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awarded Curious
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awarded Popular Question
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revised Can Arduino UNO R3 act as both keyboard/mouse at same time?
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asked Can Arduino UNO R3 act as both keyboard/mouse at same time?
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awarded Yearling
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comment How to use CF cards in a Kyocera FS-1010?
I don't see how this isn't a fine answer? Yeah it might not be complete for a reason or two, but it gives good information? People these days are just so darn negative all the time on the internet... Forums are dying because of this.
Jan
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comment Sizing Intel Hex Files prior to ISP
@PeterBennett thanks, in my haste I overlooked the RAM difference. Got concentrating on size because that's what was being discussed in the shop. That is the most likely cause though, thank you for your time and advice.
Jan
17
comment Sizing Intel Hex Files prior to ISP
Wow... I'm confused because the firmware works on a 128k chip that is compatible with the 64k chip I'm using now,as stated by ATMEL support. The firmware programs and runs fine, yet when I put it on the 64k chip it programs and doesn't run. The size given by AVR-SIZE states it should fit on the chip. This is not a duplicate question because the other one I asked was specific to the behavior of FLIP/batchisp. Not the actual size of the firmware fitting on the chip... love the hate though gents
Jan
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asked Sizing Intel Hex Files prior to ISP
Jan
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comment AT89c51RE2 replaced with AT89LP51RD2, ISP programming
Turns out the error is caused by the last few commands in BatchISP "MEMORY SECURITY & MEMORY CONFIGURATION" which are specific to the at89c51re2, and the at89lp51rd2 has different methods of settings these. The first is the security bit obviously, and the second is the FCB Configuration bit. I have yet to figure out the exact command to do these same functions on the re2 but have contacted ATMEL hoping they'll have some insight.
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awarded Popular Question
Jan
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comment AT89c51RE2 replaced with AT89LP51RD2, ISP programming
Thanks for the info, yes I'll be looking into this over the weekend. It seems to be programming the chip just fine though, so rather confusing
Jan
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awarded Scholar
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accepted AT89c51RE2 replaced with AT89LP51RD2, ISP programming
Jan
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comment AT89c51RE2 replaced with AT89LP51RD2, ISP programming
I am going to mark your answer as correct simply because you pointed me down the right path. I however, out of sheer curiosity, switched my device to an 89c51rd2 in my FLIP devices, and it worked.... it gave me IndexOutOfBound exceptions but it still worked.... funny
Jan
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comment AT89c51RE2 replaced with AT89LP51RD2, ISP programming
wow... thanks for that, I completely overlooked that fact.
Jan
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comment AT89c51RE2 replaced with AT89LP51RD2, ISP programming
Currently we use a FTDI chip to convert our USB to Serial data. USB to PC, and ISP cable to ISP pins on board, program chip. What I'm reading now is that the LP might need a dedicated 4052 bridge chip with firmware on it to perform the same tasks?
Jan
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comment AT89c51RE2 replaced with AT89LP51RD2, ISP programming
well the strange things is in my output I'm getting "Succesfully loaded device: AT89LP51RD2..." then "Successfully connected to port: COM3..." but when I try to actually use "Connect" it fails.
Jan
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comment AT89c51RE2 replaced with AT89LP51RD2, ISP programming
Thank you for your advice. I've downloaded ISP Studio but after setting the device type, and USB port and Buad Rate... "Target Communication Failed..." board has power and comm ability so not sure what I'm doing wrong.
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