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Old 05-11-2021, 02:38 PM   #1
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Default Help With EZP2019+ Programmer

Hello. I Have an EZP2019+ Programmer with an assortment of adapters that I am trying to use to dump the original BIOS firmware from a MICRON 25Q128A IC (Datasheet here) and then flash the newest BIOS firmware.

I have the chip de-soldered from the motherboard and have the chip fitted securely into the "200-209mil SOP8 Socket" adapter. This adapter is placed into the top portion of the 1.8V adapter and that] adapter is connected to the top portion of the programmer.

It doesn't seem like the software is able to read the chip:

Since the datasheet says this is a 1.8V chip, I have it connected in the 1.8V adapter socket. Here is my setup:

Am I doing this right? Why can't it read the chip?
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Old 05-15-2021, 03:48 PM   #2
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Default Re: Help With EZP2019+ Programmer

That's the N25Q512A ID, not the N25Q128A ID.
The NOR Flash was probably wrongly marked.
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