I'm using a TL866A works find for me on my windows 10 pro 64bits... I'm programming mostly lattice 22V10D or 16V8D drivers for: win2000/xp/2003/2008/VISAT/win7/win8/WIN10 http://www.autoelectric.cn/en/TL866_main.html you can find several packages on ebay TL866CS ant TL866A (has ICSP) http://www.ebay.fr/itm/MINI-PRO-USB-TL866A-UNIVERSAL-EEPROM-PROGRAMMER-ISP-ICSP-SPI-MCU-GAL-/121539949538?hash=item1c4c5873e2:g:gXUAAOxy~ilSPiMz <http://www.ebay.fr/itm/MINI-PRO-USB-TL866A-UNIVERSAL-EEPROM-PROGRAMMER-ISP-ICSP-SPI-MCU-GAL-/121539949538?hash=item1c4c5873e2:g:gXUAAOxy%7EilSPiMz> with more or less adapters... On 25/08/2016 18:41, Michał Pleban wrote: > Hello! > > I programmed my 22V10 to replace the MAX Machine PLA according to the > equations I discovered earlier. However, the machine does not work with it. > > When I placed the new PLA in the EPROM reader, it did not read the same > data as the original PLA. When compared with the original PLA, it looks > like the line RW_IN is completely ignored. I checked that the line is > properly connected on the PCB and properly declared in WinCUPL, so at > this point I would suspect the programmer I used to program the GALs. I > had another project on the past that also used GALs and there alse were > problems with them, so I really suspect there is something wrong with my > programmer. > > Can you recommend a good and reliable GAL programmer which would work > with a Windows XP machine? > > Regards, > Michau. > > Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2016-08-25 19:00:03
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