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you can force power mode in icd2.ini file.
I've the same problem, I've modify this file, and it works. If you change target, with another OS, you must redo this manipulation.
The original icd2 must have external power with dspic.
Your subroutine is not an interrupt subroutine !!!
Put your "if" test in an interrupt subroutine (look at comiler documentation for correct syntax).Don't forget TMR0 interrupt flag must cleared at the end of the interrupt routine.
Wich compiler did you use ?
CCS comparaison is very funny !!!
I've an ICD2 and it works larger than one step per second. I don't know exactly the time between two steps, but it looks like 0,2 second.
I'm sure ICD2 on USB is the fastest way to debug without ICE.
Probably CCS use the serial...
the advantage of ICD2 with 18F4550 is the speed to program and the speed to debug.
To compare the debug step time between RS232 and USB, you'll found >4 steps per second for USB and <1step per second for RS232.
If you bought it from microchip, it'll cost about 150$. If you want...
crazyt things to connect to a usb port
Real microchip ICD2 or clone, it isn't any problem !!!
The ICD2's module works only with MPLAB. When you make MPLAB installation, be sure you've selected ICD2 tools on the setup option
driver de instalaÃ§Ã£o icd2 usb port
This driver is contains with any MPLAB installation. Look on
C:\Program Files\Microchip\MPLAB IDE\ICD2\Drivers you'll find the driver and the installation instructions.
C'est quand même bizarre ton truc !!!
C'est bien au niveau de la réconnaissance par le PC qu'il y a un pb ?
Quelle version de MPLAB utilises tu?
Je vais tenter une re-install du driver sur un autre port USB.
regardes (si toutefois ce n'est pas déjà fait la procédure de...
You can find a simple programmer on LPT of your computer (if you have it).
Search for PROPIC2 on www.propic2.com. This version doesn't need a programmed PIC (only for the gold version).
For the software you can use ICPROG (it's freeware but you can only programm the 16F877A) and perhaps...
You can request free samples on some website (like Texas Instruments, Maxim, Microhip).
Take a look on this websites and follow the sample request form. You must be registered (it's free) to purchase sample request.
To program 877A and 4550 you must have an ICD2 or another...
As tu fait l'install du driver microchip?
Il faut lire la procédure d'installation du module ICD2 dans les doc de microchip.
Befor connecting the board to the computer you must install USB driver for ICD2.
Take a look on microchip website to see the procedure.
Hi cousin français,
I've use the files post on the forum, and I'ven't problem to connect the board.
But it was a wrong fuse configuration for 4550. Not a problem at all !! It'll be connect, but the USB OS will be re-download every reset.
This is the files I read from my PICs on my board.
Hi everybody, and mindstorm88,
I use always my board version with my interface to programme any PICs.
I'll work on a second interface for dsPIC programming.
My ICD2 version works well, and it's simple to realize. Yes it's some exotics components on it. But you can find it for free on TI and...