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Microcontroller Programming » Can the existing program be read from the microcontroller chip

May 07, 2010
by Iflyatwin
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Hi, my terrible Windows Vista crashed so bad that I lost everything. And yes I didn't have my latest program backed up, So I would like to know if it's possible to read the existing program from the chip. I would be extremely Great-full if anyone can help me Israel

May 09, 2010
by BobaMosfet
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Yes, it is, but it will be in object form (just bytes). Not high level, and not even in assembly language. Just object code.

May 09, 2010
by Iflyatwin
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Thanks BobaMosfet. I guess I'm going to write the program again because I'm new to this stuff and I don't even know where to begin with the object code. Thanks Again. Israel

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