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Hello, I recently programmed a FX2 EZ-USB EEPROM with a firmware that had some warnings, mainly linking problems. Now the device is not recognized anymore by the computer; "unknown device". In that case, how can I reprogram the EEPROM with an old working firmware? thank you
FX2LP if it finds a valid first byte it will load the EEPROM image... to stop that you'll have to take care that the EEPROM and FX2LP do not communicate during boot-up.... either remove the EEPROM from the line or manipulate the EEPROMs power or address lines....