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Problem with using icprog for PIC16F84A in XP after working in Windows 98

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hi
i use pic 16f84a but i was workin on win98
but when i used xp icprog doesnt program on it
i searched on net and download a file .sys and change properties in misc to work on xp but there was no solution can any body help
 

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ic prog for xp

the file has no extension
how can i use it
 

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On xp try o decrease the i/o speed

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pic icprog

i downloaded the file but it doesnt work
i adjusted the delay but there isnt any thing happens:cry:
 

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What error message do you get?

One thing that worked for me was clicking right click on the icprog icon and then choosing compatability and change and it the "run this program in..."
choose win 2000.

If this doesn't work there can be many other options depending on the error you get.

Tzviel
 

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icprog pic

Hi,
maybe the problem can be due to the programmer, some programmers need more current from serial port and not all new pc are ok.

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