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Issue Programming I210 Flash

KCass1
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Hi,

I am having difficulties programming the I210 Flash. In lanconf the flash option to write is greyed out.

If I try to write update NVM image from file in lanconf, I get an error saying the device ID is 0531 but the file ID is 1533.

The Flash I am using is SST25VF040B. The security_enable strapping is enabled with a 3k3 pull down.

If I place a pre-programmed Flash device onto the board in place of the empty device everything works fine. However pre-programming is not an option as we would really like to be able to program them on board.

I really appreciate any help on this matter.

Please let me know if you require any further information.

Kyle.

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st4
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Hi Cassar10,

Thank you for the post. I will check on this.

rgds,

wb

 

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KCass1
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Hi,

I look forward to your reply.

Kind regards,

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st4
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Hi Cassar10,

Good day. Further checking, the firmware upgrades are only available for OEM/ODM, if you have access to Intel Business Link website, then you may

 

request from them. Thank you.

rgds

wb

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KCass1
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Does this mean that the firmware from this website is incorrect?

How do I get access to the business link account?

Regards,

Kyle.

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st4
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Hi Kyle,

Thank you for the reply. What is the website you downloaded the firmware from? Let me check about the access of business link. Thanks.

rgds,

wb

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st4
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Hi Cassar10,

Good day. You can access this site for the business link at https://kaveri.intel.com/ibl/help/support.htm Intel&reg Business Link {Support}

Hope this helps.

rgds,

wb

 

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JasonW
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Hello,

 

I also have flash part SST25VF040B and wish to program on-board. The above link does not work for me and the images of 513655 appear to be built for 8MB and 16MB flash devices. Please advise.

 

Thank You,

Jason

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