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ICD-U40 w/ PIC18F26J50

 
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ICD-U40 w/ PIC18F26J50
PostPosted: Wed Apr 21, 2010 9:21 am     Reply with quote

Just tried to hook up the ICD-U40 up to a PIC18F26J40. Opened up CCSLOAD and found my part in the list and it failed to detect my part. I then disconnected the part and ran diags. VPP sits at 4V. I select a different part and VPP is fine at 10V.

The VCC of target part is 3.3V. I loaded up an older version of ICD programmer and found I have 1.36 firmware revision w/ #97 hardware revision (not sure how to find this info. CCSLOAD - What happened to the older programming software?).

Any help on getting this part to program with my ICD-U40?
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ICD-U64
PostPosted: Fri Apr 23, 2010 4:13 pm     Reply with quote

Just got a new ICD-U64 and all works good. For some reason the whole 3V-5V and 3V only thing is just a little confusing. Have no time to wait for a hardware Rev update. Unless it can be done myself?
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