Seeing from your PROBE.TXT log that AT25DF081A and AT26DF081A are at the same 0xfff00000 physical address, I think it's the same chip which got detected twice. Do you have the opportunity to physically see the markings on your chip to confirm its' model? Then, maybe with directly specifying the chip's model using a "-c" option there could be more success (of course with a new version of flashrom).
Also, I see that you are trying to use flashrom on MS-DOS. Please could you try some LiveCD with Linux? (you may have to add the "iomem=relaxed" option to Linux kernel flags after pressing e while at GRUB for the default boot entry)
On Sat, Apr 3, 2021 at 2:52 PM Rahngue NGARIERA email@example.com wrote:
Hi there. I tried to probe for/read the bios chip in my Dell T3400 (desktop pc) using Flashrom 0.9.4 and 1.2 It detected chipset is Intel ICH9R and then failed. FlashRom 0.9.4 found 2 flash chips AT25DF081A and AT26DF081A then failed to read. But I could see on the mobo only one chip AT26DF081A FlashRom 1.2 failed on Probe/Read while trying Hardware Sequencing. I've attached the logs to this email. Looking at the list of supported chips, I saw that success with this Intel chipset was "config-dependent". So what corrections to get FlashRom to work for my Dell? or What flash utility do you advise so I can get a copy of the bios chip? Thanks for your help, Etonam. _______________________________________________ flashrom mailing list -- firstname.lastname@example.org To unsubscribe send an email to email@example.com