfer method? (Holding P while powering up for first time). You will need to download netXfer program or setup a *nix based DHCP TFTP server as well.4. April 2011 at 21:01 #20325
I guess you need the .bin file to flash via NetXfer. I have a 192.bin file for an HP Compaq EVO t20. If you want I can replace the security key with the one from the 128 bin image so you can flash it with the HP 192.bin image, then you will be able to flash it again to the proper one using the .i2d file. You will have the compaq BIOS and splash screen until you reflash with the i2d file. This should be ok as I run my evo t20 with the WYSE BIOS for the 9235LE, so I am guessing it should be ok the other way around.
~Rod11. April 2011 at 19:23 #20347
That would be awesome if I could get the bin file from you, I think that would work.11. April 2011 at 23:10 #20348
I sent you a PM with ftp info, not sure if it went out or not, please let me know.20. April 2011 at 5:25 #20416
I can send you the file but after re-reading this thread the one thing I am not sure of is if the WDM works with evo t20’s (or their firmware) or not as I have never used it. I will send you the firmware file but I cannot guarantee the results. I will send you my modified firmware that has the WYSE NetXfer, BIOS, and security key, but the Evo T20 NTFS file system. If the WDM requires some sort of Windows XPe in-band based agent then it may not work and we will have to resort to plan ‘B’, which is going to involve extracting the WYSE NTFS files ystem and injecting it into my custom frimware.
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