MEMORY MEDIA STORING PROGRAMS

Brand Owner (click to sort) Address Description
BUGS VS. TANKS! Kabushiki Kaisha LEVEL-5 1-1-1, Yakuin, Chuo-ku
JP
Fukuoka-City, Fukuoka
Japan
Electronic circuits; blank magnetic discs, magnetic ...
CRIMSON SHROUD Kabushiki Kaisha LEVEL-5 1-1-1, Yakuin, Chuo-ku
JP
Fukuoka-City, Fukuoka
Japan
Electronic circuits, blank magnetic discs, magnetic ...
LAYTON BROTHERS MYSTERY ROOM Kabushiki Kaisha LEVEL-5 Kamiyo Yakuin Bldg., 1-20-3, Shirogane,
JP
Chuo-ku, Fukuoka,
Japan
Electronic circuits, blank magnetic discs, magnetic ...
LBX Kabushiki Kaisha LEVEL-5 1-1-1, Yakuin, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka-City
Fukuoka
Japan
Electronic circuits, blank magnetic discs, magnetic ...
LIBERATION MAIDEN Kabushiki Kaisha LEVEL-5 1-1-1, Yakuin, Chuo-ku
JP
Fukuoka-City, Fukuoka
Japan
Electronic circuits, blank magnetic discs, magnetic ...
PROFESSOR LAYTON AND THE AZRAN LEGACY Kabushiki Kaisha LEVEL-5 1-1-1, Yakuin, Chuo-ku
JP
Fukuoka-City, Fukuoka
Japan
Memory media storing programs, flash memory ...
PROFESSOR LAYTON AND THE LAST SPECTER Kabushiki Kaisha LEVEL-5 1-1-1, Yakuin, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka-City
Fukuoka
Japan
Memory media storing programs, flash memory ...
PROFESSOR LAYTON AND THE MIRACLE MASK Kabushiki Kaisha LEVEL-5 1-1-1, Yakuin, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka-City
Fukuoka
Japan
memory media storing programs, flash memory ...
PROFESSOR LAYTON AND THE UNWOUND FUTURE Kabushiki Kaisha LEVEL-5 1-1-1, Yakuin, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka-City
Fukuoka
Japan
Electronic circuits, blank magnetic discs, magnetic ...
 

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Technical Examples
  1. Apparatus for reprogramming a programmed controller of a power driven wheelchair comprises: a reprogrammable, non-volatile memory programmed with a plurality of programs executable by the controller to operate the wheelchair, the non-volatile memory disposed at the wheelchair and coupled to the wheelchair controller; a general-purpose computer programmed to reprogram the non-volatile memory while disposed at the wheelchair, the programmed computer for storing main programs for use in reprogramming the non-volatile memory, the programmed computer being coupleable to the wheelchair controller for accommodating an exchange of data therebetween; and wherein the wheelchair controller being operative to communicate with the programmed computer to reprogram the non-volatile memory with the main programs while the non-volatile memory is disposed at the wheelchair. Methods for reprogramming the non-volatile memory are also disclosed.