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'[PICLIST] [PIC] 16C57C'
2001\02\03@034445 by Steve Smith

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I have recently tried to use pic 16c57c to replace 16c57xtp with no results
at all picstart plus reveals loads of errors. Config and memory also come up
as not blank but when you read it back its empty. I set the clock and
protection properly anyone any ideas ????

Steve.....

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2001\02\03@134442 by trm

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When I tried to program a 16C54C I found out the programming spec had
changed from the 16C54A&B. I had to change the program in hte PIC that
is in the PICStart. It's in one of the readme files with the latest MPLAB.

Ted

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2001\02\03@192459 by David Lions

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I think the 'x' means the pinout is rotated/different, that could explain
it.

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> I have recently tried to use pic 16c57c to replace 16c57xtp with no
results
> at all picstart plus reveals loads of errors. Config and memory also come
up
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2001\02\03@193533 by Jim Paul

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I believe the 'xt' portion relstes to the oscillator it is set up for.
The 'P' means plastic DIP package.

                                                   Regards,

                                                       Jim
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2001\02\03@203015 by Bob Ammerman

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> I think the 'x' means the pinout is rotated/different, that could explain
> it.

I don't think so.

Earlier PICs came from the factory preset for a particular OSC type. I
believe the "xtp" indicates "XT" mode osc in a PDIP package.

Bob Ammerman
RAm Systems
(contract development of high performance, high function, low-level
software)

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2001\02\04@033316 by Tsvetan Usunov

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> I have recently tried to use pic 16c57c to replace 16c57xtp with no
results
> at all picstart plus reveals loads of errors. Config and memory also come
up
> as not blank but when you read it back its empty. I set the clock and
> protection properly anyone any ideas ????

Check what release is your PICSTART firmware (displayed when communication
is established with MPLAB).
Then upgrade if the release is older then 2.01

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2001\02\04@135719 by Steve Smith

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Thanks to all seems that v1.5 firmware is no good also found some info on
microchips site about cliping off a pin on a zif socket and piggybacking it
onto picstart seems osc pin interfears with programing pin.

Steve.....

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