Date: Sun, 26 Sep 1999 06:15:50 GMT
Subject: Re: Chip tuning

In article <>, wrote: > I am in to chiptuning my -88 9000T. > I have all technical stuff to read and program an EPROM. > > What I need is a computerprogram to edit the values within the > chip. I am puzzled as to why you would need a computer prog. to edit the file from the chip. That is usually part of the prom programmer's capability. By down loading the prom's file you in essence have all values and info from the chip-usually in hex code. Most programmers I have worked with allow you the edit the file as an ascii file instead of hex code. Regards, Simon. > > Also am I interseted in how the LH2.2 works. > For example pin 15, which is keyed to ground in some models, but > I don not understand why. > > Any links, tips and files is very appreciated, and I really hope > I can help you in return. > > /dot > Sent via Before you buy.

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