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7 years ago
lancos
Try to replace 1K Ohm resistors with 220 or 100 Ohm Cheers, LancOS
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7 years ago
lancos
It needs a change to PonyProg. Current release handle only COM1-COM4. Cheers, LancOS
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7 years ago
lancos
Vytas Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hi, > > As shown in > http://www.lancos.com/e2p/avrisp-siprog.gif the > seventh pin of CON10 switch-plug is not used. And > in "PIC 12/16 adapter" is used. Is it correct? No, you have to use the COM port base, look here: http://www.lancos.com/siprogsch.html#baseboard The LPT version is
Forum: PonyProg
7 years ago
lancos
Ken are you using this? http://www.lancos.com/e2p/betterSTK200.gif If so, is VDD 5V in your target? Is the voltage stable and capable of appropriate current? You can try to replace 1K resistors with 220 or 100 Ohm. Cheers, LancOS
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7 years ago
lancos
Koriel Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Is it possible to programm AT90CAN (both Flash and > EEPROM sections) using pony prog Auto AVR option? > If not how could I program that device? No, at the moment. However I'm in the process to add new AVR support to PonyProg, so be patient, please. If you are a programmer you can do it yourself by download
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7 years ago
lancos
Thank you. If you want to contribute to PonyProg post the patch here, please http://sourceforge.net/tracker/?func=add&group_id=2141&atid=302141 It helps me keep tracks of every contribution. Cheers, LancOS
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7 years ago
lancos
PonyProg doesn't work with USB2serial converters.
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7 years ago
lancos
Look this thread for the answer: http://ponyprog.sourceforge.net/phorum/read.php?2,356 Your configuration is OK if the additional LPT port is named LPT1 and its address is FED8, but previously you talked about 0xFDE8. If your pcmcia port is named for example LPT3 you need to specify the third address in the row. You also need PonyProg 2.06g (not yet officially released)
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7 years ago
lancos
Are you sure you have removed any previous 2.06c version? How do you build and install? What OS?
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7 years ago
lancos
ken Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > can u please send me the schematic of the circuit > you have described i think it would be easier to > understand You can even attach the file to the post in this forum.
Forum: PonyProg
7 years ago
lancos
red_alert Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hello everyone! > i am quite new to reprogramming business. i am > interested whether it is possible to reprogram > this NIC Realtek RTL8168/8111 PCI-E Gigabit > Ethernet NIC, or has anybody done nic > reprogramming with this software. Thank you. Usually the NIC is attacched to a serial eeprom 93
Forum: PonyProg
7 years ago
lancos
Hi, look at the FAQ (last question): http://www.lancos.com/e2p/ponyprog2000.html#s5 Note that you need PonyProg 2.06g
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7 years ago
lancos
Hi, the answer to your question is in the FAQ here (last question): http://www.lancos.com/e2p/ponyprog2000.html#s5 Regarding the pin configuration via a text editable file it will be a nice feature, thank you for the suggestion. Cheers, Claudio Lanconelli
Forum: PonyProg
7 years ago
lancos
Good news! I updated the file on CVS to build under Linux. I tested on OpenSuse 10.2, but should work on every Linux. No configure used, just makefile. Look at INSTALL file. Cheers, Claudio Lanconelli
Forum: PonyProg
7 years ago
lancos
Ekij Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I've used Ponyprog for many years now and I really > like it. I prefer not to have to change my toolset > once I'm settled. I would be prepared to *buy* > ponyprog if it supported some of the newer chips > (Mega644, Tiny 84, Tiny 85) Hi, I will add support for new devices soon. P.S. Any donations are
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7 years ago
lancos
jhonny Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I really can't understand how to compile your > program... Could you tell me how to do, please? > > Thanks a lot, > Jhonny PonyProg unfortunately needs the V library (preferably v1.25). Debian had packages some time ago, see http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-changes/2002/04/msg00487.html You ne
Forum: PonyProg
7 years ago
lancos
Denis Dupeyron Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I am one of the Gentoo developers who maintain > PonyProg in Gentoo. We are currently using the > RedHat binary for version 2.06c. > > - Is a 2.06f binary available for RedHat or any > other distribution? And if so, where? No, latest binary compiled for Linux was 2.06c > - Under what
Forum: PonyProg
7 years ago
lancos
a4tech Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Pony prog he can too read PCF 8594C? How him > connect? Yes, you can connect PCF8494C in the 24xx socket, leave pin 7 open.
Forum: PonyProg
7 years ago
lancos
First check your Windows add your RS323 as a COM port, you should see a COM port in control panel - hardware - peripherals. What COM port is it? COM1,COM2,... If you select SIProg-API interface are you able to select that COM port??
Forum: PonyProg
7 years ago
lancos
Jon Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Is it possible to set the EEPROM address so that > one of serveral I2C EEPROMs can be programmed in > circuit? I have a total of 4 EEPROMs plus other > devices on the I2C bus, so I need to be able to > select the address to write to. You can edit PonyProg2000.ini file at the line: I2CBaseAddress=0xA0
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7 years ago
lancos
miky Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > So, after this i tested with a PCMCIA cardbus with > LPT. > These controller create an LPT port , but i can't > comunicate with the device > I tested so many configurations with the PCMCIA > adapter witout sucess. > In ponyprog i selected Parallel I/O Port but i > can't selected LPT1,2,3, always
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7 years ago
lancos
Thomas Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I enjoy to work with PonyProg. I have developed on > the version v.1.17 a USB support for PonyProg with > FTDI232R chip and it works for Atmel AVR > controller. To join my results I would like to > integrate this solution into a new PonyProg > release. > > So my question. Is it possible to get
Forum: PonyProg
7 years ago
lancos
hannibar Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > OK,for example,if i write a file like "123456..." > to 24C256,the file in the chip will be > "E2P!Lanc...(152 bytes)123456...",why? Because you saved with E2P format. If you need plain bin file save with bin format, select "Save As.." and select *.bin filter/format
Forum: PonyProg
7 years ago
lancos
upsail Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hi, > What is the latest version of PonyProg? 2.06f > I designed my hardware interface as the SI-Prog > schematics showed in the lancos website. I use the > version 2.06fBeta to program the PIC16F876 and > PIC16F877 but the device always could not be > found. > > Does the version 2.06
Forum: PonyProg
7 years ago
lancos
Rizal Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I've a laptop. it doesn't have the serial or > parallel port, but only have usb port. So I use > the usb to serial port cable to connect the ATmega > 8535 to my computer. but it can't work. If I erase > or write to the device with pony prog program, the > message that shown is "device unknown or mi
Forum: PonyProg
7 years ago
lancos
Kreyl Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > So sweet project it is, but it does not know some > new devices like attiny45 and at90USB1287. Will it > know it once, please? :-) Hi, to submit feature requests go here: http://sourceforge.net/tracker/?atid=352141&group_id=2141&func=browse and click "Submit new", please I'll try to add
Forum: PonyProg
7 years ago
lancos
STAVROS Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > CIAO! > > I have used the last version of Ponyprog with > 93C56A of Microchip and it works fine.But I tried > it with 93C46W3 of ST and it doesn't works as it > should.Is this chip supported? If you are talking about this chip http://www.st.com/stonline/products/literature/ds/4997/m93c46-w.pdf at
Forum: PonyProg
7 years ago
lancos
Sorry, I can't understand your problem. Can you explain better, also with an example. Cheers, Claudio Lanconelli
Forum: PonyProg
7 years ago
lancos
Hi, yes, of course a simple loop command can be added. Please add the request to PonyProg sourceforge too, as a reminder http://sourceforge.net/tracker/?atid=352141&group_id=2141&func=browse In the meantime you can write a batch file and invoke ponyprog with the script N times. Cheers, Claudio Lanconelli
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7 years ago
lancos
You should first concatenate all the files (with cat or similar utility) and then load it with PonyProg.
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