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'16C54 vs. 16C54C in MPLAB'
1999\03\16@171231 by Reginald Neale

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I'm using MPLAB 3.12 with a PicStart Plus, firmware 1.20.00. I'm trying
to program a 16C54C. Since there isn't such a choice on the parts menu
in that version of MPLAB, I have tried 16C54 and 16C54A. In the config
bits I'm setting code protect ON, but the 16C54C's can be read back
anyway! Do I have to upgrade MPLAB to make code protect work for the
new part?

Hardware: 75mHz Pentium Win 95.

I have a 1Q99 CD-Rom that has MPLAB-IDE 4.00 on it. Is that a good
version to use if I have to upgrade, and will the PicStart Plus be
OK at the current firmware rev level? Is there a big re-learning
curve for the new version?

...grateful for any advice...

Reg Neale

1999\03\16@220139 by Ravi Pailoor

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Currently only PROMATE with latest firmware from MPLAB 4.0 supports proper
programming of 16C54C.

Pailoor

Reginald Neale wrote:

> I'm using MPLAB 3.12 with a PicStart Plus, firmware 1.20.00. I'm trying
> to program a 16C54C. Since there isn't such a choice on the parts menu
> in that version of MPLAB, I have tried 16C54 and 16C54A. In the config
> bits I'm setting code protect ON, but the 16C54C's can be read back
> anyway! Do I have to upgrade MPLAB to make code protect work for the
> new part?

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1999\03\17@002150 by Jim Robertson

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At 22:10 16/03/99 GMT, you wrote:
>I'm using MPLAB 3.12 with a PicStart Plus, firmware 1.20.00. I'm trying
>to program a 16C54C. Since there isn't such a choice on the parts menu
>in that version of MPLAB, I have tried 16C54 and 16C54A. In the config
>bits I'm setting code protect ON, but the 16C54C's can be read back
>anyway! Do I have to upgrade MPLAB to make code protect work for the
>new part?

The 16C54C does have a new code protection scheme and you should really
upgrade. However I noticed the there is no 16C54C.inc file and it is
not included in the 16C5x.inc generic file either.
(Using the 16C54B part will do the trick.)


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>Hardware: 75mHz Pentium Win 95.
>
>I have a 1Q99 CD-Rom that has MPLAB-IDE 4.00 on it. Is that a good
>version to use if I have to upgrade, and will the PicStart Plus be
>OK at the current firmware rev level? Is there a big re-learning
>curve for the new version?


Think you will have to burn new PS+ firmware. Can't help with the rest.


Jim

>...grateful for any advice...
>
>Reg Neale
>
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