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1999\03\15@101027 by Lawrence Lile

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From: Andre Abelian <spam_OUTandreTakeThisOuTspamcompufire.com>
To: Lawrence Lile <.....lilelKILLspamspam@spam@toastmaster.com>; pic microcontroller discussion
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Date: Friday, March 12, 1999 6:27 PM
Subject: Re: mplab 3.4 vs 4.0


>> The biggest advantage of MPlab 4.00 is that it crashes every 5 to 10
>> minutes.  DON't use it - even Microchip told me to download v3.99 and
delete
>> 4.00.
>
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>I have been using version 4.0 came with MPLAB-ICE  on CD
>so far so good didn't see any problem with it. my second PC
>is setup for picmaster didn't see any problem Either.
>
>Andre Abelian.

You are lucky, then.


Using Windows 95 Yet?  My problems started as soon as I upgraded.  It also
doesn't help that I am using an obsolete ICEPIC - I doubt the ICEPIC
software is as stable as MPLAB-ICE..  WIN95 (A.K.A. LOSE95) is not happy
about serial communications and is jealous of anything that must get that
close to it's precious hardware.  I can literally start MPLAB, open a
project, start the ICEPIC or PICStart programmer, and get a general
protection fault within thirty seconds of starting the program almost every
time.

Microchip admits this is a big problem for some users on some machines and
promised to do better next time.



BTW  has MCHIP ever gotten that WINDOWS NT version running?  I'd switch to
WIN NT in a minute if they do.  I hear that, after the initial hairpulling
and teeth gnashing it can be much more stable than LOSE95  (A.K.A WIn95)

1999\03\15@115734 by Martin Sander

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> BTW  has MCHIP ever gotten that WINDOWS NT version running?  I'd switch to
> WIN NT in a minute if they do.  I hear that, after the initial hairpulling
> and teeth gnashing it can be much more stable than LOSE95  (A.K.A WIn95)

I'am using NT4.0 SP4, MPLAB 4.0 and the PICSTART plus.
Works fine for me (16F84 and 16C73A)

M.

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1999\03\15@120814 by Clark, John

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Works like a champ for me too.

NT Server 4.0 Sp4
MPLAB 4 + serial patch
PICStart+


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1999\03\15@122829 by Wolfgang Strobl

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On 15 Mar 99, 12:06  Clark, John wrote:

> Works like a champ for me too.
>
> NT Server 4.0 Sp4
> MPLAB 4 + serial patch
> PICStart+

Same here (NT WS, that is). I'm quite happy with that serial patch
for NT, too. Thanks, Microchip.

I have only two complaints with MPLAB, so far - that it's still a 16-
bit app, and the simulator leaves something to be desired, it could
be easier to use, and of course much faster.

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1999\03\15@124534 by jvd

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It would also be nice if it wouldn't chew up memory so bad.  Especially in
simulation mode.  After simulating for a certain time, I need to reboot.

Jason

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1999\03\16@094239 by Norm

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John Clark wrote:

>Works like a champ for me too.
>
>NT Server 4.0 Sp4
>MPLAB 4 + serial patch
>PICStart+



Where can is the serial patch located?

1999\03\16@095124 by Clark, John

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       >>Where can is the [NT] serial patch [for PICStart+] located?

http://www.microchip.com/10/Tools/picmicro/program/picstart/index.htm


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