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'[PIC] :RE: CCS Compiler. Rx Interrupt stop working'
2001\01\23@073610 by etorius Johan * Spoornet

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I have checked it that is my problem. Why do they disable the global
interrupt when a EEPROM write is executed ? Any good reason for that.

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2001\01\23@092919 by James Paul

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Johan,

Yes, You don't want anything to happen when writing to the EEPROM.
If an interrupt happened in the middle of the write process, you
could have scrambled data.  The write is supposed to be (and is)
controlled by an independent on chip wirte timer.  But better to
be safe than sorry.

                                           Regards,

                                             Jim




On Tue, 23 January 2001, Pretorius Johan * Spoornet wrote:

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> I have checked it that is my problem. Why do they disable the global
> interrupt when a EEPROM write is executed ? Any good reason for that.
>
> > {Original Message removed}

2001\01\24@014742 by dr. Imre Bartfai

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Hey,

have you written the ERRORS option in the USE RS232 directive?

Imre


On Tue, 23 Jan 2001, Pretorius Johan * Spoornet wrote:

> I have checked it that is my problem. Why do they disable the global
> interrupt when a EEPROM write is executed ? Any good reason for that.
>
> > {Original Message removed}

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