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I have my maunal setup. I have a TMS in the unit. The notch for the eprom is pointing down. The pins of the eprom are lined up with the top of the Ep interface. I am getting a maunal Failed to perform operation on device. The protection circuit has shut off power. What am I doing wrong? Find all posts by Thomas.
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IAML Supporter 4 years: Pin 1 is the left side top pin, with the notch facing upwards. IIRC, Pin one on the is the top left pin – it should be marked on the case. Baby Pac-man – vidiots, mpus and solenoid lamp driver boards. IAML Supporter If you look carefully on the top of the programmer there are the words “Pin 1”. Manua your first clue Okay notch up and it is working.
No errors that I can tell Heck Yea! I have but the manual doesn’t make a lot of sense gibberish to me. The manual seems to presumes you already know what your doing lol.
The software seems user friendly but I don’t see any words like dump, burn, backup, export or import. I am using BPWsoft Here is a snap of my first run on this software. Tia for all of your help.
I am sitting in front of the program now. Click on the Read tab in the middle of the display.
You should see a Read button come up. Just press the Read button. If it is configured correctly, it will read the EPROM you will see some progress bars then it will beep. Select the Data Pattern button in the upper left corner and you will get a dialog box. Press save to save the contents of the buffer to disk select the browse button and go find a place to save the ROM image to.
I usually save the file as Binary. That’s all there is to it. Plug, Read, Save, Repeat. That went flawless thank you YellowDog. Your instructions were spot on sir! I have my first rom dump.
Can you enlighten me a little about all the different eproms? Is a a no matter who makes it? Last edited by mrsalvage; at Originally Posted by mrsalvage. Thanks Ken, from me as well. I followed the same instructions and all is well.
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Okay, I’ve read a random ROM and blanked one and checked for blank and wrote out the same random data yea, that was stupid. Now waiting on the eraser to blank it again so I can try writing out something useful! Now D just have to get the guts up to hack my boardset! Last edited by nomore25s; at Welcome to the club. You are now officially dangerous. Okay, so after verifying that the programmer and the software work properly on an old WinXP machine, I am back to the machine I have on my bench.
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All times are GMT The time now is Return Home to Main Site. Send a private message to Thomas. Send a private message to cdjump. Find all posts by cdjump. Send a private message to YellowDog. Find all posts by YellowDog. Originally Posted by mrsalvage That went flawless thank you YellowDog. Thanks, also Thanks Ken, from me as well. Send a private message to nomore25s. Find all posts by nomore25s.
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