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Will the Sun clear the EPROM?

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  • #31
    Hektar Zahler
    Level 34  
    There are cases that are almost documented - e.g. BSI computer in Peżota. Until some time I did not believe it until I found the FF in the eeprom, probably 307. The memory almost erased before my eyes during the replacement of the battery for new - I emphasize because it could have been significant. All settings (ie car configuration) simply "checked" and I had to re-load VIN, PIN code, settings, keys ... Read about it BSI is already writing books. Interestingly, after uploading the settings, the machine works without any reservations.

    ps

    The previous battery was scrap - maybe there is something in it?
  • #32
    DJ_Opornik
    Level 20  
    Indeed, it is not known whether the drivers that came to me in the "virgin" state did not come from machines, eg burned from the starter - no one ever revealed the circumstances of the defect.
  • #33
    Hektar Zahler
    Level 34  
    So it is possible? Unexplainable coincidence - CB radio microphone. The controller has the markings scuffed, but it looks like a D8751H. I left the microphone on while it was connected to the battery and forgot to turn it off. The memory was cleared in this way for about a week before the voltage dropped to zero during that time.

    Will the Sun clear the EPROM? Will the Sun clear the EPROM?
  • #34
    HD-VIDEO
    Level 40  
    Hektar Zahler wrote:
    Can I destroy the UV Win.CIH eprom?
    - YES, because the virus generates random strings to do this.


    Now write how he reprogrammed EPROMA
  • #35
    Hektar Zahler
    Level 34  
    Buddy, you can program the eprom in the record holder, because that's what we did in the technical school. And even you can see by hand - Link
  • #36
    HD-VIDEO
    Level 40  
    Hektar Zahler wrote:
    Buddy, you can program the eprom in the record holder, because that's what we did in the technical school


    You have to write specifically, Win.CIH is to do it on the EPROM CD, damaging it by overwriting the contents.