EEPROM error in Window XP

Started by schoiconc in BasicX13 years ago 1 reply

BX24 is working very well under Window 98. However, it is not working under Window XP. I got the following error message. "EEPROM downloaded...

BX24 is working very well under Window 98. However, it is not working under Window XP. I got the following error message. "EEPROM downloaded error" I already installed ppdrv.reg. Please, let me know how to fix this problem. Thanks. Choi,


Storing and downloading data using eeprom and BX-24

Started by andy in BasicX11 years ago

Hey, I am trying to store data on the BX-24 when it is not attached to the computer. I know that I have to use an EEPROM program. I have looked...

Hey, I am trying to store data on the BX-24 when it is not attached to the computer. I know that I have to use an EEPROM program. I have looked at the example code at the basicx website called datalogger and I still do not understand how to upload and store data onto the BX-24. When I run the datalogger code. There seems to be a bug in this part: ---------------------------------------------...


Industrial grade BX24? 64k EEPROM?

Started by w7mjr in BasicX15 years ago

I remember a discussion about industrial grade BX24s with an expanded operationally temperature range. Is there a source for...

I remember a discussion about industrial grade BX24s with an expanded operationally temperature range. Is there a source for such a thing? Is there a source for BX24s with 64kb onboard EEPROM? Thanks in advance, Mike


Bx24 and EEProm

Started by Massimo in BasicX12 years ago 1 reply

Anyone knows where can I find software for using an EEProm 24C512 ? Thanks =20 m...@libero.it =20 Professore Ordinario di Metodologia delle...

Anyone knows where can I find software for using an EEProm 24C512 ? Thanks =20 m...@libero.it =20 Professore Ordinario di Metodologia delle Scienze umane IMES-LCA Universit=E0 di Urbino =20 Via Bandini, 7 43100 Parma =20 Universit=E0 0722 305750 Ab. 0521 489259 Cell. 349 1884289 =20 Internet Personal Site http://digilander.libero.it/maxnegro/Nuova1.html =20 =20 =20 =20 ...


Time required to write data array to EEPROM

Started by wurlitzer28 in BasicX16 years ago

I need to copy data tables to EEPROM in a BasicX24. These tables may be ~6K in size. The data will be sent from a PC in...

I need to copy data tables to EEPROM in a BasicX24. These tables may be ~6K in size. The data will be sent from a PC in serial format in 64 byte chunks. I want to use: "Call PutEEPROM(EEPromAddress, DataArray, NUMBER_DATA_BYTES)" where NUMBER_DATA_BYT


Need help writing to/reading from I2C EEPROM chip

Started by rhese in BasicX9 years ago 4 replies

Hi all, I'm working on a data logger project using the BX-24 and a Microchip 24AA1025 1024K I2C Serial EEPROM. Communicating via I2C is totally...

Hi all, I'm working on a data logger project using the BX-24 and a Microchip 24AA1025 1024K I2C Serial EEPROM. Communicating via I2C is totally new to me, so I don't doubt that I'm messing something up here. I'm using code from M24LC256.bas, which I have tried to modify to match the chip I'm using. The problem is, I don't get the same data out that I'm putting in. For example, if the following ...


Persistent Peek vs GetEEProm Speed

Started by Paul Dubinsky in BasicX14 years ago 6 replies

I have to retrieve 144 byte of data (8 groups of 18 bytes - 4 singles and 2 bytes) which I can store either in persistent memory or eeprom. ...

I have to retrieve 144 byte of data (8 groups of 18 bytes - 4 singles and 2 bytes) which I can store either in persistent memory or eeprom. There seems to be an advantage to using eeprom in that the conversion from storage data to data type is done automatically by the GetEEProm command. If, however, I use PersistentPeek I have to convert the persistent data


Playsound

Started by sunilstm in BasicX14 years ago 3 replies

Hi, Could someone help direct me as to how to use the playsound function. Has anyone used the playsound function to play a sound file ?...

Hi, Could someone help direct me as to how to use the playsound function. Has anyone used the playsound function to play a sound file ? How does one store a say .wav file into the EEPROM or a raw file into EEPROM. thanks


Error halting - then EEPROM download error

Started by enriquei2001 in BasicX16 years ago 2 replies

I am using winXP and com port 3. I get Error code 217 and Unable to halt messages when I try to download a simple LED ...

I am using winXP and com port 3. I get Error code 217 and Unable to halt messages when I try to download a simple LED program...but for some reason every now and then I get EEPROM download error - *** Opening file: C:\Program Files\BasicX\Project1.bxb *** Downl


about : EEPROM internal error

Started by hipho1997 in BasicX15 years ago

when i run the program , it appear this msg box "EEPROM internal error" . And i cant download the program into the...

when i run the program , it appear this msg box "EEPROM internal error" . And i cant download the program into the microprocessor. And i also have the other problem. i don't know how to reset the microprocessor.. Thx .. Error verifying internal


eeprom question

Started by nunfuxor in BasicX16 years ago 3 replies

Looking at http://stage.itp.nyu.edu/~jn429/playsound/ and trying to make something that's sort of a digital sampler player, I...

Looking at http://stage.itp.nyu.edu/~jn429/playsound/ and trying to make something that's sort of a digital sampler player, I was wondering if the 32k eeprom in the basicx stamp is easily replacable?


Question about download error

Started by kwokching83 in BasicX14 years ago 1 reply

Dear all, I am new for the basicx-24. I After I press the download button of the program, it show the following statement. I have...

Dear all, I am new for the basicx-24. I After I press the download button of the program, it show the following statement. I have already compiled my simple hello world program. It has no error. *** Opening file: C:\Program Files\BasicX\Project1.bxb *** Downloading File Writing internal EEPROM Verifying internal EEPROM


ATMEL Flash and EEPROM write cycle endurance

Started by Tom Becker in BasicX15 years ago 1 reply

FYI, according to engineers at an ATMEL seminar Tuesday, the quoted write cycle endurances of Flash memory in the current AVR parts (in ...

FYI, according to engineers at an ATMEL seminar Tuesday, the quoted write cycle endurances of Flash memory in the current AVR parts (in particular, the ATMega169 was being discussed but the BX-24p's ATMega8535 is included) of 10,000 cycles, and 100,000 cycles for EEPROM, are very conservative. Typical endurance for Flash is 100,000 cycles and even one mill


Overclocking

Started by pjc309430 in BasicX14 years ago 3 replies

Can the bx24 be overclocked by replacing the crystal? Say, to double the value. Naturally, this would change any baudrates and timing. ...

Can the bx24 be overclocked by replacing the crystal? Say, to double the value. Naturally, this would change any baudrates and timing. Anyone have thoughts? I can't see what the limitation would be...maybe the EEPROM...


New BX-24(p)?

Started by arhodes19044 in BasicX15 years ago 21 replies

Has anyone got more info on the updated BX-24? It seems to be vaporware. While it seems not to be available yet, does anyone have an...

Has anyone got more info on the updated BX-24? It seems to be vaporware. While it seems not to be available yet, does anyone have an idea of what the hardware will be? Will it be the same think with more EEPROM (64K?)? Or will it have a new core too? It seems as if the Atmel CPUs share a common programming, so It would _seem_ (but what do I kno


Help with chip selection

Started by ankur_tandon_19 in BasicX15 years ago 3 replies

I am looking for a chip which will have the following specs: - Fast Instruction speed more than 40,000 instruction/sec approx. - Good...

I am looking for a chip which will have the following specs: - Fast Instruction speed more than 40,000 instruction/sec approx. - Good amount of RAM and EEPROM - Networking possible - Built in A-to-D - More than two Serial-Ports Pleas let me know, if somebody has any idea about it. If someone knows how to build one using BX-24 that would work to


Errors Downloading to Eeprom

Started by c04203420 in BasicX14 years ago

Sometimes my code just doesn't want to cooperate. When all else seems fine i just cannot halt or download the bx. I then do the test program ...

Sometimes my code just doesn't want to cooperate. When all else seems fine i just cannot halt or download the bx. I then do the test program from bx and everything is fine. Does the bx behave erratically when it comes to halting and downloading if somehow the io pins/components are not correctly put together. This is becoming a real pain to handle. Im get


Re: Ramtron FRAM?

Started by Art Church in BasicX15 years ago 2 replies

I see someone used a FM25W256-S as replacement for the eeprom and it worked fine. I can't see that number on the Ramtron site. I assume the...

I see someone used a FM25W256-S as replacement for the eeprom and it worked fine. I can't see that number on the Ramtron site. I assume the FM25640 would do ?? I would like to use this chip with a BX-35 and use the fast write times and high cycles for temporary logging in the unused portion. Any Advice ? Art -----Original Message----- From: Tom


extended data logging

Started by jxpicciri2000 in BasicX14 years ago 2 replies

How large an external EEPROM can I address with the BasicX-24 for data logging application ? Can someone suggest a suitable chip...

How large an external EEPROM can I address with the BasicX-24 for data logging application ? Can someone suggest a suitable chip ? Thanks, John Piccirillo


There goes my first BX24...

Started by David Sousa Mendes in BasicX15 years ago 1 reply

Hello My BX24 was also damaged yesterday. Every time I try to download the program, I get the following error message: Error verifying...

Hello My BX24 was also damaged yesterday. Every time I try to download the program, I get the following error message: Error verifying external EEPROM Data error at address 0: Expected value: 111 Actual value: 21 Could one of this two following situations be the reason for the problem? 1- I had pin 3 (atn), connected to the input of a 78