Multi programmer EB 006-00-7

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Multi programmer EB 006-00-7

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I using Flowcode6 pro under windows10, Up to a week ago my programmer was working fine. Yesterday I tried to compile a program to a chip, but when the compiler reached file send I got the message device not recognised. Pressing reset doesnot help. In the hardware configuration on my PC the programmer is recognised.What can be the problem.

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Hello,

Here are some questions on things to look out for.

Have you inserted the microcontroller correctly?
Is there only one Microcontroller inserted?
Have you tried a different microcontroller to ensure the inserted micro is not damaged?
Have you checked the jumper settings are correct?
How are you powering the board? USB or PSU?
Do you have anything external connected to the board, specifically PortB pins 6 and 7 or anything potentially power hungry?

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Hey benj
All questions =Yes
I am using PSU and nothing is connected to the programmer.
Driver = Windows/SYS/drivers/mchpusb64.sy
Hope you can help me,

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What Microcontroller device are you using?

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I am using Pic 16F628A and i tried also PIc 16F 877A both running on 4Mhz set for intosc i/o by both chips same result.

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Are you using a 12V power supply? This is required for the PIC device to enter programming mode.

The v7 board is now pretty old maybe one or more of the electrolytic caps have dried out and died?

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I am using a 12VDC power supply. the board is 5or6 years old so may be it is out of order.
thank you for your help, I think I will buy a new programmer.regards.

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