Eos 400d ( Rebel XTI )

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    Re: Eos 400d ( Rebel XTI )
    « Reply #30 on: 16 / June / 2009, 12:48:24 »
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    Set to ISO1600 -> Done
    Wait 4 secs until your viewfinder display turn off -> The viewfinder display never turned on?
    press direct print -> nothings happens. :(
    take a picture, press DISP and find ISO value -> nothing :(

    Something is wrong here :(
    « Last Edit: 16 / June / 2009, 12:56:18 by T.B. »

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    Re: Eos 400d ( Rebel XTI )
    « Reply #31 on: 16 / June / 2009, 12:56:57 »
    Set to ISO1600 -> Done
    Wait 4 secs until your viewfinder display turn off -> What do you mean? The big display? It turns off after 30 secs (Auto-Power-Off!).  And nothing happens when it turns off and i press "Direct Print".
    Do you mean "review-time", after i've taken a picture?

    When you press shutter button halfway down, your viewfinder display some information in green.
    After release shutter button, you should wait 4 sec until it off then press DirectPrint.

    Press DISP. one or two times while in review time to show image data (include ISO value).
    « Last Edit: 16 / June / 2009, 13:11:29 by thaibv »
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    Re: Eos 400d ( Rebel XTI )
    « Reply #32 on: 16 / June / 2009, 13:09:03 »
    I edited my posting above.

    No. Nothing happens. But the card is prepared like your guide. Look at the screenshots.

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    Re: Eos 400d ( Rebel XTI )
    « Reply #33 on: 16 / June / 2009, 13:13:33 »
    @T.B.

    Remove your battery and try again once more.
     
    To make sure that your card is prepared correctly: Does your Drect Print button blink in blue several times right after power on?

    and What is your firmware version?  Please update to the lastest 1.1.1
    « Last Edit: 16 / June / 2009, 13:16:47 by thaibv »
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    Re: Eos 400d ( Rebel XTI )
    « Reply #34 on: 16 / June / 2009, 13:22:54 »
    I removed battery. I removed backup battery, too.

    The cam resets, i've to adjust time and date. All settings are deleted. But the button doesn't blink.
    What can be wrong with the CF-Card? You can see the screenshots. I think, everything is all right?

    Firmwareversion is 1.1.1

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    Re: Eos 400d ( Rebel XTI )
    « Reply #35 on: 16 / June / 2009, 13:41:56 »
    @ T.B.
    I've download mine uploded .bin file from http://depositfiles.com/files/qprih7jiz
    and tested in my 400d. It work fine.

    I'm sure that your card still can not boot (not bootable), but please try this:
    - Delete the file autoexec.bin from your card 's root directory.
    - Insert your card into your 400d and turn the power on.
    ->If your camera turn on normaly, your card is not bootable
    ->If your camera can not turn on, your card is bootable (and it hang because it can not find the autoexec.bin file)

    Good luck!
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    Re: Eos 400d ( Rebel XTI )
    « Reply #36 on: 16 / June / 2009, 13:52:25 »

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    Re: Eos 400d ( Rebel XTI )
    « Reply #37 on: 16 / June / 2009, 13:56:07 »
    Same for me.
    I have latest 1.1.1 FW (on XTi body),  2 different cards (512 Kingston  and 2048 Sandisk), one formated in camera and second using system tools( parted).
    Camera doesn't blink with autoexec.bin and can start without it ( even after removing of both batteries.)
    « Last Edit: 16 / June / 2009, 14:08:31 by vatoz »


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    Re: Eos 400d ( Rebel XTI )
    « Reply #38 on: 16 / June / 2009, 13:58:24 »
    Yeah, full agree, ive tried it with an platinum 1gb and a sandisk extreme III 2gb --> no blue light

    pls show me the place in hex, where "bootdisk" should stand (0x40) cant find this (maybe as coordinates or a screenpicture)

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    Re: Eos 400d ( Rebel XTI )
    « Reply #39 on: 16 / June / 2009, 13:59:46 »
    See one page before, there is a fullguide with many pictures.

     

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