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    Talking Anyone willing to help me out with a little eeprom burning?

    I need a new bios written to my TMC-850MER. it has bios ver 8.5, but according to what I have read on the forums, that scsi bios is not bootable. version 8.2 is the recommended bios, I have it and the eprom, if anyone has a burner/eraser I can send them the Rom image, eprom, etc and some money if need be to burn the correct image.
    Thanks let me know!

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    Have you see the list at [here]?

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    I'm on the list, and will still burn EPROMs for people. I typically just use one of my own (used, erased) EPROMs to save on time and shipping. Being in CT you might be able to find someone local, but if not you can send me a message.

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    Quote Originally Posted by modem7 View Post
    Have you see the list at [here]?
    My current device programmer is a BPM Microsystems BP-1610.
    http://www.bpmmicro.com/programmers/...ammers/1610-2/

    I can program devices that it supports in DIP and PLCC packages in the Seattle area.
    http://www.bpmmicro.com/device-search/

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    Quote Originally Posted by gslick View Post
    I can program devices that it supports in DIP and PLCC packages in the Seattle area.
    I have added you to the list.

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    modem7 you can add me to that list for people from the Netherlands.
    I have a galep5 programmer with a couple of SOIC and PLCC adapters.
    I also have a bunch of recycled EEPROM's and some GAL chips.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pietja View Post
    modem7 you can add me to that list for people from the Netherlands.
    I have added you to the list.

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    thanks for all the info guys, that does help!

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