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Subject: Re: FT245RL after flash like a 232R

From: Uwe Bonnes <bon@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: libftdi@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Date: Fri, 24 Sep 2010 12:03:51 +0200
>>>>> "Wilfried" == Wilfried Holzke <libftdi@xxxxxxxxxx> writes:

    Wilfried> Hi, Hi,
    >> >>> You tested untested code....  >> Hmm, he didn't write anything
    >> about using the "eeprom-new" branch, >> so I guess he wrote the
    >> eeprom with the current code (which IMHO >> doesn't work with the
    >> FT245R type chips).
    Wilfried> Ok, this could be the solution ;).  If the current version
    Wilfried> (0.3) is only for 232R chips, I need to use the ft_prog from
    Wilfried> ftdi with windows.
    >>  Send me some annoteded dumps, and I will add FT245R support to the
    >> new EERPRM branch.

    Wilfried> You mean simply run "ftdi_eeprom --read ..." from a device?
    Wilfried> Do I have to use a completly new one?

No, this needs to be done on the eeprom branch. 
> git clone git://
> cd libftdi-1.0
> git checkout -b eeprom-new origin/eeprom-new
> mkdir build
> cd build
> cmake ..
> make
> examples/eeprom -p 0x6001 

examples/eeprom uses 0x6010 as default PID, so you have to overwrite it.

With annotation I mean that you explain, what EEPROM settings you changes
form the default settings.


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