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'BRGH INFO (Was Which Microchip PICs have the BGRH '
1999\09\16@002404 by Jim Robertson

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At 20:40 15/09/99 -0400, you wrote:


Here is my guide to the BRGH problem.

This is the "when fixed" list. Of course all later A and B suffixed parts
remain fixed.

Sans suffix 16C66,67,76,77, 16F87X,
"A" 16C63, 16C72, 16C64x, 16C66x
"B" 16C62, 16C64, 16C65, 16C73

Either sans or "A": 16C92x
Unknown status: 14000


Do I miss any? Any arguements? I plan to produce a HTML help file with this
info so please speak-up if you know I am wrong or can tell me about the 14000
and the 16C92x parts.

Jim


>Robin;
>
>Are you sure about the BGRH bug?  I'm not saying you are mistaken, but I was
>laboring under the assumption that the 73A and B silicon addressed the
>problem.  The first and only 76 rev was sposed to address the problem too.
>What do you know?
>
>Chris Eddy
>Pioneer Microsystems, inc.
>
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1999\09\16@212751 by Dwayne Reid

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I thought that the '73, '73A, '74, '74A chips all had the BRGH bug.  The
'73B and '74B parts were OK.

dwayne


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1999\09\17@214926 by Jim Robertson

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At 18:27 16/09/99 -0600, you wrote:
>I thought that the '73, '73A, '74, '74A chips all had the BRGH bug.  The
>'73B and '74B parts were OK.
>
>dwayne

Yes, That is what my table denotes except that I left the 16C74 out of the
table altogether. This is a "WHEN FIXED" table, not a table of all the parts
that do and don't have the BRGH bug though that infomation can be deduced
from this table. (Me being cryptic again???)

Here is the corrected table with the 16C74 added.

Sans suffix 16C66,67,76,77, 16F87X,
"A" 16C63, 16C72, 16C64x, 16C66x
"B" 16C62, 16C64, 16C65, 16C73, 16C74


Hope it makes sense. Does to me but that's no recommendation.

Jim

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Jim Robertson
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