Ok, I've tightened the timing belt for my DRAM and rewound its elastic. Maybe I shouldn't have delete that desktop.ini under temp internet files the other day?
I've fixed the images above, but other PS stuff was lost.
But that's good - instead of writing how I was gonna get the 08M2 equivalent of a 2003 DS30487B for thePIC16F87/77 series (18-pin DIP etc), I found a close match for the 08M2, namely the DS41441B.
I liked (recently) reading the old 2003 doco because it had it all - chip variations, electrical characteristics, timing and waveforms, inter-dependencies, memory maps, module descriptions (PWM, timer/counters, ADC etc), commands & flags, etc.
Though ~212 pages (the newer DS41441B is 382pp), it's a good "selective" read. Question something, find its page and then follow whatever links seem relevant or of interest - a bit (or byte) at a time until interest wanes.
Did I say what a non-expert I am on the PICs, or did that get lost?
Speaking of lost, I've just lost my cursor keys. I can't wait for my new i5 or whatever it will be (it was supposed to be a "C2D exceeding 2GHz" when I intended to upgrade a few years back, but at least now I can skip XP all together (and Vista? - never touch a 3rd release from MS!)).
Off to watch the TV whilst the rubber band settles in and RAMps up...
Ah I miss the old static RAMs!