An intel agent directed me here after having written conversation regarding the development of an i210 product. My question is:
I have been told that an intel developer team member had used a Dediprog SF100 (SF300?) programmer to program the i210, or so that's how I interpreted it. My specific question is... If we purchase this programmer, connect it to the iNVM port of the i210 and drive the programmer from a PC running EEUPDATE, will we be able to successfully program the i210 flash and external Flash? We have all the necessary Quartzville images and tools. Thank you
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Hi, my frustration lies in the fact that I had an actual, hands-on intel developer on the line. I got a few "hints" from him, but any further questions were met with " You'll have to open a case on IPS. So that feature was not accessible to me, but intel got that straightened out. Yay! So I log in and begin to fill in the submission form and lo and behold, my product search (the i210) is not mentioned. I also looked under Quartzville, WGI210, etc. nada, nothing. So now I'm back to ground zero. How can I talk to a knowledgeable engineer who can help me with my specific questions without throwing me into a general pool of spectators, and without revealing company proprietary info (mine and yours) ?