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    Re: is my pic dead?

    My question is :
    I am using PIC KIT3 to program the chip PIC16f887 when i connect the programmer to the target board ....the message is being displayed
    "Target Device id (00000000) does not match expected device Id ( 00002080)".
    Is my pic being damaged?

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    Re: is my pic dead?

    Quote Originally Posted by VINITA DHAMELE
    My question is :
    I am using PIC KIT3 to program the chip PIC16f887 when i connect the programmer to the target board ....the message is being displayed
    "Target Device id (00000000) does not match expected device Id ( 00002080)".
    Is my pic being damaged?
    No,
    Its related to to the programmer or the software that you use to program your device. Check if the pic is correctly put on the progrrammer. Verify also some setting for the software that you are using.



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    Re: is my pic dead?

    Thanks for your reply.

    as this is my tested Software and with the same software and same programmer i have programmed the PIC so many times (the same chip ) but now i am getting this message why?
    Regards.



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    Re: Is my pic being damaged? I use PICkit3 to program....

    Hello,

    Have you resolved your problem.
    I also have the problem working PICKIT3 + PIC-P67J60



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    Re: Is my pic being damaged? I use PICkit3 to program....

    I think your PIC is still good.

    If you use MPLAB to program, you can select Configure/Select Device, then select which matches with your PIC



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    Re: Is my pic being damaged? I use PICkit3 to program....

    Maybe you have photo of connection.

    My is



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    Re: Is my pic being damaged? I use PICkit3 to program....

    Maybe.
    Check your PGD, PGC pins. Maybe they are inverted, which will give you this same error.
    You should also check the Silicon Errata documentation from Microchip on the chip that you are using. Maybe you have put the chip in such a condition where it will not be able to be programmed again and the chip is lost.



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    Re: Is my pic being damaged? I use PICkit3 to program....

    Yes ofcourse... I have experienced the same problem .....for eg:I have two PIC18F452 controller and universal programmer..IC-1 is programmed successfully and IC-2 on the same condition is not programming...So the IC-2 is damaged. But I dont know the reason why it is getting damanged.



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