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2009/01/27 10:24:54 (permalink)
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Suggestion for ICD 2 Users

When using the MPLAB ICD 2 in MPLAB IDE make sure the configure->configuration bits window is is closed when not in use.  This will reduce lock-ups.    

From the MPLAB ICD 2 readme in the MPLAB IDE 8.20 release notes
ICD2-322:
PIC32 debugging using MPLAB ICD 2 under MPLAB IDE may lock-up on heavily loaded systems if the Configure>Configuration Bits window is open during the debug session. Please close the Configure>Configuration Bits window before programming if the ICD2 is selected as a Debugger.
post edited by PIC32 Support - 2009/01/28 09:22:29
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    Mr Checkbox
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    RE: Suggestion for ICD 2 Users 2010/03/08 11:31:39 (permalink)
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    Another suggestion: Use ICD3. It rocks!
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    Re:Suggestion for ICD 2 Users 2011/08/08 01:18:20 (permalink)
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    I am using in ICD2 to try and program a PIC32MX440 chip but it keeps giving me the "device not ready" error. Since it gives the same error when the board is disconnected I'm assuming a communications error or a fault with my ICD module. The self check comes back ok however. I have checked all the connections manually since I had to make a new cable to account for the positioning of the connections on my board. Is there anything in MPLAB I should try or should I try a different ICD2 module?
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    DmitriK
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    Re:Suggestion for ICD 2 Users 2011/10/02 17:47:00 (permalink)
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    Yes, try to manually re-load the firmware on the ICD2
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    eng.cleber
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    Re:Suggestion for ICD 2 Users 2011/12/27 12:33:46 (permalink)
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    For programming, erasing, Verification and reading, with the ICD 2 for the new chips produced from August 2011 ("after 1120 batch") no longer works. Thus you need to buy the ICD 3.


    Somebody know about this? Could someone explain better?


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    kimberly8r
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    Re: Suggestion for ICD 2 Users 2012/04/17 09:10:34 (permalink)
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    Thanks for your information
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    Re: Suggestion for ICD 2 Users 2012/12/15 16:56:40 (permalink)
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    Hello please advice where I can find a table for ...
    To PIC32MX795.
     
    void __ISR( _TIMER2_VECTOR, ip14){..
     
    What is it:
    ?????????i p14 ???????
    ?????????i p17 ???????
     
    Thank you best regards Aladin
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