I don't think you meant flash drive. I think you meant flash memory. It might be possible if the folks who loaded up the flash memory did not set the protect bits. If they did you are limited to opening the package and scanning the die with a powerful microscope.Is it possible to access and print out the contents of a flash drive of a microcontroller?
If the chip is damaged and not working, there is a chance it won't be able to be read regardless of whether the security fuse is set. How is the chip damaged? Are pins broken off? The fact it is socketed may be a sign it is protected, thus leaving the manufacturer a route to updating.The PIC16F628-18 pin is board mounted with an 18 pin socket so the chip is easily removed from the board. Something fell on the board and if I cannot program a new chip, the board is toast. How do I confirm if the security fuse has been activated?
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