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ICD-U64/PIC18LF44J10

 
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ICD-U64/PIC18LF44J10
PostPosted: Sat Apr 24, 2010 6:12 am     Reply with quote

Hi all,

I'm trying to program my PIC and getting some odd results. When running the CCS Device Programmer/CCSLOAD it says I can read the chip ID, clear the chip, and write a file to the chip and verify the results. When I try to program a chip from inside of PIC-C however, or try to run the ICD program, I get the error of:

Exception EConvertError in module icd.exe at 00009C92
'' is not a valid integer value.

While I agree that '' is not an integer, that error doesn't tell me much on what to do next. I've tried uploding some simple applications using CCSLOAD but can't seem to get anything working. Unfortunatly this is the first time I've used PIC's at all, so I cannot tell where I'm going wrong. I figure if CCSLOAD can verify clearing and programming the chip then my ICD-u64 is connected properly.

If anyone has any ideas I would be VERY grateful.

Cheers,
Dave
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 25, 2010 7:14 pm     Reply with quote

I've been able to start blinking an LED from the PIC using code compiler in PIC C and uploaded using CCSLOAD Smile So I now know I've got the connections right, the PIC is running correctly, etc. Now I just need to keep on battling trying to figure out this invalid integer error I get when trying to program the PIC from within PIC C/PCWHD.

Has anyone else seen this kind of error?
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