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The PLAICE will make use of an adapter cable that will interface to the mainboard via the FLASH BIOS socket or onto the pins of a soldered in place FLASH device. It may also be used to program a FLASH device or emulate a FLASH device in circuit. Since the PLAICE attaches directly to the in-circuit FLASH device, the FLASH may be programmed without the need to reverse engineer any FLASH WRITE/ENABLE "security through obscurity" protection schemes incorporated into a mainboard.
The PLAICE will make use of an adapter cable that will interface to the mainboard via the FLASH BIOS socket or onto the pins of a soldered in place FLASH device. It may also be used to program a FLASH device or emulate a FLASH device in circuit. Since the PLAICE attaches directly to the in-circuit FLASH device, the FLASH may be programmed without the need to reverse engineer any FLASH WRITE/ENABLE "security through obscurity" protection schemes incorporated into a mainboard.


==== EPROM/Flash programmer that can program the flash on your motherboard (external device) ====
==== external EPROM/Flash programmer that can program the flash on your motherboard ====




* [http://www.loet.de/flasher_en.html IDE adapter for PLCC32 & DIP32 sockets] --
 
* [http://www.conitec.net/english/software.htm GALEP-4] -- Has [http://www.conitec.net/hardware/down/galep-linux-alpha1.html beta linux drivers] ~$300. See [[Galep IV]] for a description on how to get the more modern windows software working in Linux with wine
* [http://www.conitec.net/english/software.htm GALEP-4] Has [http://www.conitec.net/hardware/down/galep-linux-alpha1.html beta linux drivers] ~$300. See [[Galep IV]] for a description on how to get the more modern windows software working in Linux with wine


==== Bios Savior ====
==== Bios Savior ====

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