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Thread: Reading EEPROM when lockbits are set ?
face BY : Reelf Monsees email (remove spam text)

we have to service a device containing a AT90S1200. Unfortunately, there is no documentation at all. The relevant information is
stored in the EEPROM of the controller, program-data doesn't matter for
us as we have write a new program anyway. As both lockbits are set, reading the EEPROM with a programmer is not
possible (or is it?). So we could write a program for the 90S1200
that transmits the data from the EEPROM trough one pin serially.
But there doesn't seem to be a way to erase and rewrite the program-
memory without erasing the EEPROM as well (or is there ?).
If anybody comes up with an idea, that would be great !

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