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Which Eprom programmer to buy

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    Which Eprom programmer to buy

    I have done a lot of searching on the web and this forum, but did not find an answer.
    I'm looking for a programmer that can flash the W25Q64FW / W25Q32FW (1.8Volt), and perhaps later on different ones.
    I have found the EZP2010, EZP2013, EZP2019, CH341A but I have no idea which is better and more reliable in hardware/ software functions / updates.
    These links I have found:


    Any one with experience with these model numbers ?
    Last edited by diamon; 01-16-2019, 01:32 PM.

    Re: Which Eprom programmer to buy

    ch341a can not run at 1.8v
    i dont know about the others.


      Re: Which Eprom programmer to buy

      tl866 with the 1.8v adapter


        Re: Which Eprom programmer to buy

        I cannot edit the original posting anymore, but it's not the W25Q64FW / W25Q32FW.
        The correct chips are W25Q32FVSSIQ and W25Q64FVSSIQ, these are 3V chips and not 1.8V


          Re: Which Eprom programmer to buy

          So does the RT809h with the adapter. As for cheap, go with the ch341a.


            Re: Which Eprom programmer to buy

            Thanks for the information.
            No one has experience with the EZP201X programmers?.

            The EZP2019 is also cheap (under the $14 dollar), and it has a couple of adapters.

            Is XGecu ( the original fabricator of the TL866II Plus, and is this a better to buy ?
            Last edited by diamon; 01-22-2019, 03:54 PM.


              Re: Which Eprom programmer to buy

              I have a TL866 plus and the RT809h. The TL866 has a nice and easy software. It's not a mix between English and Chinese like on the RT809h. It all depends on the end what you want / need to program and what you can afford on the end of the day. In my case I have both, because one is not programming something the other one does and vise versa.


                Re: Which Eprom programmer to buy

                I have ezp 2010 and I've read and write gpu ,laptop, and one dslr bios.
                I have no problems with aside drivers but it turned out to be ok in win10.

                Successful manually flashed gpus bios and I can't complain.
                Laptop bios was the original but those one where easy.
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                  Re: Which Eprom programmer to buy

                  i have an ezp2010 its fast and reliable. it can do most of the job with lightning speed..
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                    Re: Which Eprom programmer to buy

                    for wider selection on chips go for ezp2xxx,for cheaper ch341a with 1.8v adapter for 1.8v eeprom


                      Re: Which Eprom programmer to buy

                      does anyone have successful software for EZP2013 or the EZP2019 or the CH341A? because the only thing i can see im doing wrong cuz i dont now what fill in blanks with FF or 00. no idea why it doesnt just read and write like ezp2010.... my 2010 just broke. this is emergency can anyone help me out today give me the files? please thank you


                        Re: Which Eprom programmer to buy

                        these downloads are what i have but i cant seem to get mine to work...
                        Attached Files


                          Re: Which Eprom programmer to buy

                          working ch341 stuff:

                          or use flashrom


                            Re: Which Eprom programmer to buy

                            I have the TL866 which does not program 1.8V chips. So far it has done everything that I need but is it worth buying one of these EZP2019 programmers as well?

                            They are not that much more compared with the 1.8V adapter for the TL866 listed on this thread.

                            I'm programming mainly motherboard BIOS and possibly some GPU BIOS. If it is likely I am going to come across 1.8V eproms in future, I'm thinking I may as well get one now and keep it in the drawer for when it is needed, rather than have to put some job on one side and wait 4 weeks pr more for one to arrive in the future.

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                              Re: Which Eprom programmer to buy

                              the TL866-II programs down to 1.8v - i just got one.