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    Quote Originally Posted by Ricky327
    It working here, right now as I type.

    Try this page :

    http://www.piclist.com/techref/microchip/routines.htm
    Nope, same thing, the progress bar slowly creeps across till it get about 1/3 of the way then it just sits there.

    I just dont understand why its just me that cant open this page, even the people at my isp can open it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by more mods
    Nope, same thing, the progress bar slowly creeps across till it get about 1/3 of the way then it just sits there.

    I just dont understand why its just me that cant open this page, even the people at my isp can open it.
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    It'd be easier to put a small linear actuator attached behind the mount and have it go in and out with polarity change.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony S
    It'd be easier to put a small linear actuator attached behind the mount and have it go in and out with polarity change.
    I have never seen one small enough to fit inside the area I have (about 2 inches).
    It's the cake having/eating thing.

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    more mods, any updates on your progress.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Quattro-A4
    more mods, any updates on your progress.
    Not much. I have only found one tutorial on ASM for pic. and they are using a different pic. I guess that piclist.com has me banned, or at least my IP. I have never been able to visit there site. I have sent them a email, but they never replied. Do you know of a good pic16f628 tutorial?
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    I did a search on google for a pic16f628 tutorial and I was able to find something that might be useful to you.
    LINK

    The page took a while to load for me and I had to try a few times, so you might have the same problem. It's a pretty big tutorial, I didn't read a lot, just skimmed it. I'm pretty sure you can something there that might help you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Quattro-A4
    I did a search on google for a pic16f628 tutorial and I was able to find something that might be useful to you.
    LINK

    The page took a while to load for me and I had to try a few times, so you might have the same problem. It's a pretty big tutorial, I didn't read a lot, just skimmed it. I'm pretty sure you can something there that might help you.
    Wow! This looks like a good one.
    I have searched all over for a good tutorial, but didn't have much luck.

    Thanks a lot!

    On a side note, I just got back from my brothers house. I went there to have a look a the piclist.com site, but he has the same isp and the same problem as me the progress bar creeps about 1/3 the way across, then it just sits there. It never loads the page, no errors or anything just sits there for ever trying to load. I had thought that they had banned my ip, but what are the odds they banned my brother also? This must be a problem with our isp but they insist that it isn't. What could be causing this? I need some ammo for the next time I talk to my isp.
    It's the cake having/eating thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ricky327
    Thanks Ricky. I haven't checked this thread in a while, but that looks like a very good read.

    On a side note, after many hours on the phone with my ISP (probably 10-12), I finally convinced them my problem with piclist.com was thier fault. They ran a trace route to it and found some problems. Something to do with the backbone, if you know what that is.
    It's the cake having/eating thing.

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