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    I edited the first post. I have now included the download links for MPLAB and how to find MPASMWIN. The links to download the PicKit 2 software, along with a link to the User's Guide pdf.
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    Pick up the latest device file when you get the pickit sw as well - it includes some of the newer PIC models.
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    Quote Originally Posted by budude View Post
    Pick up the latest device file when you get the pickit sw as well - it includes some of the newer PIC models.
    Good point... here is the download link and new list...

    http://ww1.microchip.com/downloads/e...te-1-62-14.zip

    List of devices.........
    http://www.microchip.com/stellent/id...cName=en027813
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    I do not know how many times this video has saved me
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    Do I replace the existing .dat file in PICkit2 with the updated PK2Devicefile.dat?
    Last edited by 11Bravo; 05-19-2013 at 04:45 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 11Bravo View Post
    Do I replace the existing .dat file in PICkit2 with the updated PK2Devicefile.dat?
    yes. Make a backup copy of the old one first. Exit and restart to make sure it gets loaded.

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    Someday we should start switching people over to MPLABX. Microchip seems to be pushing people in that direction, and discouraging the use of MPLAB. I've started using MPLABX on a Linux system, and there are enough changes that eventually new videos will be needed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by P. Short View Post
    Someday we should start switching people over to MPLABX. Microchip seems to be pushing people in that direction, and discouraging the use of MPLAB. I've started using MPLABX on a Linux system, and there are enough changes that eventually new videos will be needed.
    That would only be needed/suggested for the PicKit 3 users, correct? Others using the PicKit2, and the recent iCA03, can continue to use the MPASMWIN software and the PicKit2 standalone software.

    So, just a new video and walkthrough for PicKit3 users, right?
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