just got an iOpener - have been searching the boards ever since - none of the suggestions for reaching a QNX prompt are working - BIOS chip appears to be free of epoxy - is there any way I can flash it without replacing the whole BIOS chip or hooking up a hard drive?Glenn Dixon
If you have another unit without epoxy on the BIOS, and which boots into DOS (either on the Sandisk or an IDE drive), you can certainly hot-swap the BIOS EPROM and flash it with AWDFLASH from the DOS command prompt. There's definitely some risk that you could hose the host I-Opener during the hot-swap, so unless you've done this before and are comfortable with PLCC extraction and insertion, it's *not* recommended.
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