Corrupted eeprom Xavier NX 16Gb

Hi, Can anyone post an i2cdump of the eeprom at address 0x50 so I can fix my Xavier NX boards flashing issue please? I have run several i2cset commands whilst talking to a chip on the bus, big mistake, and accidentally corrupted the data there. it’s mostly intact but at least 3 addresses are corrupted 0xff, 0xee and 0x10 I believe. Now I get an error parsing board information when I try to flash my board.

Thanks ever so much to anyone that can assist me.

Cheers, Dan

hello dan136,

may I know which JetPack release you’re working with?
you may see-also Jetson Linux R32.6.1 Release Page | NVIDIA Developer for the overlay patch to support Jetson Xavier NX 16GB.

Hi Jerry,

I’m using Jetpack 5.0.2 and after asking my carrier board supplier for a dump of their eeprom I was able to see what bytes I’d corrupted and correct them. I left the MAC address and serial numbers as they were as they luckily weren’t messed up and then dumped the eeprom data into this calculator: Online CRC-8 CRC-16 CRC-32 Calculator (

I was able to use the known working dump to figure out that I needed to use the CRC8-MAXIM value and after writing that I can now flash my board properly and everything is back up and working.

Thanks for your reply though, it’s greatly appreciated.

Kind Regards,


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