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    I wanted to experiment with my new pic 16F15375 and discovered it wasn't available in the microcontroller dropdown window.
    I recently installed everything fresh and I'm not sure what to do.
    My microcode studio is 5.0.0.5 and compiler version is PBPX 3.0.9.4
    U2 programmer 4.63 -
    --- (actually checking the programmer, pic 16LF15375 is available, so I just need the compiler to behave)
    I checked the programmer last after writing all this.

    Do I just need to use the mplab compiler for the pic16F375 ?? If so, I need some help finding the path to this compiler.

    I'm not sure everything is hooked together. I installed the latest MPLAB version but when I try to use the MPLAB compiler
    windows 7 can't find it and when I browse to find it, I can't either. It is installed though! It seems to find and use the assembler OK.

    Could someone tell me if this pic 16F15375 should be there? Or is my version not supposed to have this pic?

    I upgraded to version PBP Pro Gold last November 23, 2016. Does this allow me to get the latest PBP Pro 3.1 ?
    I'm assuming 3.0.9.4 is NOT PBP Pro 3.1

    So is my problem an out of date version? Can you tell me this.

    Also, can you install a newer version over your current version? - without re-do-ing everything?
    I've downloaded the version on MeLabs download page, but I don't want to install it if everything needs to be redone.
    I can practice for quite a while before I need to go to the latest pic micro.

    Thanks.
    I'm trying to get back up to speed after a very long break away from picbasic.
    Much obliged for any assistance.

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    You need PBP 3.1, which is a $50 purchase.

    http://store.melabs.com/cat/PBPUP.html

    By default, it will install in a separate folder and won't overwrite any of your existing files.
    Charles Leo
    ME Labs, Inc.
    http://melabs.com

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Charles Leo View Post
      You need PBP 3.1, which is a $50 purchase.

      http://store.melabs.com/cat/PBPUP.html

      By default, it will install in a separate folder and won't overwrite any of your existing files.
      Thanks very much. It's nice to know to stop looking for something.
      I'm going to hold off upgrading for a while. At least until I'm a little less ashamed of being so unskilled.
      And I have an embarrassingly large box of parts to practice with for now.

      I installed the latest download. And I see PBP creates its own folder and you can just change the path
      to select whichever version. I'm obliged.

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