Kiran Patil wrote:
On Dec 28, 2007 7:30 PM, Carl-Daniel Hailfinger <email@example.com mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
On 28.12.2007 14:29, Kiran Patil wrote: > MSI MS-7250 VER:2.2 (K9N Ultra) motherboard is not detecting > SST49LF004A/B chip. > > I am attaching the following files, > > flashrom.log -- Which contains flashrom --verbose output > It seems we are missing a board enable routine for the K9N Ultra.
But the motherboard detects Pm49FL004 chip.
Please find the attached log file.
Are you absolutely certain that the chip is an SST49LF004? You aren't using a BIOS Savior with a switch in the wrong position? I know this sounds a little odd, but here's the deal: the flash chip vendor and model that flashrom is reporting aren't anywhere near what they should be for that chip. So, either you have a different chip, or else the board is somehow masking the chip ID, and reporting a false one. It could be that the board is somehow disabling access to its own flash chip, and instead copying the BIOS contents to ram (although the more I think about it, the more far-fetched and maybe even impossible that sounds). Do you have a floppy drive that you can use uniflash to try to flash, or at least identify, this chip?