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    Question PBP+MCS+PICKit1

    Hi,

    First let me say I hope this is the correct forum for this question.

    I am trying to use a PICKit1 to program a 12F675 via MCS and the application that came with the PICKit. In order to use this programmer I need to add a new device. I have tried to use it, but my compiled hex file doesn't get passed to the PICKit programming application. I have since found that MCS allows me to send parameters to the programmer (in this case the PICKit) that allow me to 'bind' hex filenames and target devices. For the life of me I cannot find the correct syntax that might work for me.
    Has anyone out there any experience with this issue? Any information that can be provided would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks in advance....


    James

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    Default PICKIT 1 and PBP

    You need to upgrade the firmware from Microchip to write from PBP. Otherwise you get a write error everytime. I purchased the upgrade firm ware and new chip for 5$.

    Tom

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    Smile Thanks!

    Thomas,

    I will search the Microchip website and give that a try. Thanks so much for the information, I really appreciate the help! I'll let you know if it worked for me.

    James

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