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If the flash on a board gets corrupted, you need to compare it to the original. DC has no function to dump tha flash to a .bin file. This procedure will allow you to dump the flash to a .bin file and then use a hex editor to compare the files.
Note: the DC save entire flash option does not work on many boards.
To save the flash, downlaod hex2bin.zip.
The perform the following steps:
Then you can compare the .bin files. I use MS Visual Studio for this. There are other hex editors available.
The DOS comp.exe can also be used.
Note: the user and ID-block areas will be different.