From: Andrew H. Stone <sya@cy...> - 2002-11-08 18:01:18
We are using similar Flash parts, 28f128j3a. Whoever modified ARMBoot for
our board just used flash id macros to initialize the falsh_info data
structure. This is probably not helpful, but I am curious to know why you
absolutely have to read the id out of the part.
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1. INTEL flash 28f256 (Thomas Chen)
Date: Wed, 06 Nov 2002 15:29:57 -0500
From: Thomas Chen <tchen@...>
Subject: [ARMboot-users] INTEL flash 28f256
has anyone worked with this INTEL flash and successfuly read the
MANUFCATURER ID out of it??? if so, i would appicate the sample
code to do that... i am having hardtime getting this chip to work on my
board... though the datasheet indicate that if i write 0x90 to it... i
be able to read manufacturer id out of it...
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From: Andrew H. Stone <sya@cy...> - 2002-11-08 20:19:47
I am working on implementing the Write to Buffer algorithm for Intel
28F128J3A StrataFlash. Has anyone already hacked out this algorithm in
ARMBoot? If so, any source or suggestions would be appreciated.
Thanks, Andrew Stone
> I am working on implementing the Write to Buffer algorithm for Intel
> 28F128J3A StrataFlash. Has anyone already hacked out this algorithm in
> ARMBoot? If so, any source or suggestions would be appreciated.
Check the other implementations. I think some of them are using this
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