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* use a RTL8139 NIC (PCI network card) with 32 pin socket and the appropriate ZIF socket adapter with flashrom. this is a low cost approach. Check, whether flashrom will recognize your flash part in this scenario.
* use a RTL8139 NIC (PCI network card) with 32 pin socket and the appropriate ZIF socket adapter with flashrom. this is a low cost approach. Check, whether flashrom will recognize your flash part in this scenario.
* [http://www.dediprog.com/SPI-flash-in-circuit-programming/SF100 Dediprog SF100]:High speed spi programmer, can be used under both windows and linux(with flashrom). See [[Dediprog SF100|SF100 Usage]] for detail description.
* [http://www.dediprog.com/SPI-flash-in-circuit-programming/SF100 Dediprog SF100]:High speed spi programmer, can be used under both windows and linux(with flashrom). See [[Dediprog SF100|SF100 Usage]] for detail description.
* [http://dangerousprototypes.com/docs/Bus_Pirate Bus Pirate v3/v4]: SPI programmer, similar to but less expensive than the Dediprog SF100. http://flashrom.org/Bus_Pirate#Speedup
* [http://dangerousprototypes.com/docs/Bus_Pirate Bus Pirate v3/v4]: SPI programmer, similar to but less expensive than the Dediprog SF100. Really slow. If you're using it, try at least http://flashrom.org/Bus_Pirate#Speedup to get a somewhat acceptable speed out of it.
* [http://www.flashrom.org/RaspberryPi Raspberry Pi] (or any other development board with a fast SPI bus): SPI programmer, rougly as fast as the Dediprog SF100, but as cheap as the Bus Pirate.


=== BIOS Savior ===
=== BIOS Savior ===

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