August 23, 2017 at 8:16 am #70883
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Have had a look at the pic @chris have postet of the inside of Hi13, but haven’t been abel to deside witch chip is the BIOS, the 2 i have looked at it the one under the heatsink near the CPU (BE1647 (25LB64)) and the other is the one on top af the ITE chip (BE1636 (pm25LQ512))
Anyone abel to help out
There are 3 kind of people in the world, thoose who can count, and thoose that can'tAugust 23, 2017 at 1:35 pm #70888
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25LB64 sounds like a bios chip to me from the others I have flashed in the past. 6 pins right? A small dot is the pin #1
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25LB64 seems to be a 8 pin BGA chip, so guess i’m not gonna fidle arround with the bios then
There are 3 kind of people in the world, thoose who can count, and thoose that can'tSeptember 10, 2017 at 6:41 pm #71899
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I have one opened here.
The main bios is a Winbond W25Q64FW (take care: W = 1.8V, don’t program it directly with a TL866CS or CH341A, you will kill it)
The EC bios next to the ITE IT8987e is a Winbond W25LQ80 (3.3V) and can be programmed without adapter.
I just have an issue… there are two board versions and I’m looking for the BIOS image of a board with a front marking 71P1R1 AP135 and a back marking that starts with AP12D
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