Yes, you use another machine to use it with, doesn't matter what it is as long as it has a USB port available since even a lappy could do it.
Best thing is as long as your BIOS chip fits in it you can use it with any chip from any board making it almost universal and the same in terms of ease to use too. It will also let you know if the chip is bad BUT sometimes it will give an indication of a failed flash even though it's not, an obvious software issue with the program used to run it, happens during the verification part of the process.
Be sure to read the requirements for it before getting one since ATM it only has 32 bit support related to the OS used.
Stilt's suggestions are also good, I'd at least take a look at what he's saying as well.
Edited by Kryton - 1/30/16 at 12:34pm