On 2014/05/01 19:21, Stefan Tauner wrote:
On Mon, 18 Feb 2013 20:55:25 +0200
Stelios Tsampas <zeronebones(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Flashrom detects MS-7094
Note: flashrom successfully flashed MS-7094 even though it wasn't
detected properly but it couldn't flash MS-6702E as it couldn't find a
suitable erase command.
Edit: Re-attached proper lspci output
Been a while, sorry...
Thanks for your report! I have investigated this issue by looking at
the original patch that added the board enable for the board with MSI
PCI IDs of 0x7094, a later patch that added the MS- model number and
various lspci logs online etc.
I think you are correct that the string printed on the MS-7094 is
wrong, but the code actually is the right one. This does also explain
why you found it to work as (un)expected.
I wonder about the second part of your statement though. Do you also
posses a MS-6702E/MSI K8T-Neo2-F/FIR? If so then I would like to see
flashrom and lspci -nnv logs of it. The "couldn't find a suitable erase
command" probably indicates a write protection similar to the MS-7094.
Hi, sadly that mobo was rendered unusable because I tried to flash it
anyways and it failed,
so I ended up returning it for repair. I do not think I have any of the
flashrom logs or the lspci
output stored somewhere any more.
Sorry for not being more helpful :(