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    Millenium Card Programming problem

    Hi,

    I`ve bought a Millenium Plus Euro Card from kiwi europe ltd. so it can`t be a fake :) but I couldn`t manage to program it. I am using a Master crd2 programmer and the Millennium Card Loader v 1.0.2.

    this error message appears on each try to program it: No ATR from card

    could it be the programmer I`m using ? do I need a certain programmer ? which programmer do you guys use ?

    thanks.

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    Re: Millenium Card Programming problem

    im using cas3+. no problem at all. just set the cas in phoenix-mode 3,579mhz and then start millenium loader.

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    Re: Millenium Card Programming problem

    Im Using Cas3 for phoenix mode 3.579 and
    Loader Mill connect => click no card reader..and port com..


    OK for card=>Satkiwi only Mill.original

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    Re: Millenium Card Programming problem

    mhh, tried it with cas3 + phoenix @ 3.579 still the same error.

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    Re: Millenium Card Programming problem

    some time, carss is a no correct atr: 3B FF E0 9000 for exemple.
    Loader is ok only with correct atr.
    If your millenium card give you a bad or fake atr, card is out. -> Return to seller.

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    Re: Millenium Card Programming problem

    Quote Originally Posted by st4b View Post
    mhh, tried it with cas3 + phoenix @ 3.579 still the same error.
    you need to use both serial and usb cables when in phoenix mode, set on fast mode.

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    Re: Millenium Card Programming problem

    Can you program it with an old-style Serial phoenix/Smartmouse (not USB that is?)

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    Re: Millenium Card Programming problem

    I still have my Mr PCB Maximus Multiprogrammer (v.1.04) from when I used a Funcard with my Hummy. Any idea if I can use it to program a Millennium Plus Card?

    Tom

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    Re: Millenium Card Programming problem

    i have a big problem

    my millenium card don't work anymore.
    i can not flash it anymore.

    he keeps resseting the card.

    greetz

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    Re: Millenium Card Programming problem

    Quote Originally Posted by Didden View Post
    i have a big problem

    my millenium card don't work anymore.
    i can not flash it anymore.

    he keeps resseting the card.

    greetz
    +details , to can help you, (configuration that you use ....)
    programmer/connectics...

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