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'Re[2]: Exposure times to erase EPROM PICs?'
1995\10\03@125844 by BBoles

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Examining the chip I wonder where the config fuses are.  The EPROM
array is clearly visible, and next to it is a small structure that
*could be* the configuration fuses.  Is this really so, or has uChip
buried the config fuses in the code EPROM array?

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1995\10\09@164927 by Martin McCormick

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>Examining the chip I wonder where the config fuses are.  The EPROM
>array is clearly visible, and next to it is a small structure that
>*could be* the configuration fuses.  Is this really so, or has uChip
>buried the config fuses in the code EPROM array?

       Why not get some black tape and mask off the Eprom array to see
what goes away when the little structure is nuked?

Martin McCormick WB5AGZ  Stillwater, OK 36.7N97.4W
OSU Center for Computing and Information Services Data Communications Group

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