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MMcM

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I have a very similar symptom trying to program an 18F4550.

I get:
Fuse Error
0x300002
Good: 0x1E1F
Bad: 0x1F1F
If I read the chip, there is one bit wrong in the next two fuses as well.
Some bits are changing, so it is not stuck on the factory defaults.
The same thing happens with two brand new chips (all I have here now).

Is this a known problem?  Do I need a hardware patch to the K150?  It's brand new.
Do I just have to wait for P19?

ssabin

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Reply with quote  #32 

I have the same exact symptom as MMcM, trying to program an 18F2580.

 

Is P19 the fix for this, or is there another work-around?

jhancock

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Reply with quote  #33 

I realize this is an old post, but I looked all through the Chipinfo file and couldn't find the 18F4680, 18F4585 and a few others mentioned.  Am I missing something?

gluphus

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just got the programmer in today, looking forward to programming my 18F4620 chips.

Two questions tho:
1. The new CHIPINFO.TXT/CID...I keep getting bandwidth exceed when I try to download it....could someone email me (dthusma@hotmail.com) and let me know who to obtain this?
2. I read about the 10uf Cap for the 4620...this is the same with my MELAB pgmr.
For those that are/have programmed the 18F4620 with a DIY K149-BC (or sim), am I correct in assuming the need for this 10uf Cap?

Thanks all.


KitsRUsBob

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Quote:
Originally Posted by gluphus
just got the programmer in today, looking forward to programming my 18F4620 chips.

Two questions tho:
1. The new CHIPINFO.TXT/CID...I keep getting bandwidth exceed when I try to download it....could someone email me (dthusma@hotmail.com) and let me know who to obtain this?
2. I read about the 10uf Cap for the 4620...this is the same with my MELAB pgmr.
For those that are/have programmed the 18F4620 with a DIY K149-BC (or sim), am I correct in assuming the need for this 10uf Cap?

Thanks all.




I have no idea about this. Anybody else?

--Bob
gluphus

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Reply with quote  #36 
Where else can I obtain the new chipinfo file?
Optimvs

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Hi, i'm experienced same trouble trying to download CHIPINFO.TXT file too -> "Error: Bandwidth limit exceeded.", can someone email me (optimus333@gmail.com) this file?
Thanks.
adam19

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i just bought one of the Kit 128s like a week ago. am i out of luck when it comes to programming the 18F2450 or the 18F2455? do i need to buy the K149 or K150?
Tanguy

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Reply with quote  #39 

the 10uF has no effect on my modded programmer... that's works for eeprom on a 18F2455 but original eeprom content is moved 1 byte on the right...

 

thats working with DonkeyProg soft + firmware

KitsRUsBob

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Quote:
Originally Posted by adam19
i just bought one of the Kit 128s like a week ago. am i out of luck when it comes to programming the 18F2450 or the 18F2455? do i need to buy the K149 or K150?


The k149 and K150 will use the exact same  CHIPINFO.CID so if a chip was not on the list, it still won't work with  P18.

--Bob
mcufan

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where can I download the chipinfo file? help£¡

newfound

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Quote:
Originally Posted by mcufan

where can I download the chipinfo file? help£¡



The official chipinfo file is in DIYPACK25. There are numerous "unofficial" updated one's floating about. The one I did was deleted from the forum recently and has not been posted anywhere yet. No doubt it will be in the future but the priority is to double its value with patch support for k128 and 182. 
francesco

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where is this attached chip info file ????

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roboscotti

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Very sad the Patch disappeared from this site..
(Or am I blind?)
Would any of you, who have it, send it to me? The patch.hex and the CHIPINFO.CID file...
Please send to roboscotti-at-gmail.com.

Thanks in advance!
dronology

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Approx. for 3 weeks was looking like cause of this "ROM error at 0x0000 Good 0x000E (or whatever your code has the value for first ROM address) bad" message. I stopped eating, drinking even tough sleeping as well cause of this problem.
As Mr.Jim (newfound) said that;

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Some parts have been found to require a capacitor across VDD and VSS in order to program the part correctly in the socket.
This is needed to slow down the VDD rise time which is needed
for the part to get correctly into the proper test mode. A
10uf capacitor has been found to work fine for this situation.
The parts affected are:

PIC18F2525 PIC18F2585

Other parts that may have the same issue are:

PIC18F2410 PIC18F2420 PIC18F2455 PIC18F2480
PIC18F2510 PIC18F2515 PIC18F2520 PIC18F2550
PIC18F2580 PIC18F2610 PIC18F2620 PIC18F2680
PIC18F4410 PIC18F4420 PIC18F4455 PIC18F4480
PIC18F4510 PIC18F4515 PIC18F4520 PIC18F4525
PIC18F4550 PIC18F4580 PIC18F4585 PIC18F4610
PIC18F4620 PIC18F4680


After reading this message I inserted 33uF capacitor across VDD and VSS pins of my PIC18F4620. Yes, It works!
No need to change erase modes or something else in chipdata.cid file.

Kind Regards,

D.ELMASLI
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