I²C uses a two-wire serial interface, comprising a bi-directional data line and a clock line. The devices carry a built-in 4-bit Device Type Identifier. Offer 24C02W6 ST from Kynix Semiconductor Hong Kong Chips. datasheet 24C02W6 Datasheet. Package: SOP. Quantity: PCS. Lead Free. AT24C08A. AT24C16A(3). Z1–SEEPR–5/ Notes: 1. Not Recommended for new design; Please refer to AT24C01B datasheet. 2. Not Recommended for.
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Maybe I don’t understand why these combos, from what the schematics shows, it really doesn’t make any sense to me. Last edited by trebo; at Originally Posted by vinceroger Below is the Device Reset information from the Data sheet: Not sure if it is case sensitive?
Again, I need to go over the data sheet, it should tell me this info. Last edited by heavymachines; at Also, I took a picture of the chip itself for ID purposes. Originally Posted by 2andrewd. God knows, had as low as VAC I’m a: I’m running out options to try with no luck thus far I’m debating swaping out the chip itself, but I’m not sure if the 24c0w6 IC has built in memory or is it linked to a memory modual. If someone could please help me and just run through the process of shorting the chip to verify that I’m doing this all properly and to make sure I have done the right pin combination, I would be in debt to you!
Thank you in advanced, Peter Attached is an image of the chip and a data sheet for 24cx.
I posted this on a older thread I have and just wanted to make a new thread in the event that someone has some questions later in life this might be easier to come across. Nuneaton Warwickshire My Country: I have done all 3 of these combinations with no results!
I believe I have found the schematics for this chip, but seeing the actual chip is obsolete I’m going off of an ROHS version datasheet I think is the same. Find More Posts by gilly So you have no way to boot separate media of any kind?
Page 1 of 2. There is a schematic of a circuit 240c2w6 of several zener diodes and a couple other components that allowed me to pull the bios pw off of a T41 thinkpad but i believe the chip was an Atmel. Originally Posted by vinceroger69 i will see if i can get the code for you.
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What kind of laptop are we talking? The time now is Vel mihi ede potum vel mihi redde nummos meos! Find More Posts by heavymachines.
Let me ask what i should have asked to begin with Originally Posted 24d02w6 ReverendJones. Originally Posted by heavymachines. I have a A08 bios in my dell Latitude, My Systems information says that, Dell is the bios manufacturer If thats any help. Originally Posted by Peter9DO.
Well, I was working on the laptop and retracing my steps, make sure I was doing things right seeing that I have worked on this so long ago I don’t remember what I had completed seeing my notes on this one were not very complete, I’m sure out adtasheet pure frustration.
Because I think it would be pointless if there is a diffent chip for the satasheet, because the settings are stored elsewhere. Yea, there is no CMOS battery on this one The 24C02W6 IC has a device reset within it.
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The Vcc drops to nothing well at least under the 2. Originally Posted by 2andrewd read through this thread. Specifically what is locked via pw?
Find More Posts by vinceroger Shorting a EEPROM chip I posted this on a older thread I have and just wanted to make a new thread in the event that someone has some questions later in life this might be easier to come across.
Originally Posted by 2andrewd Thats a super cap which effectively IS the battery. I doubt this will work but here is your cmos battery location. Okay, so after reviewing the datasheet which is the correct one may I add and taking some readings. Find More Posts by trebo. Just to let you know the way I’m doing it, I’m attaching a wire to whatever pin combo and then turning the computer on.
Thats a super cap which effectively IS the battery.