[flashrom] [PATCH] Intel 28F002BC-T
c-d.hailfinger.devel.2006 at gmx.net
Fri Jul 16 02:42:52 CEST 2010
On 16.07.2010 02:05, Mattias Mattsson wrote:
> On Thu, Jul 15, 2010 at 10:03:36AM -0400, Joshua Roys wrote:
>> On 07/15/2010 06:51 AM, Mattias Mattsson wrote:
>>> I'm trying latest flashrom (r1082) an an Intel SE440BX. No flashchip
>>> is detected. I also tried to reuse the SE440BX-2 board enable but
>>> couldn't make it work.
>>> The flash on the board is an Intel E28F002BC-T80. Datasheet here:
>>> I would like to add the chip to flashchips.c but was unsure how to
>>> interpret the datasheet and the corresponding values for
>>> probe/read/write function.
>>> Logs attached
>> Can you please try the attached patch? Please do a `flashrom -V' after
>> and see if the chip is detected, and reply with that log. If you want
>> to try a write, make sure you have a backup ready and time to spend
>> fixing it in case it doesn't work (another patch may be needed to enable
> I'm sorry to say that the chip is not detected. (I actually tried a
> very similar if not identical patch myself before sending my mail).
> For completeness, log attached.
Here are a few tricks which will help you to read the log and get this
Looking at your log, it looks like a board enable is needed (besides
chip support). If you're skilled with x86 assembler, you can even do it
yourself. http://www.flashrom.org/Board_Enable has more info. Otherwise
ask twice11 or snelson or eightdot or libv in #flashrom.
It makes sense to merge the chip support anyway because then it will
start working magically once the board enable is in.
The superiotool output helps because you can dig up a datasheet for the
Super I/O in case you need to toggle some GPIO there to get flash write
access (and flash ID responses). However, it is just as likely that the
flahs chip is controlled by the PIIX4 southbridge instead.
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