I'll post this here for ForceFlow cause he's an awesome guy and asked the question.. and there are a ton of other cool people like that in the community that would benefit from being able to zero out their nvram.
Add this to your GQ-4X devices.txt file..
;* CMOS/TTL *
Name="MCM5101",ID="XXXX",Class="DS1230Y",Category="SRAM",MFG="Motorola",VCC="5V",Codesize="256",Adapter="Use 5101 Adapter",Message="Uncheck verify, only use Write to test ";
Name="6116_FM1608",ID="XXXX",Class="DS1230Y",Codesize="2048",Category="SRAM",MFG="RAMTRON",VCC="5V";Adapter="Use 6116 Adapter"
Explanation: The "CodeSize" is just telling it how much data to pull back (in bytes). The "Class" is selecting the DS1230Y as the compatible memory chip (same pinout as a 6264). Name, Category, MFG are for identification within the GQ-4X software. The "Adapter" string is just to put the little blurb by picture of how the chip is inserted (right side of the GUI) to notify you an adapter is needed.
For the 6116 Adapter you need a 24-pin ZIF inserted into a 28-pin socket. Pin #1 on the ZIF socket goes into the 28-pin socket's pin #3. So you then have pin #1, #2, #27, #28 on the 28-pin socket not making any connections. On the 28-pin socket.. cut pins #26 and #23 high. Then add a jumper between pin #28 and pin #26 (VCC). Then add another jumper from pin #27 to pin #23 (R/W). That's all there is to that one.
For the 5101 Adapter you'll need some kind of adapter board.. a 6264 DIP to 5101 adapter board works. Wiring it with perf board or anything would be a total chore otherwise. You need to pull CE2 high since the DS1230Y only has one chip enable. Otherwise it's the normal wiring of address/data lines. On mine I pulled unused data lines to VCC.. but you should probably have pull-up resistors on those instead.
So there you have it folks. Good luck, and be sure to remember who provided you with this information if you use it for your personal gain