On 14.09.2010 12:27, Peter Lemenkov wrote:
2010/9/14 Carl-Daniel Hailfinger
Could you please attach "superiotool
-deV" output as well?
Heh, seems that I attached wrong file by mistake. See attached file.
It seems superiotool output is completely useless (not your fault). The
Super I/O seems to be unsupported by superiotool. The manual says this
is a NS PC97317VUL Super I/O Chip. Datasheet is here:
(look for SID to find the identification data).
The block diagram in the board manual suggests that the flash chip is a
4 Mbit device directly attached to the ISA bus.
And would it
be possible for you to take a look inside the machine to check which
flash chip it is? Thanks!
Nope, I cant look inside.
OK. The board has a "JP1 firmware write protect" jumper, so writing
would probably be impossible without opening the case.
It _is_ possible that this jumper also prevents probing, but I'm not so
sure about that.