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Aji in http://www.psocdeveloper.com/forums/viewforum.php?f=5
Thomas, 25xxx/26xxx are not supported and will not be supported as they cannot be programmed with such a simple hardware.
and i want to ask why? Any short-time signals which LPT can not made? Or precise timeouts which Windows cant accept?
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The 25/26 families required an accurate data clock for programming. All the subsequent families do not require this accurate clock. It may not be possible to generate an accurate programming clock from windows and that may be the reason for Aji's comment.
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