programming with microload

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programming with microload

Postby mbernier » Sat Jul 03, 2004 1:05 pm

Hi

I have some problem to program the 68hc711e9cfn2 with microload. The code look download succesfully but it doesnt work in the adapt11 application board. This code was develop first in .hex format and i convert it in .s19 with a converter. In it's original .hex format, i programmed it succesfully with chipwriter from dataio. Now, i can't use chipwriter and i would like to do the same job with adapt11 and microload.

Could somebody tell me where is the problem :?:

Thanks
Martin
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Postby aharvey » Sat Jul 03, 2004 1:57 pm

You should no use MicroLoad to program 711 parts (never tested and not supported). The bin files where never made to work with a 711. If you have an older PC (under 200mhz) You should use PcBug11 which is a tool from Motorola.
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Postby mbernier » Mon Jul 05, 2004 7:42 am

Thanks for this information

I have a 733mhz PC and i tried pcbug11 and i am not able to run it correctly. I tried the patch for runtime error without sucess. Now, I'm trying jbug11 for windows and ICC11 but i'm not sure if it will be a sucess. Could you tell me a good process to program the micro correctly with ICC11 or jbug11.

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Postby aharvey » Mon Jul 05, 2004 9:22 am

I'm sorry to say I'm not aware of any. You best bet is to find an old junk pc like a 486 with dos and use pcbug11. It is by far the best solution. Having tried to use jbug11 to program 711 and I have not had much success, but with pcbug11 it works like a charm every time.
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Postby mbernier » Mon Jul 05, 2004 11:43 am

Thanks

I'll try pcbug11

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