Joined: 19 Oct 2006 17:46 Posts: 1329 Location: Colorado, USA
Depending on the PIC that you are using, you have to ensure that JP3 and JP4 are set correctly or PicFlash2 will report that the device is incorrect. For settings, look at the back of the board near the bottom.
Joined: 10 Mar 2005 22:59 Posts: 134 Location: Cardiff, UK
Just a further point: if in the picFlash program I select USB-> Show Devices, I see one device called USB18F Firmware v1.20 -PICFLASH prog, so it seems the right device is recognised. Its just that the picflash software is refusing to talk to it - despite reinstalling it, and its drivers.
And having read another thread - further info. I bought my board through Paltronix in the UK. The quality control sitckers on the board say:
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