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MaarioS Posted - 12/10/2015 : 05:54:58
Hello, I program a lot of M29W640 chips using TSOP48 adapter but in order to program them, I choose S29GL064 device instead because there is no other way. Because of that there is always ID check fail but I skip it and the chip always gets programmed 100% correctly though. The question is- is there any way to add a custom chip support?? It acts exactly the same as S29GL064 but it has ID chip "20ED" and that's about it

Also, 1 more question: I've built a custom TSOP56 adapter and I program my M29W128 chips using that and I program them the same way as I program M29W640 chips and I switch higher addresses for every 8MB portion. I know GQ-4X programmer also has A23 in the socket but the question is- is there any way I can use this higher address so I can program the entire M29W128 just automatically?? This would be extremely helpful!! Also, the chip ID is "207E" so it fails the ID check each time as well. Many thanks in advance for any kind of help!!
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anniel Posted - 12/11/2015 : 06:57:36
MaarioS Posted - 12/10/2015 : 13:07:58
It worked, many thanks!!

Also, I added this support line for M29W128 in case anyone needs it:

Name="M29W128",ID="207E",Class="29LV320T",Category="FLASH",MFG="ST Microelectronics",CodeSize="16777216",Adapter="ADP-003 With MOD",VCC="3.6V",Message="Set the adapter to 5V, 29F jumper position. Using ADP-003 MOD 01. See:";

The description is a bit wrong because it doesn't use ADP-003 but I use my custom TSOP56 adapter that acts the exact same way so you get the idea ;)
anniel Posted - 12/10/2015 : 08:01:44
Add this line to the devices.txt file.

Name="M29W640",ID="20ED",Class="29LV320T",Category="FLASH",MFG="ST Microelectronics",CodeSize="8388608",Adapter="ADP-003 With MOD",VCC="3.6V",Message="Set the adapter to 5V, 29F jumper position. Using ADP-003 MOD 01. See:";

For the M29W128 use the offset function.

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