[Gmecm] 16141470 $5B3? $5B4? $5B5? ?????
harford at gmail.com
Sun Oct 23 11:34:15 CDT 2005
It needs to be somewhere at the beginning of the binary because it is
not included in the checksum calculation.
There is no hardware related reason for it to be in the exact same
location, but in general it will be in the same spot because
programmers are lazy people.
On 10/23/05, Dustin Lof <bubblesjrtwo at yahoo.com> wrote:
> I need to make or buy an adapter to pull the binaty
> code from my memcal, but when I get one, if I knew the
> address of the mask ID, also known as checksum disable
> I should be able to read that ID from my file. Right?
> It is in the same location on any memcal designed to
> run the 16141470 ecm correct?
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