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  1. Greetings Sourceboost Forum and Happy New Year 2015. The type of problem stated below may not be new, but I need guidance from a few SourceBoost forum members familiar with this type of problem. First, Happy New Year. Second, well something is wrong and I will try to brief in explaining: I recently upgraded the Sourceboost running in my HP Pavilion Elite workstation to Ver. 7.22; the OS in the HP is Windows 7 64-bit and the MPLAB is Ver. 8.90. Each Souceboost Toolsuite is running flawlessly, including the assembler. In 2013, I purchased a full second version of Sourceboost for my HP wor
  2. Greetings SouceBoost Forum and Happy New Year 2015. The problem described below may be new, but perhaps a few members in the SourceBoost community can guide me in the right direction: I recently upgraded the Sourceboost running in my HP Pavilion Elite workstation to Ver. 7.22; the OS in the HP is Windows 7 64-bit and the MPLAB is Ver. 8.90. Each Souceboost Toolsuite is running flawlessly, including the assembler. In 2013, I purchased a full second version of Sourceboost for my HP workstation notebook (the OS is Windows 7 64-bit and MPLAB is also 8.90). This week I upgraded the Sourc
  3. Greetings everyone, I loaded Sourceboost Version 7.05 into my computer. A new project was created using interrupt.asm, the sample file located in the Sourceboost/sample/asm folder. After setting Toolsuite and Target parameters, I started the assembler and the following errors were prompted in the Sourceboost’s output area: Assembling... C:\PROGRA~2\MICROC~1\MPASMS~1\MPASMWIN.exe /pPIC16F84 /q /eDebug\tick.err /lDebug\tick.lst /oDebug\tick.O /xDebug\tick.ref Interrupt.asm && C:\PROGRA~2\MICROC~1\MPASMS~1\MPLINK.EXE /oDebug\tick.cof Debug\tick.O /p16F84 16F84_g.lkr &&am
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