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Hi MP.. Thanks for your patience.. ;) Since this is my first time to messes with PIC I think it's a looooong way for me to go.. 8)
Please also tell me how can I convert that BIN file to HEX format.
If I have not mistaken the OSCAL value is stored in the HEX file..
Thanks again..


Rhonn ;) ;)

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Rhonn, I do not recall having to convert to hex to program the chip. I think the universal programmer that I used took care of this. It has been some time since I got this file, so I really do not remember.
You can get a bin2hex converter program here:
http://www.keil.com/download/docs/bin2hex.zip.asp
Best of luck. I did not mean to make this a difficult task for you.

MP

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Guest Kasamiko

You're right MP.. My software can take it too. (IC-Prog) I just don't noticed it the oscal value is stored in the chip at address 3FF..
And by the way you're not causing any trouble..YOU'VE BEEN A GREAT HELP TO ALL OF US HERE!! ;D
Best Regards..


Rhonn ;) ;)

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This is a little off topic but I was considering modding few PS 2 and other consoles myself. I wonder how high is the actual risk to permanently mess up the console hardware with this modification in case something goes wrong with the programming? Ani ideas?

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