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How do I erase the RPI EEPROM and install one for a different OS that I coded myself?

You don't need to do anything with the EEPROM nor any bootloader. The entire OS is stored on your boot device eg micro sd card or SSD Download PiImager and select 'CHOOSE OS' to see a selection of ...
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How do I erase the RPI EEPROM and install one for a different OS that I coded myself?

As per other comments, you don't need to worry about the bootloader if what you want to do is code an OS or whatever bare metal based thing; lots of people do this. The OS is loaded from a file on the ...
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A few questions to Pi4, first post

Raspberry Pi OS 64bit is Debian (they share a common repository). (This differs from Raspberry Pi OS 32bit where code is recompiled for ARM6.) The differences are related to the firmware (VideoCore ...
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