On Monday 25 October 2010, Joshua Roys wrote:
On 10/17/2010 06:35 AM, Ville Skyttä wrote:
I tried out flashrom on a ASUS OPLX-M motherboard, and it didn't find a flash device. I found some info by googling (that I cannot verify) that the OPLX-M would be an OEM (or something) version of the ASUS MEL-M; I suppose this particular board originally came with a Fujitsu/Siemens PC.
Attached is a partial (quick, hacky) patch that might get the board working. The vendor enable does some other funky stuff with MTRRs/MSRs, SMIs, cache and legacy ISA address forward twiddling. I would only use this patch to read and verify the existing contents, just to be safe.
Thanks, read and verify report success with this patch (which needs a s/ASSU/ASUS/ though ;)), see attachments.
Risking bricking this board is not a big deal, let me know if you think testing write and erase are worth a shot too and I can try them out.