PIC Elmer 160
Free software & drivers for programming the PIC-EL Project Board
Intro PIC-EL Kit Tools Software Lessons FAQ QRP-L Discussion
John McDonough, WB8RCR
The FPP programming software is configurable to work with a large number of programmers. If you are using a serial or parallel port programmer (including the AmQRP PIC-EL board), and your serial or parallel port is at a standard hardware address, then the FPP software should work for you.
If you are using a USB programmer, or a parallel port programmer with a port at a nonstandard address (see "Finding the port address" below), such as a port on a PCI expansion card, then you will need to use the software that came with your programmer.
Windows NT, 2000 and XP
(These links seem to move around a lot, so I have copied them to another server to make them accessible):
Finding the port address
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