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Posted 1 year 1 month ago #807
I think yes that the firmware does not support other controllers than Realtek RTL9210, that would explain the crash.
I think sdefrwggerg will be more expert than me 


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Replied by wade7575 on topic NVME USB drives Realtek RTL9210/RTL9220 Firmware Version 1.xx

Posted 1 year 1 month ago #809
I have been messing around with my Unionsine enclosure's that have an RTL9210B controller and I there is one thing I can't understand.

I have flashed my enclosure with configure files RTL9210_Lite_10.cfg and SN942_Lite.cfg

What I don't understand is that when open these 2 configure files they are clearly different.


RTL9210_Lite_10.cfg
SERIAL = "012345678904"

CFEXPRESS = 0x0
LED = 0x1
PINMUX1 = 0x70000
PINMUX2 = 0x0
U2_MAXPWR = 0xfa
U3_MAXPWR = 0x70
ASPMDIS = 0x0

;10 minutes of idle time will disable pcie power
;PCIE_PWRCUT_THRES = 0xa

;EN_UPS = 0x0
;PD = 0x0

;CUSTOMIZED_LED is 15 bytes
;CUSTOMIZED_LED = 00
;SUSPEND_LED_OFF = 0x0
;FAN = 0x0

;DIS_SHOW_EMPTY_DISK = 0x1
;UART_DBG_PIN = 5

;=================Tool Configure=================
;DISCONN_FORCE_USB2 = n
;FORMAT_DISK = n
;INC_SERIAL = y

;PARTITION: GPT, MBR
PARTITION = "MBR"
;FORMAT: NTFS, exFAT
FORMAT = "NTFS"
;LABEL max allowed - characters
LABEL = "My USB"



and SN942_Lite.cfg
;Configure Start
;=================FW Configure=================
U2PHY = 02 f4 9b e0 e1 
U3PHY = 02 d4 09 00 d5 00 80 

VID = 0xbda
PID = 0x9210

MANUFACTURE = "Realtek"
SCSI_VENDOR = "Realtek"
PRODUCT = "RTL9210"
SCSI_PRODUCT = "RTL9210 NVME"
SERIAL = "012345678904"

CFEXPRESS = 0x0
LED = 0x1
PINMUX1 = 0x0
PINMUX2 = 0x0
U2_MAXPWR = 0xfa
U3_MAXPWR = 0x70
ASPMDIS = 0x1

;5 minutes of idle time will disable pcie power
PCIE_PWRCUT_THRES = 0x5

EN_UPS = 0x1
PD = 0x1

;CUSTOMIZED_LED is 15 bytes
CUSTOMIZED_LED = 02 01 07 

;=================Tool Configure=================
;PARTITION: GPT, MBR
PARTITION = "MBR"
;FORMAT: NTFS, exFAT
FORMAT = "NTFS"
;LABEL max allowed - characters
LABEL = "My USB"

As you can see that the 2 files are clearly different by what I copied and pasted above,what my problem is that when I check the dump file after flashing the enclosure with the different configure files the dump files look nothing like what the configure file that was used when I flashed the firmware.

I thought the purpose of being able to see the dump file was so that you can save the enclosure's configure settings for when you want to upgrade the firmware and use the same setting's.

As you can see you can see the power off time or anything about Led values or anything.

**************************************************************
Device : Realtek RTL9210 NVME
**************************************************************
U2PHY : 02 f4 9b e0 e1 
U3PHY : 02 d4 09 00 d5 00 80 
VID : 0x0bda
PID : 0x9210
MANUFACTURE : "Realtek"
PRODUCT : "RTL9210"
SERIAL : "012345678904"
SCSI_PRODUCT : "RTL9210 NVME    "
SCSI_VENDOR : "Realtek "
DISK_HOTPLUG : n/a
LED : 0x01
PINMUX1 : 0x00070000
PINMUX2 : 0x00000000
U2_MAXPWR : 0xfa
U3_MAXPWR : 0x70
ASPMDIS : 0x00
PCIE_REFCLK : n/a
DISK_IPS_THRES : n/a
SWR_1_2V : n/a
EN_UPS : n/a
PD : n/a
CUSTOMIZED_LED : n/a
SUSPEND_LED_OFF : n/a
FORCE_USB_SPEED : n/a
FORCE_PCIE_SPEED : n/a
EN_U1U2 : n/a
FORCE_USB_QUIRK : n/a
FORCE_PCIE_QUIRK : n/a
FAN : n/a
DIS_SHOW_EMPTY_DISK : n/a
FORCE_SATA_NORMAL_DMA : n/a
UART_DBG_PIN : n/a
FINGER_PRINT_EN : n/a
RM_INTERNAL_RD : n/a
HS_AUTO_SWITCH : n/a
UART_BAUD_RATE : n/a
CUSTOMIZED_DISK_IDENTIFY : n/a
HW_LED_CFG : n/a
CDROM_CFG : n/a
SUPPORT_HID : n/a
LATE_INIT_DISK : n/a
SCSI_WP_PIN : n/a
SD_MMC_TYPE : n/a
FORCE_PORT_TYPE : n/a
BCDDEVICE : n/a
SUSPEND_DISK_OFF : n/a
SCSI_WB_PIN : n/a
CUSTOMIZED_FEATURE : n/a

Boot Mode : Flash
FW Ver : 1.32.16
FW Build Date : 2023.01.09
IC Pkg Type : PCIE_SATA
UUID : n/a

Disconn_ForceUSB2 : false
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Posted 1 year 1 month ago #810
here is mine from Unionsime copy of the hikvision
www.station-drivers.com/index.php/en-us/...-hikvision-enclosure

 


**************************************************************
Device : [Port19] :          Unionsine MD202 #0
**************************************************************
U2PHY : 02 f4 9b e0 e1 
U3PHY : 02 d4 09 00 d5 00 80 
VID : 0x0bda
PID : 0x9210
MANUFACTURE : "Unionsine"
PRODUCT : "MD202"
SERIAL : "012345679545"
SCSI_PRODUCT : "Unionsine MD202 "
SCSI_VENDOR : "        "
DISK_HOTPLUG : 0x00
LED : 0x02
PINMUX1 : 0x00000000
PINMUX2 : 0x00000700
U2_MAXPWR : 0xfa
U3_MAXPWR : 0x00
ASPMDIS : 0x00
PCIE_REFCLK : n/a
DISK_IPS_THRES : 0x0a
SWR_1_2V : n/a
EN_UPS : n/a
PD : n/a
CUSTOMIZED_LED : n/a
SUSPEND_LED_OFF : n/a
FORCE_USB_SPEED : n/a
FORCE_PCIE_SPEED : n/a
FORCE_USB_QUIRK : n/a
FORCE_PCIE_QUIRK : n/a
FAN : n/a
DIS_SHOW_EMPTY_DISK : n/a
FORCE_SATA_NORMAL_DMA : n/a
UART_DBG_PIN : 0x05
FINGER_PRINT_EN : n/a
RM_INTERNAL_RD : n/a
HS_AUTO_SWITCH : n/a
FP_UART_BAUD_RATE : n/a
CUSTOMIZED_DISK_IDENTIFY : n/a
HW_LED_CFG : n/a
EFUSE : 
       00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 0A 0B 0C 0D 0E 0F
       
   0   ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff 
  10   ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff 
  20   ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff 
  30   ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff 
  40   ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff 
  50   ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff 
  60   ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff 
  70   ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff 
  80   ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff 
  90   ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff 
  a0   ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff 
  b0   ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff 

Boot Mode : Flash NM
FW Ver : 1.29.12
FW Build Date : 2022.01.11
IC Ver : 0xa0010002
IC Pkg Type : PCIE_SATA
UUID : ffffffff-ffff-ffff-ffff-ffffffffffff

Disconn_ForceUSB2 : 0x00


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Replied by wade7575 on topic NVME USB drives Realtek RTL9210/RTL9220 Firmware Version 1.xx

Posted 1 year 1 month ago #811
I'm getting 2 more of these enclosure's soon they should arrive around the middle of this coming week,I will look at the dump file this and see what it say's,I didn't know about looking at the dump file before flashing the one I have right now.

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Replied by mushroom on topic NVME USB drives Realtek RTL9210/RTL9220 Firmware Version 1.xx

Posted 1 year 1 month ago #812
Maybe someone here has the possibility to post a dump of the SPI Flash of a RTL9210B enclosure? This might be a way to recover my bricked one.

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