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Unbrick a Teclast X98 BIOS with Bus Pirate 4 and Flashrom

Tuesday, August 25th, 2015

cosmok82 has posted a tutorial on how to unbrick a Teclast X98 BIOS with Bus Pirate 4 and Flashrom: Sometimes you put your feet out of bed and a bad day comes. In all these days C/D is close to you! Enjoy our guide, step by step to unbrick your Teclast...

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Bus Pirate and flashrom save another laptop

Friday, May 3rd, 2013

Forum member ph1ph1l0u reports success rescuing his Asus laptop from a bad bios flash using flashrom and the buspirate. Get your own Bus Pirate for $30, including worldwide shipping.

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Posted in Bus Pirate | 2 Comments »

Asus Laptop saved with the Bus Pirate and flashrom

Wednesday, February 20th, 2013

Ph1ph1l0u  successfully recovered his Asus Laptop using the Bus Pirate and flashrom: You have no idea how I'm happy too ;-) yes biosflasher, it's a very GREAT soft, very usefull and very efficient ^^, and also for Bus Pirate: a cheap device, but how is usefull and efficient, a real GREAT...

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Posted in Bus Pirate | 6 Comments »

Flashrom 0.9.4 released

Wednesday, August 10th, 2011

Mattias inform us of the release of flashrom 0.9.4, which works with the Bus Pirate : Flashrom is a utility for reading, writing, erasing and verifying flash ROM chips. Flashrom is designed to flash BIOS/EFI/coreboot/firmware/optionROM images on mainboards, network/graphics/storage controller cards, and various programmer devices. It can do so without any special boot...

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Posted in Chips | 6 Comments »

Bus Pirate firmware v5.5

Friday, August 6th, 2010

Bus Pirate firmware v5.5 is ready to download. This version has a few new features and a couple bug fixes. New servo controller ('S'), thanks Randy New SPI binary bulk read/write should speed up Flashrom Updated commands to support piratePICprog Some bug fixes, as usual Read about the firmware update...

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Posted in Bus Pirate, firmware | 3 Comments »

Bus Pirate OpenOCD walk-through

Thursday, April 15th, 2010

Jrt posted some notes about using the Bus Pirate with OpenOCD: It does work - but it's not slick or fast. If you want a cheap JTAG adapter for remote debugging or big flash writes, get an FTDI-2232 based one. But, it'll be fine for fiddling with bootloaders or just...

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Posted in Bus Pirate, FPGA, JTAG | 1 Comment »

Bus Blaster: High speed USB to JTAG, SPI, UART

Thursday, March 25th, 2010

The Bus Pirate can program flash chips with flashrom and debug JTAG devices with OpenOCD, but it doesn't do these things very fast. It was designed for human-speed interaction. The Bus Pirate is a good way to learn an EEPROM chip, but you eventually integrate the chip in a real...

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Posted in Bus Blaster, JTAG | 15 Comments »

Flashrom release

Thursday, February 18th, 2010

ROM programmers and motherboard hackers will be happy to know that there's a new release of Flashrom for Windows, ported by pgeorgi and posted informally in the forum. Flashrom is an open source utility for working with flash storage chips. It supports a bunch of flash chips commonly used on...

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Bus Pirate support in Windows Flashrom port

Friday, January 8th, 2010

Flashrom is an open source utility for working with flash storage chips. It supports a bunch of flash chips commonly used on motherboards to hold the system BIOS. biosflasher (Carl-Daniel Hailfinger) recently added Bus Pirate support to Flashrom. Now pgeorgi has released a Windows port of Flashrom with Bus Pirate...

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Flashrom GUI frontend

Monday, December 7th, 2009

Sean Nelson has a design preview of a GUI frontend for the open source Flashrom utility. Carl-Daniel Hailfinger recently added support for the Bus Pirate to Flashrom, we covered it here.

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Bus Pirate support in Flashrom project

Tuesday, December 1st, 2009

Flashrom is an open source utility for working with flash storage chips. It supports a bunch of flash chips commonly used on motherboards to hold the system BIOS. biosflasher (Carl-Daniel Hailfinger) recently added Bus Pirate support to Flashrom. It should be possible to program SPI flash chips using the next...

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