Assembly on Windows

A while ago, I started learning assembly with FASM and as much as I tried I couldn't do it, it was impossible...all I found was 9 year old tutorials and stuff that I understood, but still didn't make sense to me, I would really like to learn assembly on windows and I was wondering if anyone could point me in the right direction? EDIT: I have programmed in other languages in the past including C++ and PHP

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assembly program

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The required files are posted ;******************************* ;;LED FX.asm ;  11-3-2010 ;******************************* list p=12F629 radix dec include "p12f629.inc"   errorlevel -302 ; Dont complain about BANK 1 Registers during assembly __CONFIG _MCLRE_OFF & _CP_OFF & _WDT_OFF & _INTRC_OSC_NOCLKOUT  ;Internal osc. ;_MCLRE_OFF  - master clear must be off for gp3 to work as input pin ;**************************************************************** ; variables - names and files ;**************************************************************** temp1  equ 20h ; temp2  equ 21h ; temp3  equ 22h ; temp4  equ 23h ; jump  equ 24h ;jump value for table1 fadeUp  equ 25h fadeDwn  equ 26h sequences equ 27h sw_duration equ 28h testing  equ 29h ;**************************************************************** ;Equates ;**************************************************************** status  equ 0x03 rp1   equ 0x06 rp0   equ 0x05 GPIO   equ 0x05    status  equ 03h option_reg equ 81h   ; bits on GPIO     pin7  equ 0 ;GP0  LED C pin6   equ 1 ;GP1  LED B pin5  equ 2 ;GP2  LED A pin4  equ 3 ;GP3  Sw A  pin3  equ 4 ;GP4  Sw B pin2  equ 5 ;GP5  Sw C     ;bits     rp0   equ 5   ;bit 5 of the status register ;**************************************************************** ;Beginning of program ;****************************************************************   org  0x00   nop   nop   nop   nop   nop   SetUp bsf  status, rp0  ;Bank 1           movlw b'11111000'  ;Set TRIS  GP0,1,2 out   GP3,4,5 input   movwf TRISIO         ;    bcf  status, rp0  ;bank 0   movlw   07h          ;turn off Comparator ports         movwf   CMCON        ;must be placed in bank 0    clrf  GPIO         ;Clear GPIO of junk   call _memory   btfss gpio,5   ;SwA to: "record new sequence"    goto record     btfsc gpio,3  ;SwC removes attract sequence   goto $+.10    movlw 0FFh   bsf  status,rp0 ;select bank1   movwf EEDATA        bcf  status,rp0 ;select bank0   movlw .101   bsf  status,rp0 ;select bank1   movwf EEADR      bcf  status,rp0 ;select bank0   call  write     movlw .101   bsf  status,rp0     movwf EEADR           bsf  EECON1,0 ;starts EEPROM read operation storing result in EEDATA        movf EEDATA,w ;move read data into w   bcf  status,rp0      xorlw .8   ;look for 8 - for Attract mode   btfsc 03,2   goto Attract_Seq ;selected sequence will appear first   goto  Main         ;**************************************************************** ;* Tables    * ;**************************************************************** table1 addwf   PCL,F           ;02h,1  add W to program counter   retlw   .10     ; 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How do I actually PROGRAM a z80, 8088, 8035, or their predecessors? (schematic, code, assemblers, UVeproms?)? Answered

I have a z80, apparently, with supporting ICs, on a PCB waiting to be salvaged. All I could find online for z80 programming was this guy who was making a whole computer out of it. And a lame "z80 world" site that doesn't help me. Also, on a separate board, I have a couple of Toshiba TMP8035P (with UVeprom nearby), whose online "datasheet" says that it's instruction set and pin compatible with the intel 8048.see:http://www.atarihq.com/danb/files/8048.txtand:http://download.theicstock.com/TMP/359/TMP8035P_1541359.pdfI have programmed microcontrollers before, so I know a tiny bit of what is needed for programming them. (Note: modern microcontrollers, in basic-esque languages, notably picaxes and basic stamps)My problem is in how to actually make the program on my computer, press the download button, and the chip run the program. I have no idea how to do assembly, (or find the right assembler). I am also clueless as to hook the computer up to the chip. (I suspect it requires a parallel port, but I think I only have DB9-pin serial easily available. I do have a single parallel port in a win98 computer, but it would be a pain in the butt.)In addition, I don't have a UVeprom eraser light. (I have an uncle who does, but I only meet him every now and then. Maybe he would let me borrow it?)Another problem is, I'm on a time limit. It does not have to be done tommorrow, but if I do not clear the garage of my currently un-programmable outdated microcontrollers soon, I will be too busy with college this fall of 2009 to work on those things, and my parents will force me to throw them away.As for the 8035's my uncle also needs room in his garage, and if I can't program mine soon, then he will throw away his remaining stash of them. (No sense in holding on to equipment your nephew can't program in a timely fashion)By the way, the same uncle dumped a CMX controller on me, with a weird keyboard, huge scroll wheel mouse, and the big box with computer-like guts inside, and a gazillion I/O ports on the back. He said it could be programmed, but Wikipedia said the company that made this video-editing machine went bankrupt or something. If I had the "instruction set", I assume assembly, in addition to a download circuit, then I can use this thing for controlling lots of cool things.Oh, and my uncle is very nice to me, so don't think I don't like him just because his hobby is dumping old junk on me.PS: I'm just whining, but it seems all these old microcontrollers, equipment and whatnot assume I grew up with these. I didn't, so anything beyond plugging in a basic program to a picaxe is rocket science to me. (No, I'm not Russian)

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3D printed, no assembly, wind-up toy car

Hey Guys! Can't wait to hear your feedback on my latest instructable on my 3D printed, no assembly required wind-up car also on how to make your own 3d printed gadgets!

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Re-assembly of my NERF N-Strike Firefly

 I just finished half of my re-painting an un-modded firefly. I can't seem to remember how the assembly with the trigger mechanism works, particularly the part where the spring pulls the trigger back. Any help would be appreciated.

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Isolating the lens assembly and LCD from a digital camera

Hello, Instructablers, I hope you can help. I'm trying to make a functional pair of night vision goggles based on the premise that digital camera photosensors detect IR range light while the human eye cannot. I have an old, functional Sony cybershot that I'm willing to scrap for the job, but the innards are far more complicated than I was expecting. As I am trying for a wearable, head mounted unit, I would like to shave off as much bulk from the camera unit as possible -- I do not, after all, still need picture taking capability anymore, merely a digital display. Any suggestions on where to begin? EDIT: Correct me if I'm wrong, but the more I think about this the more it seems like it would be more practical to buy a standalone microcamera and mini LCD. However, what method of output and input would these typically use? Would a simple microcontroller like Arduino suffice to perform all the necessary processing to feed video from the camera to the display? Does any of this even sound reasonable? Thanks in advance and sorry if photography isn't the right section for this, Ninepound

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Tips for assembling and painting Space Marine Terminator miniatures for a newbie?

So I might be getting some Warhammer 40K Space Marine Terminators, and they'd be the first models I've ever collected, and I was interested in some advice on how to properly assemble and paint them, along with any additional detail work that can be done to make them look better. I've attached an image on what the squad looks like fully assembled and painted, color scheme and attachments are not related to what I plan on making them.

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Would you like an assembling package for your DIY project?

I am thinking about doing a project to build a set of parts that can be assembled together to build a package for any(most) DIY project. Most of time, the PCB is easy to make but the package is much harder(expensive) to make or find. I want to build a set of parts, so anyone can easily build a package for his/her own diy device. I will try to make them flexible, looking good(or fun) on most devices. Would you be interested in something like this? Please let me know, so I know I am building something someone may want. 

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Tips on building/assembling smartphone, compatible with 32 bit software

Hello, I'm looking for tips about how one would start assembling a smartphone capable of running OS like windows 8 or linux. Basically what i want is 4 to 5 inch computer with touchscreen, a hdmi output and phone capabilities. I'm pretty unsure about everything but i'm really committed. Thinking about using the atom cpu from intel. what do you think? How should I go about the rest of the project. let me know your thoughts?

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Atmel AVR IDE/assembler won't run (Windows 8)

I'm trying to write some code for my AVR in assembly, but I cannot get either the Atmel studio 6.0 (with or without sp1) or AVR32 studio 2.6 to run. Studio 6.0 with the service pack states that it will work on windows 8 but consistently gives the error message "The application was unable to start correctly (0xc000007b)". AVR32 generates a Java error. This is consistent across all compatability settings and running as administrator. This is on a pretty much clean install of windows 8 pro x64, with all updates and the latest release of both 32 and 64 bit Java. All other software has installed and run without issues, including the equivalent software for microchips microcontrollers. I would appreciate any suggestions as to how to get this software to run, or any alternatives that may work. Thanks in advance for any help.

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Let us assemble power distribution switches at home together.

I am an electronic engineer in the field of power distribution switches. In recent days, I am prepared to make a project for power distribution switches at home together.  The project begins now: Home decoration, the concern of hydropower indispensable. The laying of the home circuit is a crucial link, the home distribution box installation involves the safety of home appliances. Therefore, I specifically summarise the home distribution box installation knowledge, as well as home distribution box wiring diagram to make the relevant finishing, for everyone to take precautions, the home distribution box has a clear understanding. Home distribution switch installation points 1, Household distribution switch sub-metal shell and plastic shell two, there are two kinds of mounted and concealed, the box must be intact. 2, The household distribution switch of the cabinet wiring assembly should be set up to zero line, to protect the ground wire, phase line, and to be intact, with good insulation. 3, The installation of air switch seat should be clean and there is enough space, should be installed in the dry, ventilated parts, and no obstruction, easy to use. Never install the distribution box in the box to prevent fire. 4, The household distribution switch should not be installed too high, the general installation of the elevation of 1.8 meters, in order to operate; into the distribution switch of the electric tube must be fixed with a lock nut. 5, If the household distribution switch to be open, the edge of the hole to be smooth, smooth, distribution box buried in the wall should be vertical, horizontal, edge left 5 to 6 mm gap, distribution box wiring Should be rules, neat, the terminal screws must be tightened. 6, The loop into the line must be sufficient length, no joints, after installation marked the name of the use of the circuit, the installation of household distribution box to be completed after the removal of the distribution box residue. How to assemble power distribution switches at home ? 1, The installation of electrical box, distribution box installed on the wall, should be used bolts (expansion bolts) fixed, bolt length is generally buried depth (75 ~ 150mm), the thickness of the box floor, nuts and washers Of the sum of the thickness, plus about 5mm of the "margin". For smaller distribution boxes, it is also possible to embed a good brick at the installation site (in the form of a distribution box or a panel mounting hole) and then use wood screws to secure the distribution box or power distribution board. 2, Dark assembly distribution box, distribution box embedded in the wall installation, in the wall when the hole should be reserved than the length and width of the distribution box about 20mm, the depth of the distribution of the thickness of the distribution box with the wall Plaster thickness. In the masonry distribution box, the box and the wall filled with concrete can be fixed to the box live 3, The distribution box should be installed firmly, horizontal and vertical, vertical deviation should not be greater than 3mm; concealed, the distribution box should be around the gap, the edge of the panel should be close to the wall, the box and the building, Part should be coated with anti-corrosion paint. 4, The distribution box installed in the spiral fuse, the power cord should be connected to the middle of the terminal contact, the load line should be connected to the threaded terminal. In this way, in the loading and unloading fuse will not be electric shock. Porcelain plug-in fuses should be mounted vertically. 5, The distribution box of AC, DC or different voltage levels of power, should have a clear sign. Lighting line, should be set to zero line (N line) and protect the zero line (PE line) bus, zero line and protection of the zero line should be connected to the bus, not twisted, should be numbered. 6, The wire leads to the panel, the panel line hole should be smooth without burrs, metal panels should be installed insulation protective cover. Metal shell distribution box shell must be reliable grounding (then zero). Ps: Excuse me if I was wrong in words or expressions as I am a green hand in the field of power distribution switches. I need continual learnings. What is your idea ? Do you agree with my ideas ? Any of your ideas would be highly appreciated. May someone would like to help ? thanks in advance.

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Looking for someone in the UK to assemble Arduino UNOs and Nanos to my design.

Looking for someone in the UK to assemble Arduino UNOs and Nanos to my design.All relatively simple but my eyes are not as good as they used to be.I can program them OK I just need them assembled. Happy to pay if we can agree a sensible price.

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Buzz Lightyear broken wing spring assembly that makes the wings open, how do I fix or replace?

I have a vintage Buzz Lightyear the spring assembly that makes the wings open up .  The spring assembly has a little spring and two "arms" that attach to the wings.  One of the white "arms" is broken, now what?

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MintyBoot Post-Assembly: Installing Batteries causes Battery holder to Melt

Any ideas here? Followed these instructions. I'm fairly novice, so hoping I overlooked something simple?Thanks.Mp

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Where/how/is there an instructable on how to painlessly as possible assemble knex? If not, how? Answered

I have this good gun, which I wanted a better trigger on after many mods. It is an extremely sturdy gun, and had to break the old one literally, to get it out. So i have tried pliers, and hammers, along with my own hands, without sucsess to get it in.Help....

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Can we separate a mobile phone LCD from backlight assembly?

Hello all, Is it possible to separate the backlight from a Mobile phone or MP4 Player LCD without damaging the function of  the LCD, In the way we can do  with  Monitor LCDs? Thanks in advance for all your answers.

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I HAVE PROBLEM ASSOCIATED WITH ROLLER MISSING OF REVERSE GEAR BEARING WHILE ASSEMBLY WITH SHAFT IN TRANX-AXLE?

WHILE ASSEMBLY OF COUNTER SHAFT AND INPUT SHAFT REVERSE GEAR BEARING IS USED.BUT IN SOME CASES FOUND THAT ROLLER IN REVERSE GEAR BEARING IS MISSING. AND IT IS ASSEMBLED AS IT IS. I WABT TO DESIGN SOME POKA YOKE SUCH THAT BEARING CAN NOT BE PLACED IF ONE OF THE ROLLER IS NOT PRESENT. OR SOME POKA YOKE TO CHECK THE BEARING BEFOUR ASSEMBLY AND IT SHOULD CHECK ALL THE ROLLER AND IF ONE OR MORE ROLLER IS NOT PRESENT IT WILL SHOW SOME INDICATION OR ALARM.

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Where can i buy a vacuum robot kit that isn't already assembled?

It's for a robotics class and this is my way out of writing yet another paper.

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I need the assembly procedure for a 1974 VW rear axil and wheel bearing? Please?

The Chiltons manual that i have doesn't give the procedure for the rear wheel bearings or axil assy.

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What specific parts do I need to assemble a good quality crossover for my speaker setup.

Hey guys, I wanna inquire you about the specific types of capacitors, resistors and inductors that I need to assemble my crossover, I don't have the DIY kit, so I'm gonna build it myself. Thanks for the detailed response guys. Your help will be much much appreciated. :)

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How do I assemble the Colfax captains bed headboard, foot board and platform?

I bought the furniture with instruction sheet which is so technical and so small that I dont' know where to start. Bed is sold by www.Ashley.com

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