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Babs Posted - 09/07/2005 : 12:15:56
Anybody tell me the jumper settings to erase this pic,been trying for hours and still no joy,seems to read the pic ok,i'm using the dual powered pcb3 willem thanx.p.s (i have the icsp adapter board).
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APACHAONE Posted - 02/25/2010 : 19:27:21
How do you write this to the PIC16F876A?
ZLM Posted - 09/10/2005 : 17:43:04
Most of PIC16F chips do not need to be erased before writting. The new data will overwrite the old data. If you realy need a erased chip, then you can write all 0xFF to the chip.

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