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how to reimage dell wyse wt3125se? Answered

hi i have using dell wyse wt325se thin clients in my office  two of them shows flash memory error i tried to reimage it using netxfer but it wont work please guide me...

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steveastrouk

4 years ago

Not impossible that the flash memory has failed - only option is to change the chips, and hope you can reprogram them

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steveastroukdhananjaiswetha

Answer 4 years ago

You need to take the file apart and see how .rsp files are made, and then you'll probably have to turn it into a .hex file for an EPROM programmer with the right drivers for your FLASH chips.

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mpilchfamily

4 years ago

If the drive fails it's a bit late to image the drive. Even if you did you would have a currupted image that wouldn't work.

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Jack A Lopez

4 years ago

I dunno. There might be a way to reimage it over a parallel port cable. I remember doing this for a wt3360se with a tool called "xfer" which had to be run on a machine running MS-DOS. If I remember the version of this tool I found was bundled with a working version of MS-DOS into a iso for a bootable CD, so that one could just burn that iso to a CD. Then use that CD in an old computer, booting from the CD, to get set up to use this "xfer" tool.

Searching, just now, I found "xfer" here:

http://www.freewysemonkeys.com/modules.php?name=Do...

But I don't recall the place where I found xfer and MS-DOS bundled into a bootable CD-image.

Also this site,

http://winterm.gaast.net/main.php/news.html

might have mentioned something about the reimage-over-parallel-cable trick, because I was trying to reimage my wt3360se with a version of Linux instead of WinCE, or whatever it is those things usually run.