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September 7, 2006, 10:27 pm
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Re: programming PIC16F84
What voltages do you have at the PIC programming socket for clock, data,
JDMs often fail on modern PCs because few modern PCs actually generate
RS232 voltages off their serial ports. JDM programmers depend on that
-12V to 12V swing to operate properly.
Take a read around my Trivial PIC programmer site for insight into the
voltage, testing, and which part to choose issue.
I would suggest ditching the 16F84, upgrading to a 16F88, 16F648A, or 16F628A
and building a simple parallel port programmer.