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greekhero wrote: Hello, has anyone had success with flashing the 25Q064A using the clip? I can program the MXIC not not this Micron chip; the chip is not recognized at all. I wonder if anyone has been able to and what programmer are they using?
dcouly wrote: Hello, you can use BX25q64A with SP8 OF SOFI. If you have a message about unknown device just continu... if you have a message about curent exeed, then connect 3.3v directly on pin 8 of the cheap and the ground on pin 4. garanted it works! i have sp8-A.
greekhero wrote: Hi Zinelli,
Glad to hear that you are able to access it using the RaspberryPi. I have never used it for flashing/reading rom. Do you recommend a software/hardware combo or a tutorial that I can use with it?
dcouly wrote: Hello with a multimeter (continuty test or buzzer) try to find a test point on motherboard. sometimes it's the bottom of one resistor near of the eepromm cheap and near of pin 8. look at this scheme attached. this scheme is for tl866 programmer. you have to put your contacts at the bottom of your sofi programmer. good luck bro.
dcouly wrote: No... forget about 2 AA battery's. You have to use a good and stable power supply sometimes it's works better with 3.7v I don't why but be sure that it will work. In device choice with my SP8-A of SOFI i take successfully w25q64A, bx25Q64A OR W25Q64, Another advice: don't erase the chip before your 3 .bin files saved are verified as good by Token Paul or Tha ghost. Good luck.
thaGH05T wrote: The chips are identical, the issue lies in the setup. Either there is something in your way or your voltage just isn't right. That is usually the issue even when I struggle with a read.
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