Trying to get the ball rolling with my recently-aquired Data I/O 29B,
I have PROMlink 6.10 working perfectly with the Unipak 2B, testing out
operations with some TI 27C256s, but I'm having problems getting the
LogicPak to cooperate.
From inside PROMlink 6.10, I can send Intel Hex files
to the 29B when
the Unipak 2B is loaded, I can verify devices, I can blank check,
it all works.
Referencing the "using computer remote control" application note, when
the LogicPak is loaded, I can manually send commands from page 4 like
"HHHH @" to set the device family code (the right socket lights up),
"[" to return the device family code, "B" for blank check (and it
_can_ tell blank from non blank parts), and "T" for illegal bit
However, as soon as I pick an in-app operation that goes out to the
programmer, it spins a character-based "in progress" flag for 8-10
seconds while "setting up" the programmer, then I get a red dialog box
... while sending VERIFY PASSES to the programmer"
and I can't get any operations initiated (blank check, load, etc).
Does this ring any bells with anyone? I've never worked with logic
devices and Data I/O hardware - we had an older programmer at Software
Results, perhaps a Data I/O 19. I used to program 6309 PROMs and lots
of 2764-27512-sized EPROMs on it from the console pad. I'm new to a)
PROMlink, and b) the LogicPak.
Also, if anyone has LogicPak firmware newer than 1992, that might be
nice to play with, too.