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Frequently Asked Questions
A majority of the questions that arrive in our Technical Support e-mailbox and from customer telephone calls can be grouped into several categories. Please choose from the groups below to find answers to the questions most commonly asked:
Checksum Issues
Do you have a question relating to checksum calculation methods, or differences between programming systems checksums? Check here.
Algorithm Updates
Do you have questions about the proper method of installing Data I/O programmers algorithm updates? Check here.
Base V7 and new Asics
When using Sprint programmers, you will occasionally encounter a message referring to Base V7 or new Asics. Check here for more information.
Problems with Installation
If you need further information regarding the installation of Data I/O products or troubleshooting information referring to your install, check here.
Incorrect module or base installed
Information about incorrect module/base errors can be found here.
What does MOD XX/XX mean?
MOD's allow Data I/O Sprint programmers to support a wider array of parts. More information here.
Questions On Sector Protection/Security
Information on sector protection issues and security fuses using Data I/O programmers can be found here.
Invalid device ID
More information on Electronic ID errors can be found here.
Two 8-bit devices for a 16-bit application
Procedure for the programming of 2 8-bit devices for a 16 or 32-bit data bus, sometimes referred to as a Odd/Even split.
Hardware failed self test on power up
In the event that you encounter a hardware failure while using your Data I/O programmer, look here for assistance.

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