I've played around with flashrom on several different machines in my university. I haven't flashed yet any of the boards. However, there are alot of boards where flashrom detects the chip but it's not listed on the webpage. I will try flashing these boards within the next weeks once I have more time (it's not the flashing that takes so much time but the recovery of the machine in case the flash failed :)).
AsRock Conroe945G: http://pastebin.org/53578 - Chip detected: "Winbond W39V040B" (512 KB, LPC) AsRock K7S8X: http://pastebin.org/53576 - NO Chip detected AsRock K8Upgrade: http://pastebin.org/53574 - Chip detected: "PMC Pm49FL002" (256 KB, LPC,FWH) ASUS K8V-XSE: http://pastebin.org/53579 - Chip detected: "PMC Pm49FL004" (512 KB, LPC,FWH) ASUS P4P-X: http://pastebin.org/53573 - Chip detected: "PMC Pm49FL002" (256 KB, LPC,FWH) ASUS P4T-E: http://pastebin.org/53572 - Chip detected: "SST SST49LF002A/B" (256 KB, FWH) ASUS P5B: http://pastebin.org/53580 - Chip detected: "SST SST25VF080B" (1024 KB, SPI) Elitegroup K7S5A: http://pastebin.org/53571 - NO Chip detected Supermicro H8DAR-T: http://pastebin.org/53583 - Chip detected: "SST SST49LF004A/B" (512 KB, FWH) Supermicro H8DA8: http://pastebin.org/53585 - Chip detected: "SST SST49LF004A/B" (512 KB, FWH)
Looking forward to provide more reports, then *with* actual flashing of the boards.
Adrian Glaubitz wrote:
Both of these have a currently unsupported SiS southbridge...
What about the recent patch by Carl-Daniel? I think, I should give it a try.