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Thread: Chip test program??
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In the uChip Advanced seminars (IIRC) they discuss this;  Anyone know if
that concept's on the uChip web site?

Don't want to do this on an OTP part unless you make it part of your
power-up code, of course.

 Mark

Don B. Roadman wrote:
> Is there any program written to exercise a PIC to see if it is working
> properly? I know it couldnt be perfect, but I searched the net
> looking for code that might have been used to verify probably good
> operation of a pic. I'm interested in overclocking, and I'm sure
> others are too, so I figured someone might have written a routine
> that pretty well wrings out a pic to verify correct operation. I tested
> some 4 mhz chips with a little sequential led flashing program, and
> these chips "seemed" to work at 20 Mhz, but still, I feel uneasy
> about overclocking anything unless I have a pretty good feel for it.

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