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2002\06\13@214345 by personal

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Before, all is fine, my programmer, pro16, works fine. After I changed a PC, two of my PIC stoped function, but can be programmed and verified!!

Then today, I put a new F877, same. can be programmed and verified, but
did not osci!!

I wondered if my programmer caused all of my pic dead or my programmer
can make hex file transfer with error that stop pic to osci.

any one can help to try to programm my pic? then I can find out which part my system is in fault.....


any one who is located at Toronto and willing to help me to programm my pic, with
a test hex file????

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2002\06\14@062705 by David Duffy

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personal <spam_OUTgxu15TakeThisOuTspamAICOMPRO.COM> wrote:
>Before, all is fine, my programmer, pro16, works fine. After I changed a PC,
>two of my PIC stoped function, but can be programmed and verified!!
>
>Then today, I put a new F877, same. can be programmed and verified, but
>did not osci!!
>
>I wondered if my programmer caused all of my pic dead or my programmer
>can make hex file transfer with error that stop pic to osci.

Maybe you or the programmer are setting the osc bits wrong?
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2002\06\14@084210 by Rex Byrns

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If by 'changed a PC' you mean you started using a different PC to run MPLAB
and your programmer, I suggest you look into all the MPLAB project
configuration settings.  I was pulling my hair out for a while because
several items where changed like include path, default radix, even the chip
type was not carried over in the project files.  In my case I did have two
slightly different versions of MLAB.

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2002\06\14@101233 by A.J. Tufgar

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It could be your programmer but that seems odd.

Are you pulling mclr high what about the decoupling cap?  What about the
config word?

Did you try my port testing program?

Aaron

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