'Anything special about programming OTPs?'
I've programmed several PIC16C64 40pin devices that are UV erasable. I then
bought 2 PIC16C64-20/L OTP 44pin PLCC devices. I built a 44pin PLCC to 40pin
DIP adapter (triple checked the pinout).
First I tried using PICStart Plus's CheckBlankOTP option and it said the device
was not blank. It also said the code-protect fuse was on and the clock was set
to RC. I tried programming the device anyway and it seemed to take forever.
It finally stopped about halfway so I cancelled it. When I read the device
the code-protect fuse was off and the clock was still RC (even though I was
programming it for HS). The ROM data was something like 390A (hex) everywhere,
not my code.
Any ideas? Did I get two bad PICs from DigiKey? (I doubt it). What did I do
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