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If you have an SOIC revision, you can add a second SOIC chip in the unpopulated position, and use a switch to toggle between both chips.  
If you have an SOIC revision, you can add a second SOIC chip in the unpopulated position, and use a switch to toggle between both chips.  


The most recent instructions by Peter Stuge can be found here [http://stuge.se/m57sli/]. This is the recommended modification. Peter's company also sells pre-modified boards if you don't want to do the soldering, contact peter at stuge dot se for more information.
The most recent instructions by Peter Stuge can be found here [http://stuge.se/m57sli/]. This is the recommended modification. Peter's company also sells pre-modified boards if you don't want to do the soldering, contact peter at stuge dot se for more information. Also, you may watch Peter's video lecture on coreboot available at youtube asf. for recent info.


Older instructions can be found here [http://coreboot.org/pipermail/coreboot/2007-September/024474.html here], and here are [http://stuge.se/lb/m57sli/ some photos]. These instructions have been [http://www.coreboot.org/pipermail/coreboot/2007-October/025906.html confirmed to work].
Older instructions can be found here [http://coreboot.org/pipermail/coreboot/2007-September/024474.html here], and here are [http://stuge.se/lb/m57sli/ some photos]. These instructions have been [http://www.coreboot.org/pipermail/coreboot/2007-October/025906.html confirmed to work].

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