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memory range problems when burning chips

Old 08-04-2006, 10:33 PM
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Default memory range problems when burning chips

I own the burn 1 chip burner and it has been working fine. But just today I was messing around with it and when I went to burn a chip, i get these messages:
chip start address must be divisible by 64
chip memory range must be divisable by 64
source memory range should be divisable by64
I using 27sf512 chips. I hope its just something I messed up and didnt realize. I reloaded flash and burn and tried numerous chips. Help a brotha out.
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Old 08-05-2006, 12:02 PM
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Default Re: memory range problems when burning chips

my burner has been working fine for over a year. But for some reason, it would never burn a 27sf512. Only the 29c256. With the sst chip, the car always has a cel, and limp mode. Instead of figuring it out, i just bought a bunch of atamel chips
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Old 08-05-2006, 04:13 PM
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Default Re: memory range problems when burning chips

make sure you have the correct chip selected in the menu. chip addressing start address needs to be 008000 and it'll make the other buffer changes for you. you need to erase the chip prior to buring on to it. before i ever use a chip i erase it at 000000 buffer and then at 008000 for the first time in case there is anything on it and then everytime after at 008000.
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