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From: "Vangelis Pantazis"
Subject: Re: PIC USB Programmer
Date: Mon, 9 Sep 2002 12:55:19 +0300
Organization: National Technical University of Athens, Greece
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"Don McKenzie" wrote in message
> Vangelis Pantazis wrote:
> > Hello! I'd like to know if there's a USB programmer for PIC
> > available. Since every day more and more of us are using Windows 2000 /
> > and the mainboard manufacturers seem to try to let go of the "legacy"
> > parallel port & serials, it would be nice if a USB programmer was
> > Any ideas? I was thinking of buying an adaptor USB <-> Parallel since I
> > a parallel programmer. Any comments on this?
> > Thanks alot !
> usb to serial pic programmer:
> with the usb to serial converter.
> you can use the chips below for parallel also if that is what you need,
> but drivers would need to be written to match.
Question: Do they work flawless in serial or parallel mode? Or will I have
> and the usb chips
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