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Old 27th May 2004, 04:55 PM   #1
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Default It's safe to programming 24CXX (93CX6) with SOIC TEST CLIPS ?

It's safe to programming 24CXX (93CX6) with SOIC TEST CLIPS ( 8 PIN ) without to desolder the SMD Eeprom from the board ?

I can do it this with PonyProg without to desolder it from the board, just to put directly the TEST CLIPS , and to rewrite it the Eeprom ?

I need a professional answer for this question.

If anyone can tell me this please do it as quick as he can

thank you very much
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Old 27th May 2004, 07:07 PM   #2
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FWIW i've never had problems with 24xx doing this and i've done lots.
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