samuel.verstraete at gmail.com
Fri Mar 27 09:29:10 CET 2009
On Fri, Mar 27, 2009 at 9:06 AM, Peter Stuge <peter at stuge.se> wrote:
> samuel wrote:
>> All this talking about a single pin that is causing this is making
>> me think about something...
>> This mainboard has 2 jumpers. Each next to each other...
>> One is "BIOS RESET" and the other is "CRISIS PARK"... Could that
>> CRISIS PARK maybe connect to pin 8 to disable the flashrom
> Note that only the top 64kb of the flash chip is locked now.
> But yes - it could certainly be controlled a jumper.
>> I guess if i measure the voltage and/or ohm that should tell me?
> Correct. If there is 0 ohm between the middle pin of that jumper and
> pin 8, move the jumper and try running flashrom again.
> To really make sure it's good to verify that voltage between pins 16
> and 8 actually changes when you disconnect that jumper.
On the channel someone said i could also try to use another mainboard
to flash the rom... Is that a possibility with this 'weird' pin there?
I still have a couple of nforce2 boards that have the same rom socket
so i could prolly test on those too... or doesn't that make any sense?
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