Yes. mplab. SO does that mean i need a pickit3 then?
I have a 16F627 hooked up to the PICKIT2 on the mid-range - standard auto-detect setting; just read the memory. See picture below for pinout (datasheet wasn't much help for me). 16F627/8 share a datasheet, FYI.Yes according to what I am seeing.
Or get a Pic that is supported by the PicKit II.
Strange page 121 of the datasheet does not list the PicKit 3 either only
- PRO MATE® II Universal Device Programmer
- PICSTART® Plus Development Programmer
The datasheet misled me. Usually, you see pins labeled "PGMD" and PGMC" or something along those lines. All I saw was "PGM" on pin 10. I actually goog'd it and found an image of someone else's breadboard to learn how to hook it up. After that, the standalone app was happy.I think the OP was trying to program with MPLab. Good to see that it works with stand alone programmer as you say. Strange it is not listed on the chips datahseet.
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