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Old Oct 25, 2002, 02:20 AM
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Okay I think I am on to something. Did a full brand new install of XP Pro. Installed the GiveIO. Dip switches in on position. I run wmilk and I get error on erase using a new energizer battery. Change the battery to a Walgreen's generic and it erases but then times out at programming, same result with another off brand. COuld everyone tell me the exact name of the battery they used in the programmer. I ahve tried each three seperate times with same result. In my previous post I showed what xodus suggested. Believe it or not I notice a difference in the size of the battery. Energizer Pile Alcaline ($3.29) is fatter and does not seem to want to work, while the low end battery ultra alcaline ($.79) is thinnner (also much easier to remove from programmer) and seems to get me farther. Let me know what exact batteries were used. THX
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Old Oct 25, 2002, 02:37 AM
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In addition if anyone can point mei nthe direction of the flashpack - the link on the threads is no good as they have removed those downloads. If you do not want to post it, can someone email it to me? I have tried so many things might as well attempt this also.
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Old Oct 26, 2002, 09:46 AM
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Let me thank everyone that has offered help and especially those that sent me the flashpack - you know who you are. Since I spent so much time on this I needed a mental health break and did nothing with it yesterday - except email the xodus team again. Finally they have suggested that the programer is crap and to get an RMA. I will fiddle a little with it here and there until I get the new programmer. Thanks again.
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Old Oct 26, 2002, 09:58 AM
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Where are you located mate? If you are near I have a programmer you could borrow to get it to work?
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Old Oct 26, 2002, 10:05 AM
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I'm in Chicago, IL USA Meerdorf.
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Old Oct 27, 2002, 04:48 AM
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Go onto the xodus website
***********.xodus-chip.com/index.html
go to the bottom of the page and read support. Have you downloaded the WinLPC program and tried that??? situated in downloads
You need a new battery and the LED on your chip should start off red.
It programs the chip with your bios, it asks you for it, it will even cut down a 1MB bios to the correct size and verifies that it is installed, although it takes quite a few minutes.
Please try this and post on here if successful or not.

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