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Boz

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Oct 06, 2010, 02:02 am Last Edit: Oct 06, 2010, 02:05 am by ThatBozGuy Reason: 1
PS Did you grab a before and after pic, I d like like to do a quick write up from your forum post on my Tinker Tech blog, because it comes up alot and as I said I had two people who ended up bricking. so i t would be nice to show more than an anecdotal success.

BOZ

AlphaZeta

Good deal! After reading most of the related posts, I concluded that the potential rewards far outweigh the possible risks.

As a rule of thumb, whenever you are flashing anything (be it the scope or your BIOS), almost make sure that you have a stable power supply! For my mod, I used a UPS just to be sure...

AlphaZeta

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PS Did you grab a before and after pic, I d like like to do a quick write up from your forum post on my Tinker Tech blog, because it comes up alot and as I said I had two people who ended up bricking. so i t would be nice to show more than an anecdotal success.


Yep, I am going to write up a blog entry for this (probably this weekend) and share the link.

Boz


AlphaZeta

As promised,  here is the write up: http://www.kerrywong.com/2010/10/08/my-new-ds1052e-oscilloscope. If anyone has any suggestions, feel free to comment :).

Here are a few pictures:

Before:



After:


More pictures are on my site.

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