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  • #23775
    theremino
    Keymaster

    The current coming from the computer is always more than enough for programming, the problem is certainly another.
    – Maybe there are errors in the PCB
    – Maybe the pickit2 options are wrong

    In the PicKit2 app there are power options, try them all.
    And also try all the options in the Tools menu (Target VDD source, Use VPP, use LVP, etc..

    Some options are grayed out and to enable them you would have to manually choose with “Programmer / Manual device select”
    and then use the box to choose. And some options only work in HVP.

    If you still can't check the PCB, measure if on the PIC there are the voltages on the right pins, if there is mass, etc..
    And maybe even read the PicKit2 instructions in the Help menu

    If you really can't, you will need to give us more information, maybe enlarged images of the PCB or send it to me for a check.

    ciao
    Livio

    #23837
    Picmicro675
    Moderator

    ma non riesco a programmare

    Ma cosa centra con questa discussione? Non sarebbe meglio usarne una propria che evita difficoltà di lettura.

    #23841
    theremino
    Keymaster

    I'm sorry, I answered the question and didn't notice where it was done.
    If you think that is the case we could delete the messages.

    • This reply was modified 5 months, 2 weeks ago by theremino.
    • This reply was modified 5 months, 2 weeks ago by theremino.
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