On 04.03.2008 04:53, Carl-Daniel Hailfinger wrote:
On 04.03.2008 01:15, Peter Stuge wrote:
On Mon, Mar 03, 2008 at 06:42:05PM -0500, Corey Osgood wrote:
If I hot-unplug the flash chip and hot-replug it, it is recognized again. Reading it shows the erase was successful, but once I try to program even one byte, communication with the flash chip fails completely and I have to unplug and replug to fix that.
I'm seeing exactly the same thing with the cn700+vt8237r on Jetway J7F2W, same flash chip, except that where it hangs seems random.
I take this to mean that 8237 and the W39V040BPZ aren't really compatible.
I would investigate if the timing for the two is compatible on paper. Also, maybe the 8237 has some speed setting like the ITE.
The interesting thing is that the chip is the factory installed chip and flashing it should (not yet tested) work fine with the vendor flash tool.
Yes, the 8237 has some LPC timing settings which could help here. See the data shett for details.