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  • elliotking
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    usbflashprog works great

    Posted 02/14/2013
  • jacksongomez
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    Recomendo

    Posted 01/20/2013
  • colefisher
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    usbflashprog works great

    Posted 12/18/2012
  • olivercampbell
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    Reliable and stable, thanks usbflashprog

    Posted 11/11/2012
  • jacksonchase
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    usbflashprog works nicely

    Posted 09/19/2012
  • kurtana
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    Workes as it should

    Posted 05/21/2012
  • dillangomes
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    Reliable and stable, thanks usbflashprog

    Posted 03/26/2012
  • didalm
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    Hello, Seems there is an available commercial product made by Microchip: http://www.microchip.com/stellent/idcplg?IdcService=SS_GET_PAGE&nodeId=1406&dDocName=en535259 Price offered is: USD 79.98 Is your project offering features not available in the commercial version? What is the evaluated cost of your project realization (recurrent hardware cost part) Why do not extend the feature to manage not so EEPROMS but also PIC and parallel components programming?

    Posted 03/13/2011
  • robsonmartins
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    Anonymous, Thanks for your comment! The OpenProg project (at http://openprog.altervista.org/) doesn't support parallel devices programming (such Flash / E(E)PROM's - eg: found as BIOS chip into PC motherboards) - only serial devices are supported (PIC's, ATMEL, I2C and SPI EEPROM's, etc) by OpenProg programmer. I'm starting this project for substitute my old Willem / EzoFlash progammer (with deprecated parallel port interface) - for a modern, USB port based and "inexpensive" programmer.

    Posted 03/10/2010