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twingats Posted - 08/28/2007 : 02:24:54
I recently brought a TOP 2005 and was having loads of problems with it until i downloaded the re written software from jochen müller and it worked stright off thanks , but the only eprom i cannot burn is the 2716 eprom, all i get is this error: 000000:Error! (file=00,chip=ff)

I was wondering if someone might be able to help?

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ZLM Posted - 08/31/2007 : 23:51:30
It seems software bug as well.
twingats Posted - 08/30/2007 : 12:09:47
I tried all of the power setting but no luck, i can read data ok from a 2716 but i guess this requires a lot less power. Its a real strange fault ive tried it on other PC's running win xp and a win98se machine just as a process of illimination. I also shortend the USB cable and i now get a power rating of 10
ZLM Posted - 08/29/2007 : 19:43:09
Most likely the programmer does not provide enough Vpp voltage.

make sure you have selected the correct Vpp device type.

Like 2716(25V).
twingats Posted - 08/29/2007 : 09:32:23
Ive got multiple brands like Intel and toshiba, i have sucessfully burnt other types 2732,64,128,256 but just not this one, it is for a arcade PCB called pheonix and i need to burn a whole set doh!
ZLM Posted - 08/28/2007 : 23:51:02
What is your brand of your 2716?

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