Use this mode for search
Use this mode to look ECC map
Error correction enabled
Use this mode to save files
Show data ECC map
Show system area (SA) ECC map
This is number of processor cores used by software to check ECC
It will increase speed of next operations:
- ECC Fix
- ECC Combine
- Save Image (if ECC errors was not fixed before)
It will decrease speed of next operations:
- select new layout
- auto find layout with ECC = Check
- auto find layout with ECC = ON
Each layout require different memory size to use core
For example layout 20-82-00511-1 14_2048_230 Xor C634_32I:
1 core - 132 MB
2 cores - 263 MB
8 cores - 1 GB
Read only / WriteBack
Read only mode. Fix errors in memory
Write corrected sectors to dump
Fix ECC errors in all dumps
If there is uncorrected errors on ECC map, you can reread one or all dumps in separate folder. And run this procedure to take good sectors from new dumps and write them to main dumps.
Folder - folder with new dumps
Fix Input - Fix errors in input dumps
Fix Main - Fix errors in main dumps
This operation removed
If there is uncorrected errors on ECC map, you can reread chip several times. Good readed sectors will be writed to dump.
Chip - Number of chip in reader
Banks - Select wich banks will be rereaded
Repeat - number of attempts
Fix main - Fix errors in main dumps, if this was not done before
I do not recommend use this procedure. Better use ECC Combine.
There you can check quality of input dumps before join.
Because memory chip can give wrong data or zeros in case of bad contact or low voltage.
And your main dumps will be destroyed.
Will give you information about red and green sectors in selected dump