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How is an EEPROM different from an EPROM?
The erase function is performed by the EPROM programmer and requires less time than a UV EPROM to be erased in an eraser. (additional information) EEPROMs are memory parts which use the same technology as an EPROM, however each bit of storage has extra transistors to allow the bit to be individually erased.
How does serial EEPROMs and NVRAMs work together?
This is accomplished by sending the required command, address and data serially (one bit at a time) over single pins instead of the multiple pins of a parallel part. Although not as fast, serial eeproms and nvrams find use in many products due to their small size and low cost.
What is the core part number for EPROM?
The CORE part number for each device is 2764. Each 2764 has the manufacturers full part number printed on the device. The CORE part number is easily identified and has been hi-lited. CORE part numbers are easily discerned once you exclude any prefix or suffix characters.
Which is EEPROM utility for BenQ or LiteOn?
EEPROM Utility for LiteOn/Sony/BenQ Drives provides simple save and restore of the EEPROM, plus resetting of the learnt media calibration data, 401S/411S/811S crossflashing, checksum repair and model upgrade. If you are unable to find the file you are searching for or have found broken link, then ask about that on our forum!
How to use ASUS EZ Flash 3 Advanced mode?
1 Step 1. After booting, when show ASUS LOGO, press the keyboard DEL key. 2 Step 2 . When show the BIOS screen , press F7 or click Advance Mode with the mouse to enter the advanced mode. 3 Step 3. Click the Tools page with the mouse, and then click ASUS EZ Flash 3 Utilities. More
Where can I download utilities for my ASUS motherboard?
Here are some common utilities that you can download from the support page of the ASUS Official Website. https://www.asus.com/support/Download-Center/ The image below is an example of the utilities you may find available for your motherboard: Note: Not all motherboards will have the following functions.