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Part Number: AM3703
I have a customer that has been relying on an old Windows XP machine to flash their AM3703 using TI's Flash Tool v126.96.36.199.
They are hoping to have a newer process for this in case the Windows XP machine crashes. The rest of the company is moving to Windows 10.
I have linked them to our Flash Tool V1.6, but are there any options that will work on Windows 10?
Is Uniflash4 a possibility? They tried Uniflash3 but couldn't get anywhere. They use Micron NAND.
Thank you! Please let me know if you have any questions.
In reply to Biser Gatchev-XID:
In reply to ranchu:
for anyone with similar issue: Flash tools can work with windows 7,10, 64 bit. It need to be "run as administrator"
This customer was able to get Flash 1.6 to run on Windows 7 32bit.
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