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Re: [Libreboot] Fwd: T400 SOIC-16 flashing fails

From: The Gluglug
Subject: Re: [Libreboot] Fwd: T400 SOIC-16 flashing fails
Date: Fri, 05 Jun 2015 14:26:07 +0100
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On 05/06/15 13:37, address@hidden wrote:
> Is there anyone willing to help me please?
> ---------- Forwarded message ---------- From: address@hidden
> <address@hidden> Date: 2015-05-26 22:04 GMT+00:00 Subject:
> T400 SOIC-16 flashing fails To: address@hidden
> Hello all,
> I followed all instructions on 
> including
> adding pins 1 and 9 to the 3.3 V power supply, but I ran into an 
> error I can't resolve, even after triple-checking the instructions
> step by step, the chip is obviously not recognized:
> ---snip--- address@hidden:~/libreboot_util/flashrom/armv7l#
> ./flashrom -p linux_spi:dev=/dev/spidev1.0,spispeed=512 -r
> factory.rom flashrom v0.9.8-unknown on Linux 3.8.13-bone47
> (armv7l) flashrom is free software, get the source code at
> Calibrating delay loop... OK. Found Generic flash chip "unknown SPI
> chip (RDID)" (0 kB, SPI) on linux_spi. === This flash part has
> status NOT WORKING for operations: PROBE READ ERASE WRITE The test
> status of this chip may have been updated in the latest
> development version of flashrom. If you are running the latest
> development version, please email a report to address@hidden
> if any of the above operations work correctly for you with this
> flash chip. Please include the flashrom log file for all operations
> you tested (see the man page for details), and mention which
> mainboard or programmer you tested in the subject line. Thanks for
> your help! Read is not working on this chip. Aborting. ---snap---
> I don't have another Thinkpad that would work with libreboot, so I
> can't check with other hardware weather the chip is the problem. It
> still booted before I dissassembled the laptop, so it's unlikely.
> Another question is how many amps do I need for the 3.3V power
> source for chip (I used an lab power supply which I bought just to
> flash this chip =)?
> Help is much appreciated.
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