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2019/11/08 17:53:14 (permalink)
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Trying to program PIC10F200

I am trying to program a PIC10F200 with an ICD4. It will connect and erase the device but then fails to verify:
 
Verify failed.  [ Pgm ] at 0x3, expected 0x00000c0b, got 0x00000402
Programming did not complete.
 
Any ideas?
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    ric
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    Re: Trying to program PIC10F200 2019/11/08 23:41:19 (permalink)
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    There is no "device ID" word in PIC10F20x chips, so the programmer has no idea if it is really "connected" to the device correctly.
    (That's yet another reason why it's a good idea to upgrade to PIC10F322)
    How exactly do you physically have the PIC connected to the ICD4?
    What is powering the PIC?
     

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    Re: Trying to program PIC10F200 2019/11/09 01:13:40 (permalink)
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    The device appears to not be erased properly. The minimum erase Vdd voltage for this part is 4.5V
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    Re: Trying to program PIC10F200 2019/11/09 07:39:14 (permalink)
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    I missed that there is a separate programming specification and yes it says that 5V Vdd is needed. I am going to switch to the 320 since it can be programmed at vddmin which can be far less than 3.3V.
     
    BTW - My physical connection to the board is through a Tag-Connect cable which seems to work very nicely.
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    Re: Trying to program PIC10F200 2019/11/12 14:51:33 (permalink)
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    Got the PIC10F320's and replaced the 200. Everything programs perfectly and my app is running great. Thanks for the help!
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