Hello to everyone! I'm writing here because I've found many interesting topics about the D-Link Horstbox Standard (DVA-G3342SD) on this forum. We are working on an italian forum (http://www.ilpuntotecnicoeadsl.com/forum/index.php) to see if we can adapt the HBX Std firmware to a wireless ADSL modem/router with exactly the same hardware given by an italian ISP to its customers which unfortunately has some great limitations with the current firmware and is no longer supported. To study the feasibility of a firmware porting we need to have a dump of the whole 8Mb HBX Std flash and I hope that someone here could help us. Thanks in advance to everyone, even for reading my post! p.s. For the ones interested, below I explain how to make a flash dump. Making a flash dump is very simple and you don't need to open the HBX Std. You just need to download a TFTP server: http://www.snapfiles.com/get/solartftp.html It's freeware: you can freely download, install and use it. To do all the rest you have to be logged as system administrator. After logging to your administrator account, install the TFTP server. During the TFTP server installation, a directory called TFTP-Root would be created on the root of your hard disk. The flash image would be downloaded there. Load the TFTP server and start it (you can do it by the TFTP server window). To download the flash image to your hard disk, just open a command prompt and write (I'm assuming you're using Windows: if you use Linux, tell me): ipconfig /all by this command you would know your pc ip address (something like 192.168.1.x with x between 2 and 253). Write down your_ip_address and write: telnet 192.168.1.1 This would open a telnet session with your HBX Std: login with username admin and your password (admin if you haven't changed it). After logging in, write: tftp -p -l /dev/mtdblock0 -r mtd0 your_ip_address Now you should find in your TFTP-Root a file called mtd0 which size is 8Mb and it is what I need. As you can see, the process is very easy: explaining it to you has taken five minutes, following it would take even less. Don't hesitate to contact me if you have any doubt but I'm sure you wouldn't. p.p.s. If it isn't a problem for you, reset the router to the factory settings before making the flash dump: if you save your settings before resetting the router to defaults you would be able to restore them later on.