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Bamabugs

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Alright k150v i give up on the usb port must be bad.So i  bought k128 pic programmer using windows xp it shows as a serial port, software shows it is connected to k128 when i try to program a any chip out of the k150 checking for chip   (it shows error board is not respond about to apply reset click O.K.)Reset failed Please check communication port,currently[com4}board connection and power Mode={k128}make sure this setting match programmer board. I click OK says  ready and then we start all over again.New to this can follow direction pretty good.Help if possible Junior

Frank

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Have you installed the FTDI USB drivers as I told you last time? Without that it will not work.
Bamabugs

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Yes, i have it shows as a serial port and also usb serial converter

Frank

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When you connect the USB cable to K128 Windows detects that and creates a virtual COM port using the FTDI driver. If you look in Device manager you should see the COM port there - it will have a COM port number assigned to it.

You then run Micropro and/or Microbrn and set the COM port to that assigned in Device Manager. The software should then detect the programmer and establish communication with it.

I assume you are using the matched Windows program with the firmware on the programmer board? You can't use the latest Windows program without updating the onboard firmware to match.

zouzanda

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hello guys i need ur help my k128 does not recognize 16f818 and 819 y???
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Have you used these PICs before? Are they included in the list of PICs that you can choose?

Has this programmer been used before with any PIC?
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