Any help will be appreciated.
: Any help will be appreciated.
Most FlashROM's and EEPROM's within devices havean operating system or monitor which providesutilities and instructions for flashing.
Eg, the motorolla 68HC11 uses the BUFFALO monitorwhich has the command 'T' which will flash a string of characters from a serial i/o into EEPROM.The palm pilot probably has a similar system.
The other alternative is to remove the chipand flash it in a special chip writer. Nonvolatile ram often uses a high input voltageeg 12V to electrically erase the bit contents,allowing writing to a new state.
This probably was no real help.
Of course I would plan on backing up the Flash first, and THEN erase it.
That virus only affects AMI BIOS I believe. I don'tthink they use that in Palm-Pilots.
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