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'Erasing the PIC17C44'
1999\02\06@142134 by Eric Oliver

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Hi,

I just started programming the PIC17C44 with a PIC Start Plus programmer.
The PIC has a window but I thought it could be erased with a programmer or
with a bulk UV Eraser.  I programmed it once and now when I try to program
it again it fails. Do I have to erase the PIC with a UV eraser ?

Thanks for your help,
Eric Oliver

1999\02\06@142957 by dave vanhorn

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At 01:13 PM 2/6/99 -0600, Eric Oliver wrote:
>Hi,
>
>I just started programming the PIC17C44 with a PIC Start Plus programmer.
> The PIC has a window but I thought it could be erased with a programmer or
>with a bulk UV Eraser.  I programmed it once and now when I try to program
>it again it fails. Do I have to erase the PIC with a UV eraser ?

If it's got a window, tell it to "Go into the light CarolAnne"

1999\02\06@150333 by Eric Oliver

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>I just started programming the PIC17C44 with a PIC Start Plus programmer.
> The PIC has a window but I thought it could be erased with a programmer
or
>with a bulk UV Eraser.  I programmed it once and now when I try to program
>it again it fails. Do I have to erase the PIC with a UV eraser ?

If it's got a window, tell it to "Go into the light CarolAnne"

I think I'm the one that needs to go into the light <grin>. I pulled my
Digikey catalog where I ordered the chips and there it is plain as day.
The chips I bought are UV eraseable. Thanks.

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