Programming 1702 EPROMs, ProLog Programmer question

Joe R. rigdonj at cfl.rr.com
Wed Mar 8 17:26:01 CST 2006


At 02:01 PM 3/8/06 -0800, you wrote:
>Hi
> I'm sure you mean 1702A or 1702B. The 1702 used
>a different programming algorithm!

   I wasn't aware of that. I just checked the programmer and the plugin in
it says 1702A. IIRC the EPROMs that I was using were 1702As. I don't recall
ever seeing any 1702Bs. I've probably seen 1702s but I can't say for certain.

    Joe


>Dwight
>
>
>>From: "Joe R." <rigdonj at cfl.rr.com>
>>
>>Hi Serge,
>>
>>   I was probably the one that asked the question! As you already know from
>>our direct E-mails I have a Prolog programmer and the plug-in for
>>programming the 1702s. I've been able to use it to copy 1702 EPROMs but I
>>haven't been able to read or alter the EPROM contents once they're in the
>>programmer's buffer therefore I haven't been able to alter the programming
>>in the 1702s. I don't know if I was doing something wrong or if the
>>programmer has a problem. Like you I was looking for a manual for the Model
>>900. I have the manual for the 980 but it doesn't help with this problem.
>>
>>      Joe
>>
>>
>>At 06:01 PM 3/4/06 -0500, you wrote:
>>>Hi,
>>>
>>>Sorry to bother you, but I just saw a question you asked on classiccmp.org 
>>>about programming a 1702 on a Prolog M900 machine.
>>>
>>>Did you ever get an answer or figured out how to make it work ?
>>>
>>>Cheers,
>>>
>>>Serge Roube
>>>
>>>
>>
>
>




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