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Old 01-08-13, 03:00 PM   #1
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Hi, New here I hope this is posted in the right place? I just wanted to know if anyone can tell me if you can re programme the eprom in the BSI with a "PIC Programmer" or do you need something special ? Or can anyone advise me on which programmer & software I would need .My car is a 2003 pug 206sw 1.4. Many thank you's in advance.

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Old 01-08-13, 09:33 PM   #2
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PIC programmer would not do it.

I would go for a willen programmer, i have used one for a while on various electronic and other projects and it can program just about anything however sometimes you need a specific chip adaptor or cable to program via SPI/IC2 header
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Thank you, I have just ordered the willem programmer, Is there any more info I should be aware of? I've been told all I need to do is set it all back to fffff & that would make it virgin, is that correct? but I'm not sure if I need to bulk dump the current data first? any advice on the reset would be great. I have the access pin & pp2000 to reprogramme. many thanks.
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I'm not sure if I need to bulk dump the current data first?
I certainly would.

I've got a Willem programmer as well but I only use it for making ROMs for my BBC Micro.
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Never had to program a BSI, I would always backup what you have, not sure about the erase to FF, there are a few forums etc listing virgin BSI dumps so i would goggle or similar search for a flash for your exact part no as a starting point
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Thank you, I have just ordered the willem programmer, Is there any more info I should be aware of? I've been told all I need to do is set it all back to fffff & that would make it virgin, is that correct? but I'm not sure if I need to bulk dump the current data first? any advice on the reset would be great. I have the access pin & pp2000 to reprogramme. many thanks.
you could of just bought a blank chip to try that then it would of been cheaper, i have a xeltek superpro 3000u not used it in ages and they no longer make it as replaced by 6000 now

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