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2008\04\04@041607 by zhmezhme

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Hi to all,

I want to upgrade my warp-13a from bluepole 1.4 to a more recent version.
I know that the unit is no longer supported, but does anyone have the hex
file
for e.g. version 1.6j available ?

Kind regards,

Hans
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2008\04\04@060545 by Xiaofan Chen

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On 4/4/08, zhmezhme <spam_OUThansjurgen.fajsTakeThisOuTspamasml.com> wrote:
> I want to upgrade my warp-13a from bluepole 1.4 to a more recent version.
> I know that the unit is no longer supported, but does anyone have the hex
> file for e.g. version 1.6j available ?

It is not free. You can either buy it (not so sure if the author still
offers this or not) or save the trouble and just buy PICkit 2 instead.
You can still use your Warp-13a for the chips it supports.

The author seems to support DIY now.
http://www.beam.to/diyforum

Xiaofan

2008\04\04@094748 by Bob Axtell

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Xiaofan Chen wrote:
> On 4/4/08, zhmezhme <.....hansjurgen.fajsKILLspamspam@spam@asml.com> wrote:
>  
>> I want to upgrade my warp-13a from bluepole 1.4 to a more recent version.
>> I know that the unit is no longer supported, but does anyone have the hex
>> file for e.g. version 1.6j available ?
>>    
>
> It is not free. You can either buy it (not so sure if the author still
> offers this or not) or save the trouble and just buy PICkit 2 instead.
> You can still use your Warp-13a for the chips it supports.
>
> The author seems to support DIY now.
> http://www.beam.to/diyforum
>
> Xiaofan
>  
You didn't notice the dates of his last messages (2006/2007). I don't
believe Jim is supporting DIY
either. Check with Dontronics, he might know.

--Bob A


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