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Thread: How to reset PIC (without WDT enabled) by the s/w)
face BY : mikeSTOPspam@whitewing.co.uk

On Sun, 12 Aug 2001 10:40:11 +0200, you wrote:

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You can't do this on the PIC - the WDT on/off state is selected at
programming time.
>> > > Is it really the simplest way to achieve my goal? Can it be done
>> > > without loosing one pin (and resistor) ?

>> > Why not jump to your start address and set registers as you
>> > would want them
>> Too many things to clean up. (Additionally the "software reset" should be
>> triggered from the interrupt routine).
The fact that it's triggered by an interrupt routine shouldn't be an
issue - the stack is cyclic and so doesn't need reinitialisation. If
you initialise all the registers it should be OK. If there is some
problem, have your int routine set a bit which causes the foreground
code to fake a reset.

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