I have the Cypress FX2LP development kit, and according to the manual, I can select either large EEPROM(Microchip 24LC128) for simulation or small EEPROM(Microchip 24LC00) for debugging. Since I'm still in my development stage, I'm debugging the firmware, so I'm choosing small EEPROM. The problem is that I wish to address another I2C EEPROM chip in my firmware, a Microchip 24AA08. According to the 24LCC00 and24AA08 datasheets, it would appear that neither of these EEPROM chips can work with any other EEPROM chip, i.e. they both take over control of the I2C bus as far as EEPROM devices go, since the A0, A1 and A2 pins are all ignored/don't cares. Hence if I try to access the EEPROM I2C device address of 1010, it will address both of them at once(I think?), since the lower byte is ignored.
Is there any way of getting around this?