Turn on your system, and Program FLASH EPROMs.
NOTE: The FLASH EPROM program is built-in the AR-B1474 board. The FLASH EPROMs can be
programmed on the AR-B1474. Before programming the FLASH EPROMs, please insert at
least the same number of FLASH EPROMs, please insert at least the same number of FLASH
EPROMs, please insert at least the same number of FLASH chips as the ROM pattern files
Step 5: The PGM1474.EXE file is a program that loads and writes the ROM pattern files onto the (FLASH)
memory chips. To program the FLASH EPROM.
Step 6: In the DOS prompt type the command as follows.
C:\>PGM1474 [ROM pattern file name]
Step 7: In the main menu, choose the <Load ROM File> item, that is the ROM_NAME=[file name] in the *.PGF
Choose the <Program Memory> item, this item program will program the EPROMs.
NOTE: Move the reverse video bar to the <Program memory> option then press <ENTER>. PGM1474 will
write the ROM pattern files onto the (FLASH) memories. Ensure that data is verified by the
Reboot the system
NOTE: Reboot your computer by making a software or hardware reset.
5.4.3 Small Page 5V FLASH ROM Disk
(1) Switch and Jumper Setting
Step 1: Use jumper block to set the memory type as ROM (FLASH).
Step 2: Select the proper I/O base port, firmware address, disk drive number and EPROM type on SW1.
Step 3: Insert programmed EPROM(s) or FLASH(s) chips into sockets starting at MEM1.
Figure 5-9 5V FLASH (29CXXX & 28EEXXX) Switch Setting
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