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Those wonderful hardware people ....

Question asked by malund.erik on Sep 27, 2012
Latest reply on Sep 28, 2012 by malund.erik
.... substituted a 64 pin for a 100 pin f105 and 'forgot' to put a pull-up on a pin for me to 'see' which model. Of course, they built a lot of them before I found out.

unfortunately there are no useable PD or PE pns to check (all are NC) and PA, PB and PC are wired identically.  Basically the two hardwares (besides chip pibn count) are identical.

now, while the 100 pin is built as 'model x', the 64 pin has be built as 'model y' to match what it is working with.  To avoid download in the field of the wrong software, I need to identify the hardware.

anyone have an idea how to distinguish which chip?

Erik

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