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pdocread errors while reading size of MSflash Partitions

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pdocread errors while reading size of MSflash Partitions

I have scoured the forums and although I have seen this issue, have not seen any solutions. I am able to list all other disk and they return the correct size.

I have confirmed policies is set to 1.

C:\Users\Desktop\base\dump>pdocread -l

Copying C:\Users\Desktop\base\dump\itsutils.dll to WCE:\windows\itsutil

s.dll

43.87M (0x2bdf000) MSFlash

| 1.49M (0x17e000) Part00

| 2.75M (0x2c0000) Part01

| 39.62M (0x279f000) Part02

61.06M (0x3d10000) NANDFMD

| 60.98M (0x3cfc000) Part00

16.63M (0x10a0000) FlashFX

| 16.62M (0x109fe00) Part00

4.00M (0x400000) DSK1:

| 4.00M (0x3ffc00) PART00

1.83G (0x75400000) DSK2:

| 1.83G (0x753eee00) Part00

STRG handles:

handle#0 33721b4a 1.83G (0x753eee00)

handle#1 b3f74dbe 4.00M (0x3ffc00)

handle#2 b3c31f72 4.19M (0x43047f)

handle#3 73efe04a 60.98M (0x3cfc000)

handle#4 73f6da42 39.62M (0x279f000)

handle#5 33f6da1e 2.75M (0x2c0000)

handle#6 f3f6d77a 1.49M (0x17e000)

disk 33721b4a

0 partitions, 0 binary partitions

customerid=00000000 uniqueid= 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00

disk b3f74dbe

0 partitions, 0 binary partitions

customerid=00000000 uniqueid= 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00

disk b3c31f72

0 partitions, 0 binary partitions

customerid=00000000 uniqueid= 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00

disk 73efe04a

0 partitions, 0 binary partitions

customerid=00000000 uniqueid= 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00

disk 73f6da42

0 partitions, 0 binary partitions

customerid=00000000 uniqueid= 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00

disk 33f6da1e

0 partitions, 0 binary partitions

customerid=00000000 uniqueid= 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00

disk f3f6d77a

0 partitions, 0 binary partitions

customerid=00000000 uniqueid= 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00

C:\Users\Desktop\base\dump>pdocread -v -w -d MSFLASH -p part02 -t

reading 0x200 bytes from 0x40000000 with winceread MSFLASH/part02

readdisk('MSFLASH', 'part02', -2, 40000000, 00000000)

testsector 0x200000 / offset 40000000 : error

reading 0x200 bytes from 0x20000000 with winceread MSFLASH/part02

readdisk('MSFLASH', 'part02', -2, 20000000, 00000000)

testsector 0x100000 / offset 20000000 : error

reading 0x200 bytes from 0x10000000 with winceread MSFLASH/part02

readdisk('MSFLASH', 'part02', -2, 10000000, 00000000)

testsector 0x80000 / offset 10000000 : error

reading 0x200 bytes from 0x8000000 with winceread MSFLASH/part02

readdisk('MSFLASH', 'part02', -2, 08000000, 00000000)

testsector 0x40000 / offset 8000000 : error

reading 0x200 bytes from 0x4000000 with winceread MSFLASH/part02

readdisk('MSFLASH', 'part02', -2, 04000000, 00000000)

testsector 0x20000 / offset 4000000 : error

reading 0x200 bytes from 0x2000000 with winceread MSFLASH/part02

readdisk('MSFLASH', 'part02', -2, 02000000, 00000000)

testsector 0x10000 / offset 2000000 : error

reading 0x200 bytes from 0x1000000 with winceread MSFLASH/part02

readdisk('MSFLASH', 'part02', -2, 01000000, 00000000)

testsector 0x8000 / offset 1000000 : error

reading 0x200 bytes from 0x800000 with winceread MSFLASH/part02

readdisk('MSFLASH', 'part02', -2, 00800000, 00000000)

testsector 0x4000 / offset 800000 : error

reading 0x200 bytes from 0x400000 with winceread MSFLASH/part02

readdisk('MSFLASH', 'part02', -2, 00400000, 00000000)

testsector 0x2000 / offset 400000 : error

reading 0x200 bytes from 0x200000 with winceread MSFLASH/part02

readdisk('MSFLASH', 'part02', -2, 00200000, 00000000)

testsector 0x1000 / offset 200000 : error

reading 0x200 bytes from 0x100000 with winceread MSFLASH/part02

readdisk('MSFLASH', 'part02', -2, 00100000, 00000000)

testsector 0x800 / offset 100000 : error

reading 0x200 bytes from 0x80000 with winceread MSFLASH/part02

readdisk('MSFLASH', 'part02', -2, 00080000, 00000000)

testsector 0x400 / offset 80000 : error

reading 0x200 bytes from 0x40000 with winceread MSFLASH/part02

readdisk('MSFLASH', 'part02', -2, 00040000, 00000000)

testsector 0x200 / offset 40000 : error

reading 0x200 bytes from 0x20000 with winceread MSFLASH/part02

readdisk('MSFLASH', 'part02', -2, 00020000, 00000000)

testsector 0x100 / offset 20000 : error

reading 0x200 bytes from 0x10000 with winceread MSFLASH/part02

readdisk('MSFLASH', 'part02', -2, 00010000, 00000000)

testsector 0x80 / offset 10000 : error

reading 0x200 bytes from 0x8000 with winceread MSFLASH/part02

readdisk('MSFLASH', 'part02', -2, 00008000, 00000000)

testsector 0x40 / offset 8000 : error

reading 0x200 bytes from 0x4000 with winceread MSFLASH/part02

readdisk('MSFLASH', 'part02', -2, 00004000, 00000000)

testsector 0x20 / offset 4000 : error

reading 0x200 bytes from 0x2000 with winceread MSFLASH/part02

readdisk('MSFLASH', 'part02', -2, 00002000, 00000000)

testsector 0x10 / offset 2000 : error

reading 0x200 bytes from 0x1000 with winceread MSFLASH/part02

readdisk('MSFLASH', 'part02', -2, 00001000, 00000000)

testsector 0x8 / offset 1000 : error

reading 0x200 bytes from 0x800 with winceread MSFLASH/part02

readdisk('MSFLASH', 'part02', -2, 00000800, 00000000)

testsector 0x4 / offset 800 : error

reading 0x200 bytes from 0x400 with winceread MSFLASH/part02

readdisk('MSFLASH', 'part02', -2, 00000400, 00000000)

testsector 0x2 / offset 400 : error

reading 0x200 bytes from 0x200 with winceread MSFLASH/part02

readdisk('MSFLASH', 'part02', -2, 00000200, 00000000)

testsector 0x1 / offset 200 : error

real nr of sectors: 1 - 512.00byte, 0x200

C:\Users\\Desktop\base\dump>pdocread -w -v -d MSFLASH -p Part02 -b 0x800 0x279f00 Part02.raw

HexdumpTFFSToStdout(0x279f00, 0x0)
Date: Mar 28, 2014   



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