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metro_eletro

Canada
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Posted - 04/09/2021 :  04:21:35  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hello!

I have a Willem PCB5.0 parallel burner & EPROM50 software.

I need to edit the start address for a 27C256. The default is 04000 (which you can see when you load the chip profile) but I need to change it to 00000. EPROM50 shows the 04000 address but it can't be edited.

How can I modify this? Is there a way to enable those fields for editing?



Thank you!

Edited by - metro_eletro on 04/09/2021 05:58:53
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anniel

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Posted - 06/22/2021 :  06:19:51  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by metro_eletro

Hello!

I have a Willem PCB5.0 parallel burner & EPROM50 software.

I need to edit the start address for a 27C256. The default is 04000 (which you can see when you load the chip profile) but I need to change it to 00000. EPROM50 shows the 04000 address but it can't be edited.

How can I modify this? Is there a way to enable those fields for editing?



Thank you!


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metro_eletro

Canada
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Posted - 07/29/2021 :  07:35:20  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I've moved to your GQ4x4, where the software allows for this offset more easily.

(PS: please support MCU-48 like Intel 8748 / 8749 on the the GX4x4 model! An parallel burner that supports it is no good when it's unreliable, as you can tell form my posts. Thank you!)

Edited by - metro_eletro on 07/29/2021 07:35:56
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