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(Recovering a bricked Lycom PE-115 88SE8123 PCIe to SATA adapter using flashrom and a Bus Pirate - power to the PE-115 is supplied by a PC. The test probes of the bus pirate are attached directly to the SOIC Atmel AT26F004 SPI flash chip. The other test clip is connected to GND on another device for convenience (easier than getting yet another clip onto a SOIC device).)
 
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Recovering a bricked Lycom PE-115 88SE8123 PCIe to SATA adapter using flashrom and a Bus Pirate - power to the PE-115 is supplied by a PC. The test probes of the bus pirate are attached directly to the SOIC Atmel AT26F004 SPI flash chip. The other test clip is connected to GND on another device for convenience (easier than getting yet another clip onto a SOIC device).

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