From: Wolfgang Moser (womo_at_news.trikaliotis.net)
Date: 2008-01-07 18:56:32
Nicolas Welte schrieb: >> In that case even a backwards 28pol-to-32pol adaptor >> can be build. I know that I made a cut-trace option > > I don't need this for sure, because my Eprommer can read 2332 and 2364 > ROMs directly without an adaptor. > >> Since with your (our) >> adaptor one could use the bigger 32pol FlashROMs in >> either a 28pol or 24pol ROM socket, programming such >> a chip would work without any adaptors, wouldn't it? > > What do you mean? In-system programming doesn't work at all, because I own that old mini ISA bus Flasher card from c't magazine, you know. That one can only handle 32pol FlashROMs. But I wanted to program a 28pol 29C256 FlashROM to built a 1571 upgrade ROM once. So I needed a backwards adaptor to let a 28 pin chip programmed within a 32 pin "programmer". Womo Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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