[rescue] EPROM lifespans and archiving (WAS something else)
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Mon Jul 25 15:11:08 CDT 2011
In article <4E2D6D07.8030002 at rjlsystems.com>,
Barry Callahan <barryc at rjlsystems.com> writes:
> On 07/24/2011 04:56 PM, Richard wrote:
> > The Sparkfun Inventor's Kit (Arduino package) costs only $100
> > <http://www.sparkfun.com/products/10339>
> > That's 1/4th the price of the Conitec Galep-4.
> While true, you'd also have to program the arduino to read *and write*
> the eeprom, and a means to save the image, hopefully in some standard
> Not all of us have the skills to do that. And of those who do, not all
> of us expect to have the available time or maybe even the desire to
> implement our own EEPROM programmer.
The Arduino is very easy to program and I already posted a link to a
"how to" article that shows how to do this for dumping ROM/PROM/EPROM.
I'm not telling anyone what to do and everyone makes their own
choices. This is just another choice you can make.
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