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- Bastards. It wouldn't be so bad, but it looks like someone is relying on a bug to write (or not write) the correct value to the correct (or incorrect) eeprom location! Having to write to the next eeprom location to get the previous one to "go" smacks of insufficient clock pulses (maybe they expect it to work on a rising edge when it's falling edge, or vice versa) - the whole thing stinks of a big kludge - and presumes that the clone chips actually work properly, while conceding that it's a bug that allows FTDI to pull this shit off!Oct 24, 2014
- Don't worry the clones will always get around this. One thing is for sure, you can't protect anything these days!Oct 24, 2014
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