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post #41 of 138 Old 01-09-07, 09:56 PM
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Re: Revised Firmware V1.4 for the DSP1124P

I've started to get a few orders already.

I'm using a stock of brand new 27c512 eproms
(...nice shiny pins and everything ! )

I've got a few chips ready to go, so don't be shy ! ;-)
http://www.hobbyroms.com/all.html

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post #42 of 138 Old 01-10-07, 09:30 AM
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Re: Revised Firmware V1.4 for the DSP1124P

I just ordered my updated eeprom from hobbyroms, worked out good for me as I'm also in Canada, I do believe that I started all this a few months ago, I thought that I was just a goon at first as did some of you, but I must say that it all worked out great in the end.

I would like to thank Ron Carlton, Sonnie and all the rest of you guys that followed through and got a fix.

I've come back and checked this forum occasionally for the last few months and low and behold if today I didn't find this fix. I'm so happy, can't wait to get my new eeprom and try it out

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post #43 of 138 Old 01-18-07, 03:19 PM
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Re: Revised Firmware V1.4 for the DSP1124P

Alright! I got my new eprom from Hobbyroms.com today. Gonna pry her open tonight and see iof I can get it working. Any tips on the process from anyone who's had success?
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post #44 of 138 Old 01-20-07, 03:54 PM
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Count me in on the EPROM effort. I'm not that familiar with OTP EPROMS, but is it possible to substitute a different EPRPM so it can be flashed if there are any more updates?
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post #45 of 138 Old 01-20-07, 04:03 PM
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OTP EPROMS
They're one time programmable and then you throw them away. There is no flashing firmware, nor is the BFD board set up for it. Since the BFD is being discontinued, this would be the last gasp......

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post #46 of 138 Old 01-20-07, 04:22 PM
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Thanks. Let me know if there will be a bulk buy, I'll kick in so one person doesn't get "stuck" with laying out a;; the money.
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post #47 of 138 Old 01-21-07, 02:54 PM
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Alright! I got my new eprom from Hobbyroms.com today. Gonna pry her open tonight and see iof I can get it working. Any tips on the process from anyone who's had success?

Just a word of caution to those who are installing the eprom.

1- Be sure to note which side the "notch" on the original eprom is facing

2- Remove the old eprom carefully ( I find a flathead screwdriver works well )

3- Install the new eprom in the same direction as the old one,
matching the notch to the same direction
[Note : Don't rely on the sticker for orientation, USE THE NOTCH ]

When installing an eprom, I find that the easiest way
is to tilt the eprom so as to line-up all the pins on one side
to fit in the socket. When you're sure you've got the pins on one side lined-up,
ease the other side into the other side of the socket.

The eprom pins are usually just a little wider than the socket,
so you might have to put a bit of pressure to make sure the pins fit in the socket.

DON'T PUSH the eprom in just yet.

Make sure all the pins are indeed fitted in the socket...
Bent pins are hard to see.

Once you're sure all the pins are well positioned,
AND you've got the notch facing the right way,
....then push the eprom fully into the socket.

Good luck.

Feel free to e-mail me if you have any problems
( info @ hobbyroms.com )

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post #48 of 138 Old 01-21-07, 04:41 PM
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Re: Revised Firmware V1.4 for the DSP1124P

Ordered one today - thanks for this you guys!!
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post #49 of 138 Old 01-22-07, 09:04 AM
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Re: Revised Firmware V1.4 for the DSP1124P

I've got an extra EPROM. Got one from hobbyroms, and a replacement one from Behringer support two days later. $5 mailed from Iowa. Who wants it? PM me.

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post #50 of 138 Old 01-22-07, 07:24 PM
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Re: Revised Firmware V1.4 for the DSP1124P

I've got the replacement EPROM (thanks Steph from Hobbyroms.com). How in the world do you remove the screws to get to the guts of the thing? I have a number 1 and 0 Phillips screwdriver from Radio Shack with the small handle...could only loosen 1 screw! Are there better screwdrivers? Or am I a wimp ?

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