Attached is an example that demonstrates how a Silicon ID is read from an enCoRe II device. The silicon ID is stored in table 0 and is returned in locations F8 and F9 in the RAM when a table read SSC call is made. The ID is then moved into another location in the RAM (done because the EEPROM write routine uses the last 8 bytes of the RAM) and the EEPROM write routine is called to write this value to the flash. Make sure the flash security file is unprotected ? to be able to write to the flash location and to be able to read out the value using a MiniProg or ICE cube.