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Bit-Switch - Problem in recording the PIC 10F206


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It looks like WinPIC reported that at address 0x0000 it wrote a 0x0025 and read back 0x0fff. That kind of error usually means there is (1) something wrong with the programmer/burner hardware, (2) a PC compatibility problem, (3) WinPIC application is incorrectly setup, or (4) the PIC chip has been damaged. In other words, just about anything related to your programming system could cause such a failure.

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It looks like WinPIC reported that at address 0x0000 it wrote a 0x0025 and read back 0x0fff. That kind of error usually means there is (1) something wrong with the programmer/burner hardware, (2) a PC compatibility problem, (3) WinPIC application is incorrectly setup, or (4) the PIC chip has been damaged. In other words, just about anything related to your programming system could cause such a failure.

Thank you for your reply, it helped me a lot.

MAFONI

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It looks like WinPIC reported that at address 0x0000 it wrote a 0x0025 and read back 0x0fff. That kind of error usually means there is (1) something wrong with the programmer/burner hardware, (2) a PC compatibility problem, (3) WinPIC application is incorrectly setup, or (4) the PIC chip has been damaged. In other words, just about anything related to your programming system could cause such a failure.

Dear, in view of the difficulty in getting a tape recorder to record this .Hex, I ask your help in informing me a model of recorder that surely burn this file.

In anticipation of an early return,

Sincerely,

M Nicolini

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I don't have any hobby equipment recommendations. It might help if you contacted the chip burner supplier and ask for their advice on how to use their equipment on this particular chip. Some have forums where you can get help from other users of the chip burner you already own.

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I don't have any hobby equipment recommendations. It might help if you contacted the chip burner supplier and ask for their advice on how to use their equipment on this particular chip. Some have forums where you can get help from other users of the chip burner you already own.

Friends, the error is still occurring and the start of the recording is on file. Hex. The writer complains that it says 0x0025 at address 0x000000 but he is reading 0x0FFF. I use a serial programmer PICBURNER could help me configure it to solve this problem?

Thanks,

MNIcolini

OBS.: The hex file that is giving this problem is http://www.rc-cam.com/bitsw.htm.

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