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Erik Malund
06/05/13 13:26
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Mt Airy, Nc
USA


 
#189862 - easily
Responding to: Mikkel C. Simonsen's previous message
How can an erased chip be read/write locked?

[for all chips I know] you need a "full chip erase" to unlock, unlocking sector by sector does not do it.

ha en rar dag

Erik



List of 18 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
Programming AT89LP214      Mikkel C. Simonsen      06/05/13 12:02      
   easily      Erik Malund      06/05/13 13:26      
      Not so easy with an Arghmel      Mikkel C. Simonsen      06/05/13 15:53      
   How certain are you of the applicability of your cable?      Richard Erlacher      06/05/13 15:26      
      Correct, ancient, cable      Mikkel C. Simonsen      06/05/13 16:08      
         No Crystal needed      Jim Granville      06/05/13 18:52      
            More testing      Mikkel C. Simonsen      06/05/13 21:13      
               SS is needed      Jim Granville      06/05/13 22:25      
                  The secret SS pin      Mikkel C. Simonsen      06/06/13 06:29      
                     Secret SS      Michael Karas      06/06/13 14:36      
                        Parallel ports are easy to find...      Mikkel C. Simonsen      06/06/13 17:19      
                           Bugs...      Mikkel C. Simonsen      06/06/13 18:17      
                               Bugs...      Jim Granville      06/06/13 20:05      
                                 Size matters      Mikkel C. Simonsen      06/06/13 20:24      
                                    with all this stupid stuff I would immediately ...      Erik Malund      06/07/13 07:59      
                                       Alternatives      Mikkel C. Simonsen      06/09/13 13:35      
                              What do you expect ... it's ATMEL      Richard Erlacher      06/06/13 20:52      
                     this is ATMEL ... what do you expect?      Richard Erlacher      06/06/13 20:51      

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