#322 Piklab + ICD2 + 12f675 = messed up OSCCAL

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2013-09-28
2013-01-25
Anonymous
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Hi.
I'm using Piklab version 0.15.7 under Ubuntu with ICD2 programmer. Every time I try to program 12f675 I get this warning:

Warning: Calibration word is not a compatible opcode (0x3400).

This problem is very similar to this bug.
http://sourceforge.net/tracker/?func=detail&aid=2792137&group_id=138852&atid=743140

Also when i program the PIC there is a very weird behavior and is that the byte at the address 0x00FF is never written, it is always readed as 0000,
Even when i erase all the memory all the flash bytes reads 0x3FFF but that address that still reading 0000.

Thank you for your help.

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  • Anonymous

    Anonymous - 2013-09-28

    You have really old version of piklab (0.16.3 latest stable), I'm not sure is it supported, and by looking at the ChangeLog, that bug is probably fixed (also noted in bug report)
    http://sourceforge.net/p/piklab/code/HEAD/tree/trunk/piklab_kde4/Changelog

    0.15.8 (30 April 2010)
    ...
    * fixed icd2 calibration read/write for several devices [reported by Lenik Terenin, Will Kamp,
    Lorenzo Marcantonio, and Mark Bryars]

    ...

     
  • Anonymous

    Anonymous - 2013-09-28

    sorry 0.16.2 is latest stable, 0.16.3 in ChangeLog for next stable :(

     

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