Flash Chip on EPIA-M10000 (fwd)
marc at geekythings.com
Sun Oct 17 17:39:00 CEST 2004
Does this mean the EPIA boards use LPC flash?
On Fri, 15 Oct 2004, Ronald G. Minnich wrote:
> This conversation looks like a beginning to a "where do I get a flash
> part" FAQ
> On Fri, 15 Oct 2004, Joshua Wise wrote:
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>> | I'm searching for a bios chip for the EPIA-M10000.
>> | Unfortunatly I found no distributor for the standard chip (SST
>> 39SF020A) in
>> | switzerland and some neighbour countries.
>> | Is there some alternative for this flash chip, which also can flash
>> during a
>> | running system or a good distributor for a small number of items?
>> I believe that mouser (mouser.com) will ship anywhere in the world. They
>> ~ seem to have the 39sf020a in stock, priced at $1.84 for one.
>> They also have the 512kbyte 39sf040, which AFAIK is pin-compatible. The
>> 040 is priced at $2.35 for one.
>> Of course, as Mouser is in the US, shipping is likely to cost more than
>> the part itself (d'oh!).
>> I have heard good things about the UK-based Radio Spares. A quick search
>> of their site - rswww.com - doesn't turn up the part, but I assume that
>> if you compare some datasheets for the PLCC parts, you can find a
>> pin-compatable part.
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