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Frank

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Tony,

I am not a PIC user so I have a very limited understanding of them.

You will need to download the datasheet for your PIC and study it. You will then need to go through the list of PICs in the chipinfo file and find one that uses the same programming algorithm (different families of PICs have different programming methods).

Once you have done that dupliicate that PIC's data entry in chipinfo to another part of the file then edit the programming parameters that pertain to your PIC ie. memory size, programming delays, etc.

Even then there may still be problems.

That's all I got [frown]
Mav_2014

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Anything is always very much appreciated :)

I'll have a look and see what I can find! Cheers Frank [wink]
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