If you remove the white label on the chip (near the CMOS battery) you will find the following details about it:
SST 49LF080A 33-4C-NHE
It is the PLCC32 type and can be pried and removed safely (but be very careful) with an eye glass flat head screw driver.
If you just have a bad flash you may be able to reprogram your original or just buy another one with the part# above and reprogram it.
This is great news for people who have bricked th........
02:00.0 SCSI storage controller: LSI Logic / Symbios Logic SAS1068E PCI-Express Fusion-MPT SAS (rev 08)
03:00.0 SCSI storage controller: LSI Logic / Symbios Logic SAS1068E PCI-Express Fusion-MPT SAS (rev 08)
Basically these cards are a stripped-down version of Dell Perc 6/i only they (SAS 6/ir) support JBOD.
The DellPerc 6/i are basically useless because it doesn't have JBOD support and requires software or BIOS commands to add or remove........
I bricked one of my cards by following a guide from UNRAID.
Step #1 from them wipes out the BIOS, but guess what? The step where you restore the BIOS should have been done first, which is sas2flash but no version supports or is able to find my Perc 6/i. So now I'm a bit stuck.
I tried using megarec but it's funny that it can wipe the BIOS but can't forcefully reload it:
megarec -writesbr 0 mpt2sas.rom
Supports 1078 control........
I found this technique listed in many places which shows you how to use a common Linux tool "dd" to dump the raw partition of your iPhone.
I give credit to this site for showing me the correct way to dd from the iPhone, I never thought to try it in the other direction:http://log.ijulien.com/post/182804914/iphone-3gs-data-recovery
1.) Jailbreak your........