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HelloWorld

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Posted - 06/24/2020 :  15:52:33  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I recently did a programmer overview video that included the willem pcb6.0. One of its best features (besides programming 2732As) is that it handles complicated intel hex files properly. After many software versions the XGecu still cannot correctly place a hex file that is distributed among several starting addresses. People are frequently asking me what programmer to use if they do not have a parallel port and i have been wondering about recommending the True USB. However, can anyone attest to how well it handles complicated intel hex files?


thanks

craig

Retired, but with passion and a sense of urgency.
Lover of vintage computer hardware. Creator of SBC-85.COM 8085 ecosystem.
Maybe take a gander at my YouTube channel.
https://www.youtube.com/c/helloworld0000

Edited by - HelloWorld on 06/24/2020 15:54:36
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anniel

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Posted - 06/25/2020 :  09:25:05  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by HelloWorld

I recently did a programmer overview video that included the willem pcb6.0. One of its best features (besides programming 2732As) is that it handles complicated intel hex files properly. After many software versions the XGecu still cannot correctly place a hex file that is distributed among several starting addresses. People are frequently asking me what programmer to use if they do not have a parallel port and i have been wondering about recommending the True USB. However, can anyone attest to how well it handles complicated intel hex files?


thanks

craig

The GQ-4X programmer can easily program 2732, 2732A and 2732B amongst many others. The USBPrg software handles BIN, HEX, ROM, STAPL, JAM, JBC, S and MOT files.
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