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CCS and Proteus with Microchip 14 Bits and Programs > 2K

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I am using Pic 16 Family (14 bits), CCS C compiler and Proteus for the simulation.

I am using in Proteus the program file .COF generated by CCS PCM C Compiler.
Always that the compiled program is less than 2K (<0x07FF) I can get correct simulation in both Stepping a Execute modes from Proteus.

But when the Program exceed 2K (>0x07FF) I can’t simulate in Stepping mode (Using F11)

Somebody can help me to find the problem?

I would appreciate your help.

Thank you.

I make a test using the example file included in the CCS C Compiler “EX_VOICE.C”.

I compiled it using Microchip 14 bits, I got EX_VOICE.cof file and I ran it using Proteus, but it didn’t work in Stepping mode.

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Re: CCS and Proteus with Microchip 14 Bits and Programs >

The CCS you used is a evaluation.you can simulate >2K after you register it.
 

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