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Connection problem with CCS Loader with Pickit3

 
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Connection problem with CCS Loader with Pickit3
PostPosted: Tue Dec 01, 2009 6:59 pm     Reply with quote

Hello,

I am having trouble programming 16F917 microcontroller with CCS device programmer using Microchip PicKit3 programmer. I can program the chip with MPLAB ICD2 without any problem with the CCS loader but when I replace ICD2 with PicKit3 (instead of MPLAB ICD2) the CCS loader complain about not being able to establish the connection with the chip displaying the following error dialog. I reinstalled the usb drivers (downloaded from CCS website) and still I have the same problem. Does the CCS loader support PicKit3? What am I doing wrong here? I don’t have any problem in programming with PicKit 3 with MPLAB IDE.

Error Message:
Software Dirver Not Found:
There is problem with the software installation. A required filing is missing or could not be loaded to start USB communication.
The file that could not be loaded is: ftd2xx.dll


However I can see that the file ftd2xx.dll is in C:\Program Files\PICC\USB Tools\i386

Any advice is greatly appreciated

Thanks

Gamini
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