I couldn't just stop the driver or change the port for the PIC driver. kfink44 View Public Profile Find More Posts by kfink44 November 29th, 2006, 04:32 PM #8 thekoolguy Member Join Date: Aug 2002 Posts: 7 Kfink, Are you using Windows Since the components are nearly identical to what worked, I would give that a low probability. Use of XC32(1.42) Application Defined Memory Regions RXPPS mapped on RA3 on a PIC16LF1709 does not work? have a peek here
Top Remove Lobby | Topics | Previous Topic | Next Topic Rate this topic (1=skip it, 10=must read)? [ 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | So I would like to assume it is either a board layout error, component selection error, or ICD3 communication error. Only deleting it would allow me to use the com port for the drive software. darrentpi LIVE PLC Questions And Answers 3 April 23rd, 2005 08:15 AM Allen Bradley 1747 PIC Schematic Kroz LIVE PLC Questions And Answers 2 March 5th, 2004 07:03 PM 1747 PIC
Unless I use an oven, but then everything falls off. :( #5 Blitzkrieg New Member Total Posts : 15 Reward points : 0 Joined: 2011/01/24 14:28:13Location: 0 Status: offline Re:Another PIC32 Hope this helps! good luck!! #9 NVergunst Super Member Total Posts : 372 Reward points : 0 Joined: 2007/02/11 19:58:16Location: 0 Status: offline Re:Another PIC32 "Failed to get DeviceID" thread... 2011/02/02 11:12:40 (permalink) 0 Please try the request again.
It's free, and you can customize the content you view, as well as being able to subscribe to threads and topics, getting new posts delivered to your email as they appear. I've configured the appropriate drivers in RSLinx for each SLC (RS-232 DF1 first for the 5/03 and 1747-PIC second for the 5/02). I'll give that a try.Thanks to everyone who took the time to give their feedback without any condescending tones !Steve Top Tom Jenkins - (914 posts) Mar-01-02,01:15PM(EST) 15. "RE: SLC Appreciate the feedback and I hate tar personally...
Thats what I have to do too. Please read this important info!!! Any ideas? http://control.com/thread/1026172556 This is the second revision of that board.
Make sure RSLinx is not running as a service. Neither did I!I even add to reboot the laptop on a few occasions.Could not stop the drivers from running and had to delete one and replace it. Log in / Username Password Verification Stay logged in Login Forgot Your Password? Your cache administrator is webmaster.
I find that if I leave the Auto browse on I don't have problems with the OS shutting down the comm port, but Linx still hangs randomly and frequently. http://www.techyv.com/questions/i-got-error-message-my-rslinx-version-24300 Did you solve yours yet? #12 jorpese New Member Total Posts : 9 Reward points : 0 Joined: 2011/06/03 08:12:32Location: 0 Status: offline Re:Another PIC32 "Failed to get DeviceID" thread... 2011/06/06 I am getting an error ICD3Err0035: Failed to get Device ID... But what about COM3:, which can (used to, anyway) be the same port as COM1:, and somtimes not.
I will double check my layout and schematic for issues, but there doesn't seem to be much difference. navigate here I do have a 10uF cap on VCAP/VCORE and it is a stable 1.8v with the scope. Or buy a 1747-UIC __________________ Mickey If you want happiness for an hour-take a nap. All Rights Reserved.
What is this error message and how can I correct it. So by swapping those around all was well. Page: 12 > Showing page 1 of 2 Author Post Essentials Only Full Version NVergunst Super Member Total Posts : 372 Reward points : 0 Joined: 2007/02/11 19:58:16Location: 0 Status: offline Check This Out But not for me; my role is to be on the bottom of things." Donald Knuth ndzied1 View Public Profile Find More Posts by ndzied1 September 25th, 2006, 09:38 AM
If Channel 1 wasn't available to plug into on the 5/03, you could set Channel 0 for DH485 mode. Please click here to register! Join us now!
NT was a pain no matter what you were using and Win2000/XP introduced a new PIC issue.The PIC driver cannot be stopped and restarted like the serial driver can. The waveforms look jugged, I'll try to see what mine look like. We are talking 10MHz in clock here and microchip are using a modular telephone plug for this, not good.Bad grounding in the ICD circuit board, thin traces. I should mention when I connect the ICD3, I do get "Target Detected" and then the error.
deleting in the registry. Was hoping that would be the fix. That is why you can keep losing connections. this contact form I also tried to reinstall RSLinx but no result.
Haven't received registration validation E-mail? The only time I had to delete the PIC driver was when I was trying to use Allen Bradley's Drive Tools software which uses RSLinx also. You have clicked on the "?" button for search help. Your cache administrator is webmaster.
He tells me that apparently Rockwell sell a direct replacement cable which can plug into a PCMCIA card if you have one.By Pete Theobald on 6 May, 2003 - 7:37 pmI Thanks Varun #14 erupter Senior Member Total Posts : 179 Reward points : 0 Joined: 2011/05/31 15:15:52Location: Rome, Italy Status: offline Re:Another PIC32 "Failed to get DeviceID" thread... 2011/10/12 03:49:01 (permalink) I am not sure how best to remove the chip once it is on there.