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PICKIT4 Error: Target Device ID (0x2000) is an Invalid Device ID.

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2019/08/22 01:57:26 (permalink)
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PICKIT4 Error: Target Device ID (0x2000) is an Invalid Device ID.

Hello, my configuration is:
PICKIT4, PIC18F46K20, Target board Pin 2 and 6 not connected.
Project setting: Power target from PK4 = On
 
When programming a device, following meassage will appear: 
Target Device ID (0x2000) is an Invalid Device ID. Please check your connections to the Target Device.
 
But programming is sucessfull.
With PK3 same settings this fault message will not appear.
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    Re: PICKIT4 Error: Target Device ID (0x2000) is an Invalid Device ID. 2019/08/22 02:02:35 (permalink)
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    Why is pin#2 not connected? The programmer REQUIRES that pin to set the voltage transition levels.
     

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    Re: PICKIT4 Error: Target Device ID (0x2000) is an Invalid Device ID. 2019/08/22 02:06:11 (permalink)
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    PICKIT3 is working perfect without Pin 2 connected.
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    Re: PICKIT4 Error: Target Device ID (0x2000) is an Invalid Device ID. 2019/08/22 02:07:16 (permalink)
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    You're probably using the dodgy workaround of telling the PK3 to supply power, so it sets the Vdd voltage itself.
     

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