View Single Post
Old 21 August 2002, 03:15   #6
Registered User
th4t1guy's Avatar
Join Date: Mar 2002
Location: Kansas City, MO, USA
Posts: 543
Might be reprogrammable with hardware, but it's almost cheaper buying a new board than getting the hardware to reprogram.
That's absolutely true with flash rom used as a bios. However, flash rom used for data storage on the other hand, can be a completely different story. For example, the cd32 has a flash rom which can be accessed through workbench (using the right programs), and is not required for boot (as far as I know anyways).
th4t1guy is offline  
Page generated in 0.04883 seconds with 9 queries