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'[PIC]: MPLAB problems resolved'
2000\08\21@105425 by Tom Messenger

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Earlier, I asked for help getting MPLAB to function correctly on one of my
computers (all other software *appeared* to be working ok).

Yesterday, I bit the bullet and did a re-install of Win98: bingo! No
problem. MPLAB works fine now. Something somewhere was seriously bent.

My thanks to those who made helpful suggestions! As usual the piclist is
the place to go for solutions, even uncommented ones!

Tom M.>

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2000\08\21@120059 by Thomas C. Sefranek

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Tom Messenger wrote:

> Earlier, I asked for help getting MPLAB to function correctly on one of my
> computers (all other software *appeared* to be working ok).
>
> Yesterday, I bit the bullet and did a re-install of Win98: bingo! No
> problem. MPLAB works fine now. Something somewhere was seriously bent.
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> My thanks to those who made helpful suggestions! As usual the piclist is
> the place to go for solutions, even uncommented ones!
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> Tom M.>

I have been seeing "Processor could not be halted..." a LOT now.
But if I reset and "run to here" again, it often works...

And it looks like the old ASYNC port problem is back in the latest version.
BTFSC  TXSTA, TRMT and it shows the bit SET but it still skips to the next
instruction.


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2000\08\21@131845 by Olin Lathrop

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> I have been seeing "Processor could not be halted..." a LOT now.
> But if I reset and "run to here" again, it often works...

I ran into that a few times where it didn't make sense either (ICE powered
up, target board powered up, etc).  It turned out that the connector where
the power supply cord plugs into the ICE 2000 isn't what it should be.  I
got rid of my problems by pushing it in REAL HARD.  I can sometimes even see
the lights on the front of the unit blink if the power cable isn't
absolutely in all the way.

> And it looks like the old ASYNC port problem is back in the latest
version.
> BTFSC  TXSTA, TRMT and it shows the bit SET but it still skips to the next
> instruction.

Keep in mind that the ICE often shows the true I/O state several cycles
late, although the bits are actually right inside the processor.


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2000\08\21@161558 by Greg Maki

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"Thomas C. Sefranek" wrote:
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I just noticed today that in the Edit Project... dialog box where you
set the processor that it states that "Serial I/O is not simulated". I
wish I had noticed that a few days ago. It would have save me a lot of
time!

Greg Maki

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2000\08\21@171328 by Thomas C. Sefranek

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Greg Maki wrote:

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I'm using the 18C452 and it does NOT say that!
(I do remember it for the 16 series...)
BUT... Thanks to you I found it's REAL limitation of 25 MHz.
Perhaps thats the problem.

I'll let you know.

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