I have over the years programmed pic, avr ,based chips to turn on led's
and other things...
I had to buy a programmer that plugged into my usb or serial port on my computer and then run wires to the correct places on the solder-less breadboard.
But I am curious sony , phoenix (bios company ) ,...etc have to programmer their firmware for their TV, CD/DVD Players , HDD controllers ,...etc
I am wondering if their is away of buying what they have online or buying something online that would allow me to (copy/write new firmware to the device ) like HDD , cd/dvd player , tv ,...firmware
If it is not possible to buy this sort of stuff then what places/jobs would allow you to work with programming this low level stuff.....
Curious would it be possible to copy or flash/write to the firmware of a old nintendo system or at least
Buy a device that allows you to copy the rom image off of a nintendo game.... sort of like rombay has on their site?