Reply by Jaap van Ganswijk●November 15, 20052005-11-15
At 2005-11-14 14:21, v_illiev wrote: >I have file, that contains information stored in an
>Can I view program? uP is MC68HC11E1.
You'd first need a disassembler.
The problem however is that the EPROM can contain
data and program code and both can be intermixed.
Quite a lot of human labor is usually needed
to interpret the contents of an EPROM correctly
and especially when you want to make it
reassemble-able again in code that is easy
I have quite a lot of experience with so called
re-engineering. What are you trying to achieve?
Reply by Huey Fen●November 14, 20052005-11-14
> I have file, that contains information stored in an EPROM. Can I view
> program? uP is MC68HC11E1
I am not sure with your case, but I've been trying to read the data in EPROM
using universal programmer. It's in s19 file. I copied everything and used
disassembler to view the program. That was what I've done. Anyway, this is not a
good method. May be others will provide you better solution.
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Reply by v_illiev●November 14, 20052005-11-14
I have file, that contains information stored in an EPROM. Can I view
program? uP is MC68HC11E1.