Phillip Vogel email (remove spam text)
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Why can't the folks at Microchip get it through their heads that programming
EVERY location when you're only using a few hundred is a real waste of time?
I'm working on a small section of a program. I set the program range to 0x0000
- 0x200. As long as the debug box is checked, the damned thing wants to
program the WHOLE chip, which takes about forever. If the debug box is
unchecked, I have to unplug the 'phone' cable while running, and reconnect it
(and push the reconnect button) to program.
This is nuts, or am I just missing something obvious?
Phillip M. Vogel, President | "It's not what you've been taught,
Bartal Design Group, Inc. | it's what you've learned." (me)
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