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  1. Re: Replacing the PIC18F25K20 on an Amicus18

    I must remember to try this trick next time...

    1. Post a question on the forum after battling for two days
    2. Go for a walk in the garden, and clean the swimming pool
    3. Come back to the desk...
  2. Re: Replacing the PIC18F25K20 on an Amicus18

    Hi Guys,
    Well I finally received a few variants of the PIC18F series, and started with simply replacing the PIC18F25K20 with a 25K22 version.

    I've been trying to get the bootloader to work on the...
  3. Re: Replacing the PIC18F25K20 on an Amicus18

    Thanks Les - look forward to experimenting:-)
    Best
    Norm
  4. Re: Tips for Programming Amicus 18 on Windows 10

    You're right about Win10 Les. I recently got tired of an oldish Intel 3GHz Dual Core (E8400 chip) machine with 4Gig RAM running Win10 which had become so slow it was painful. In frustration I...
  5. Replacing the PIC18F25K20 on an Amicus18

    Hi All,

    It's been a while since I "played" with PICs, (got pulled away by Arduino), and I've noticed there are some really cool new versions of the PIC18FxxKxx (both available and upcoming) which...
  6. Tips for Programming Amicus 18 on Windows 10

    Hi All,

    I recently wanted to do some work using the Amicus 18, and after a good number of retries and searching through various Forums, I can say I have managed to reliably succeed:-). Whilst I...
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