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The problem is that you signed up before the Nimda virus was released. That
virus uses the double dot "../" in the path part of a request to a web server
to attempt to get to non-public files that are a part of the OS on the web
server. Your original member id was entered with dots in it:
SV-I.N.C.D.T.I.M.-A35a which I have now changed to SV-INCDTIM-A35a. In an
attempt to reject Nimda generated requests, I have set the web server to
ignore all requests with dots in the path. This results in your member home
page being rejected. I have since changed the new member page so that dots
in the member id are removed, but I had to manually rename your home page
and ID to delete the dots. Now, the link on your name in the question above
will point to your member home page and you will be able to edit that home
page and add other pages from it if you are logged in.
Recently I got a Picstart 16B, but it´s unsupported by Microchip. Searching the web I noticed that NewFound Electronics (Australia) had released an firmware upgrade for this programmer, the Phoenix, but it is not longer available from them (It is still supported by this companye same company). I can use another programmer but it will be very useful to "recover" this picstart 16B. I would greatly appreciate any help.
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