Note on build 589. Includes lots of bug fixes. Improved EPROM writing mode (10-12KB/s). Console mode has been changed to work better with Professional (PCB 4.0). MACH1 includes SPI mode (in addition to QUAD SPI mode), and runs at MCU clock speed (32MHz, etc.). QUAD SPI mode has been upgraded to 40MHz max rate. Fixed some translation errors on French. MACH1 includes new logic that implements a PLL, where it will now run at 80MHz. This has been done to increase memory timing, so operations like NAND will now run at 5MB/s (increase from 4MB/s). Note: this was ONLY tested on PCB 2.1 and 2.2, it might be possible that PCB 2.0 no longer works, in which case, contact me to arrange for upgrade.
December 25th, 2020: Software has been upgraded to build 615. In addition to the usual updates, a new console version is now available with binaries compiled for Windows and source code that is cross-platform compatible with Linux using the .NET 5.0 Framework.
NOTE: This version of software will make all the older versions unusable due to some registry changes, if you wish to use older versions of the software you will have to do the following enter the registry and delete HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\EmbComputers\FlashcatUSB folder.