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This feature is not available right now. How long are the wires from the PK2 to the target chip, greater than 100mm to 150mm can give such problems. Reply With Quote - 2nd August 2009,04:16 #23 mackrackit View Profile View Forum Posts View Articles Moderator Join Date Nov 2003 Location Wellton, U.S.A. Sorry Roger. this contact form

Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg Crownhill Google Engadget Hackaday YouTube SourceForge QuickBlue PBPro PBP projects Posting Permissions You may not post new threads You may not post replies You may not post attachments I have a pickit 2 and I use a card which I try the pic applications on. I used the same ic in both cases, so the ic is ok. User Control Panel Log out Forums Posts Latest Posts Active Posts Recently Visited Search Results View More Blog Recent Blog Posts View More PMs Unread PMs Inbox Send New PM View

How To Burn Mikroc Code Using Pickit2

Close Yeah, keep it Undo Close This video is unavailable. Kevin Darrah 241,639 views 10:57 PICtris (Tetris on a PIC).wmv - Duration: 2:16. Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.2 Copyright © 2016 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. But download this document http://ww1.microchip.com/downloads/en/DeviceDoc/51519B.pdf and take a look at section 12.11 (memory gauge)Click to expand...

How can I download/update the PICkit2 firmware'? 6. If you do not believe in MAGIC, Consider how currency has value simply by printing it, and is then traded for real assets. . in the USA and other countries. Copyright 2013 Crownhill Associates Limited. I was able to program the 16f88 just fine with MPLAB.

MPASM .INC files give you ALL the settings available ... When you get the message' Hex file not loaded-Device error' is there an Error code number with it ? 5th August 2014,14:46 #7 sangeo Member level 2 Join Date Jun 2013 when I get home I'll read this and if I still don't understand I'll ask a few more questions.....Thanks post edited by Interrupt - 2013/02/01 00:20:56 #13 xainnasir New Member

Indeed it does.

It always has a problem with the hex file not having a complete configuration. post edited by newfound - 2013/01/31 07:19:14 #5 Ian.M Super Member Total Posts : 12867 Reward points : 0 Joined: 2009/07/23 07:02:40Location: UK Status: offline Re:PICkit2 unable to load MikroC hex Yes, that is also a (more) likely candidate as the pickit 2 should mask the undefined bits to '0' (there is a mask value of 0x0003 in the DAT file) thus Forester Forester 199 views 10:07 Transferring HEX file onto a microcontroller (PIC) - Duration: 1:02.

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Amol Wabale 6,969 views 2:30 EEVblog #39 - Microchip PICkit 3 Programmer/Debugger Review - Duration: 9:55. https://forum.sparkfun.com/viewtopic.php?f=19&t=32547 So far I never got the 'USB device not recognised' with this modified bootloader. How To Burn Mikroc Code Using Pickit2 You don't need a special USB driver, the PICkit 2 uses the HID (Human Interface Device) driver that is part of Windows XP and most other modern OSes (Linux, OS/2, etc). Pickit 3 This forces the bootloader to invalidate the application and take control.

This chip can update its code (write to its own FLASH memory). weblink billkleitz 94,037 views 21:51 Programador Microcontroladores Pickit2 Clone.FLV - Duration: 8:30. If it's PM, their listed in that particular MCUs INC file in the PBP INC directory near the beginning of the file (usually). no name of your *.hex file in the source !

The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. You can hear this: when you plug it in you hear a USB attach, USB detach, and a final USB attach. Board index The team • Delete all board cookies • All times are UTC - 7 hours Powered by phpBB Forum Software © phpBB Group I see lots of questions about navigate here Only way I could get the PIC to load a HEX via PICkit2 application again is to 1st load a hex file with my PICkit3 via MPLABX and the XC8 compiler.

The way around it I used when I supported a PIC programmer was to have a data base with AND and OR values that were applied to the config word to This is a big time-saver compated to ex-circuit programming (take the chip out of the target circuit, put it in the programmer, program it, take it out, put it back into With the current firmware these EEPROM are not used.

Generally speaking a bootloader is a (small) program, which sole purpose is to load another program (the application) into memory (and probably to start that application).

If you look in the P16F88.INC file in your MPASM directory, you'll find all of the various config options listed near the end of that file. Check out the MPASM INC files to workout what things are called. Here are the files: PICkit2Bootloader_Wouter.hex and boot_main.c. Powered by vBulletinCopyright © 2016 vBulletin Solutions, Inc.

I couldn't find any MCS file about those CONFIG settings syntax correspondances. this one is OK for 16F887 but i don't have also the 16F887A in the Midrange standard list Maybe the Device file must be update ... 5th August 2014,04:02 #5 sangeo No, create an account now. http://exactcomputerrepair.com/pickit-2/pickit-2-vdd-error.html It says "divide by zero error" I pasted the code PS: The card runs Pic 16f877 and 16f877a codes Code ( (Unknown Language)): #include <16f877.h> #fuses

Otherwise it will pass control to the application program (the PICkit 2 firmware itself). Backround scanning of projects in MPLAB IDE 12F1840 sleep current [SOLVED] MCP4011 DigiPot output terminals not referenced to IC VSS SST25 driver problems itead NEXTION display Active Posts TCPIP/UDP stops Forum New Posts Unanswered Posts FAQ Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Community Groups Reported Items Calendar Link to Us Quick Links Today's Posts View Site Leaders Activity Stream Search Help Rules Kevin Darrah 43,844 views 6:42 PICKIT3 - Duration: 8:29.

in the MPASM syntax, of course !!! ... Hmmm, that's odd. Most programmer software needs a HEX file to do the actual programming of the PIC itself. Instead it has a connector for a 6-pin, which you must connect to the target chip.

For the 16F87 it looks like : ;************************************************* *************** ;* 16F87.INC * ;* * ;* By : Leonard Zerman, Jeff Schmoyer * ;* Notice : Copyright (c) 2004 microEngineering Labs, The simplest way to test would be to try to read back the program pic. Last edited by skimask; - 18th July 2008 at 04:10. May 11, 2009 5,939 1,222 I am not sure why.