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macgyver655



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PostLink    Posted: Wed Apr 27, 2011 10:38 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

CIR Engineering wrote:
macgyver655 wrote:
CIR Engineering wrote:
macgyver655 wrote:

I'm curious what you mean by a cheap programmer? I consider mine cheap in price but a phenomenal programmer.

From what you describe in this post it sounds more like your having programmer problems.

I've use a lot of programmers for many purposes over the years and generally speaking I find you get what you pay for. I would think there are most likely inexpensive programmers that are fine or good, but I will let others be the judge of that.

And yes, I have had problems with many programmers in the past Wink However, one of my favorite programmers was the PocketProgrammerII, but it used a parallel port and I don't have a laptop with a parallel port anymore so I sold that one. I don't remember which one I am using now and I am in California so I can't look for you right now.

Kind regards,

craigr



Well maybe it's time to buy a real programmer like the one I have........... Laughing

j/k.........................

Hey Mac, I love tools! But really good programmers are hugely expensive as you know... I usually try and find a reasonably price one (less than $500) that can do the jobs I need. If I had bought a really great one 10 years ago I might still be using it though Wink

craigr


I guess what i was trying to say Craig is that I went through all the research of various universal programmer years ago and found that the company I bought mine from had a good solid device and supported it well and it has given me years of successful use and all for under a hundred bucks. Plus I know of others who have also purchased for this supplier and have been more then happy with it. So there are good, cheap programmers available for general use. Very Happy
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