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Sure, you can run the grub repair from both ways.
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That's pretty awesome! Nice build :P
Thanks. That's very cool! It's a really nice idea!
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Please notice that this programmer is made for PICs with 40 pins and PIC16F84A has 18 pins. If you want to use it, you must make sure that the right connections correspond to the appropriate pins. Which might differ from PIC to PIC.
Thanks, that's awesome!
Not sure. Maybe the device is more sensible. Try using better quality cable (higher CAT) and shielded Ethernet connectors plugged to ground.
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