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Old Oct 24, 2002, 10:51 PM
felix17 felix17 is offline
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Tell me about it I used to flash my own 12c508 for the PXS - beleive I am just as boggled as you are. My worst solder screwup modding a board didn't take this long to straighten out. CRIPES!
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Old Oct 24, 2002, 11:01 PM
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I had this same freaking problem too. But i got it figured out finally! I couldnt get it to go at all on my desktop pc. Kept getting errors even when booting from Dos Boot disk. Finally i tried my laptop which has XP. I installed a program called GiveIO Driver Setup.exe that was mentioned here on the board. After I did that, it ran great. Look for the link on the board. Hope it helps.
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Old Oct 24, 2002, 11:21 PM
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Installed and restarted, same device not supported. I appreciate all the help.
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Old Oct 24, 2002, 11:36 PM
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I followed these intructions to flash mine when it was pluged into the paralell port of my laptop running XP

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To Flash the mod you simply plug a 9Volt battery into the programmer and secure the chip onto the pins of the programmer.
When you have done that you simply plug it into the back of the printer port no cables what so ever are needed. Once done that you need the Flash tool and Dll file from ***********.warmcat.com/milksop/wmilk.exe and here ***********.warmcat.com/ntiosupp.dll. Once you have these extract them into a directory with evox 2.5 available from www.xtracer.net Eg extract all files to c:\Matrix. You must then go to the command prompt or dos prompt and enter the directory the bios and wmilk is in eg: C:\Matrix. From here you type wmilk -c -a ffc00000 -v -p evox25.bin. Then it will programme and takes a few minutes. Thats it!

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The link to the dll didn't work ... i just done a search for it on the web ... found it and put it in the same dir as the wmilk
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Old Oct 24, 2002, 11:58 PM
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That is the exact same procedure I am trying. I know that command line better than my name. Xodus support gave me the following:
Try on the PC that you got an Erase Error. (WINLPC)
Use a 9v Alkaline Battery (new) not a regular one.

Try again:
Plug battery on programmer
plug chip on programmer
plug programmer on LPT port (direct)
and let mw know what you get

So I again ran out and got 2 new different brands of batteries. Trying it now.
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Old Oct 25, 2002, 12:07 AM
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good luck

I dont know what else i can suggest as the above procedure worked first time for me ...
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