Flashrom 0.9.7

An open source tool to read, write, erase, and verify flash ROM chips on Linux systems
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flashrom is an open source command-line utility that is mostly used to identify, writie, read, verify, as well as to erase flash ROM chips, such as BIOS, EFI, coreboot, firmware, and optionROM images.

flashrom is engineered in such a way that is supports over 200 flash chips, 130 motherboards, 75 chipsets, 17 devices (USB or PCI), LPC, parallel, SPI and FWH flash interfaces, as well as several chip packages, including DIP32, DIP8, PLCC32, SOIC8/SO8, TSOP40, TSOP32, and TSOP48.

There's an important message for you to read on the project's homepage, before you download and use this tool, so go ahead and read that first, right now!

last updated on:
November 27th, 2013, 9:29 GMT
license type:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
developed by:
Uwe Hermann
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What's New in version 0.9.4
  • Support for new programmers such as OpenMoko Neo1973/FreeRunner debug board, Olimex ARM-USB-TINY/-H, ARM-USB-OCD/-H, Open Graphics Project development card OGD1, Angelbird Wings PCIe SSD/88SX7042, ITE IT85xx embedded controllers, and Intel NIC with parallel flash was added.
  • Dozens of new flash chips, chipsets, and mainboards were added.
  • Dediprog SF100 and Mac OS X support was improved.
  • Write support on NVIDIA MCP6x/MCP7x is now enabled.
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