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Dashlaunch black screen (debug version of the installer)!!!

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Hi guys, 

Basically the title says everything.

Checking the 'readme' file under 'Know bugs', I found exactly what I am experiencing..

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- some situations are causing a black screen when starting installer, it somehow seems to
    be related to USB devices and/or signed in profiles. If you run into this issue, try the debug
    version of installer
- it's slower because it's logging to disk but apparently works fine.

My doubt is just about the debug version. 

- where can I get it? Or how can I 'use' it? I did not get this detail yet :(

Thanks in advance.

Best regards,

ZerO.

PS1. I tried several usb devices as well my internal memory.

PS2. I tried without any profiles signed in.

PS3. My console is a Trinity with Dualboot (DemoN + CR3 PRO) running 17526 on both nands and I am trying to install dashlaunch 3.19.

PS4. No bad bad blocks on both NANDs.

PS5. I tried to install it using my custom launch.ini on my HDD root (Seagate 2Tb), tried the default and without any launch.ini on it.

 

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2 hours ago, ZerOneX said:

Hi guys, 

Basically the title says everything.

Checking the 'readme' file under 'Know bugs', I found exactly what I am experiencing..

My doubt is just about the debug version. 

- where can I get it? Or how can I 'use' it? I did not get this detail yet :(

Thanks in advance.

Best regards,

ZerO.

PS1. I tried several usb devices as well my internal memory.

PS2. I tried without any profiles signed in.

PS3. My console is a Trinity with Dualboot (DemoN + CR3 PRO) running 17526 on both nands and I am trying to install dashlaunch 3.19.

PS4. No bad bad blocks on both NANDs.

PS5. I tried to install it using my custom launch.ini on my HDD root (Seagate 2Tb), tried the default and without any launch.ini on it.

 

This is is user error.. Simply put.. You need to read up on dashlaunch.. Plain and simple..

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Hi felida, not sure if I got your reply... really sorry.

Actually I've been using autogg, j-runner and xbuildGUI with dashlaunch 'built in' option, but now I (after years I know) am trying to dig into it. 

I generated my 17526 RGHed imaged with xebuild 1.19.1 and want to install DL 3.19 separated. 

I need to use the installer debug like the photo attached but I am no sure where to get it. 

Well, thank you very much and really sorry if my question does not make sense anymore nowadays.

Dashlaunch Debug.png

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5 minutes ago, ZerOneX said:

Hi felida, not sure if I got your reply... really sorry.

Actually I've been using autogg, j-runner and xbuildGUI with dashlaunch 'built in' option, but now I (after years I know) am trying to dig into it. 

I generated my 17526 RGHed imaged with xebuild 1.19.1 and want to install DL 3.19 separated. 

I need to use the installer debug like the photo attached but I am no sure where to get it. 

Well, thank you very much and really sorry if my question does not make sense anymore nowadays.

Dashlaunch Debug.png

you should have generated the nand with dashlaunch already..

comes with jrunner/xebuild.. soooooo.. lol

 

as for the debug build.. i dont think there is one.. as there isnt one that comes with it..

 

and you should read the notes before the debug one:

- some well used NAND images with earlier versions of DL already installed seem
    incapable of being updated with larger sized files, it is recommended for
    the time being to make a clean NAND image with the most recent/up to date
    image builder if you run into this issue

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First of all, thank you for your prompt reply. I appreciate it. 

This is exactly what I do always. 

As it is a dual boot system with DemoN, I update the retail nand (in this example, the 17526) and use it as a base to generate the RGHed one. 

So I always use a fresh brand new (up to date) retail nand to build the other one.

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you should have generated the nand with dashlaunch already..

comes with jrunner/xebuild.. soooooo.. lol

Doing this it works well... I am just trying to understand it in a more granular details... 

I know that it is does not make much sense anymore in 2019, but this was on my 'to do' list, and as I have time now, why not? :D

Thank you one more time for your help felida. 

Yours faithfully,

ZerO.

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16 minutes ago, ZerOneX said:

First of all, thank you for your prompt reply. I appreciate it. 

This is exactly what I do always. 

As it is a dual boot system with DemoN, I update the retail nand (in this example, the 17526) and use it as a base to generate the RGHed one. 

So I always use a fresh brand new (up to date) retail nand to build the other one.

Doing this it works well... I am just trying to understand it in a more granular details... 

I know that it is does not make much sense anymore in 2019, but this was on my 'to do' list, and as I have time now, why not? :D

Thank you one more time for your help felida. 

Yours faithfully,

ZerO.

understand what exactly???

and just a heads up, the readme hasnt "REALLY" been updated.. and i went back FAR in dashlaunch releases.. no debug build comes with it.. lol..

so that is probably an old note from WAY back in the day lol

 

edit: and you're welcome for the replies mate.. just lurking in the corner lmao

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Understand if there is a way to install the dashlaunch in a 'separated way' in a cases like this..

But in simple words I am definitely making a rod for my own back :D

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Ok, so I understand that we do not have debug installer anymore :(

Will keep thinking out of the box to see if I will be able to find something else. 

Thank you very much for the quick discussing, You seem to be a nice guy.

Regards,

ZerO.

 

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15 hours ago, ZerOneX said:

Understand if there is a way to install the dashlaunch in a 'separated way' in a cases like this..

But in simple words I am definitely making a rod for my own back :D

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Ok, so I understand that we do not have debug installer anymore :(

Will keep thinking out of the box to see if I will be able to find something else. 

Thank you very much for the quick discussing, You seem to be a nice guy.

Regards,

ZerO.

 

You can create a nand image without dashlaunch.. And install dashlaunch manually with the default.xex..

 

edit: and i am a nice guy.. up until someone does something stupid.. not you, but i have gone off on some people for blatant ignorance, lol

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Fair enough ehehe. I believe that nobody has the obligation of knowing everything, but respect is always mandatory... and a minimum of research as well.

If I install like you suggested, is exactly when the issue happens. 

I will make a video and host on youtube. It will simplify everything. 

Cheers felida, have a great day

 

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23 minutes ago, ZerOneX said:

Fair enough ehehe. I believe that nobody has the obligation of knowing everything, but respect is always mandatory... and a minimum of research as well.

If I install like you suggested, is exactly when the issue happens. 

I will make a video and host on youtube. It will simplify everything. 

Cheers felida, have a great day

 

so you are saying when you manually install dashlaunch, with a nand image without it, it causes a freeze??

 

how about when you update dashlaunch?? for instance, using an old version of nand with older DL and updating it??

 

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Going to reproduce your scenario and will let you know what happens. Thank you

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