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Bluevette85



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PostPosted: Mon Jan 26, 2004 6:49 pm    Post subject: TunerPro RT Chip Programming Reply with quote

When I read the Atmel 256 chip with the Autoprom and a start address of 04000 it should read a 16k file but it saves a 32k file.

I can load a 16k bin onto the 256 chip with a starting address = 04000 but it won't verify correctly.

I do not stack my bins and used the Pocket Programmer II without this problem.
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Mangus
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 28, 2004 2:04 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Sounds like a bug. I'll look into it and get it fixed. You'll probably find a lot of this stuff around chip burning (its not an easy problem to solve).

The verify is known issue, as it doesn't currently make use of the start address. I will be fixing this for the next release. THe chip does burn correctly though (if you burn a 16k bin on a 32k chip starting at $4000, it should work fine). I'll have to look at the read issue.

THis will get better over time (like everything else). Thanks for your patience!
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