SPI Flasher. Got a Raspberry Pi ? There, you see, adding serial signals and a RESET output does not make a significant difference between the vanilla SPI Flash programmer and the more advanced...Attach the Pomona Clip to the SPI flash which contains the BIOS and wire it to the SPI pins of the RaspberryPi. Connect Vcc (3.3V !) of the SPI flash as well, the Raspberry will power the IC during the session. Poweron the RaspberryPi and connect the Linux PC to it.
In 2006, the first systems supporting a Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI) appeared, and the BIOS flash memory moved again. [ citation needed ] The size of the BIOS, and the capacity of the ROM, EEPROM, or other media it may be stored on, has increased over time as new features have been added to the code; BIOS versions now exist with sizes up to 16 megabytes.