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Andy Neil
03/04/13 05:54
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Basingstoke
Uk


 
#189543 - it "works" (sic)
Responding to: Rohan Dey's previous message
Did you read the FAQ about RC resets?

http://www.8052.com/faqs/119931

It's one thing to try it a couple of times, and not see it fail - quite another to know that it will definitely continue to work under all circumstances.

For example, see: http://www.8052.com/forumchat/read/189480

When you launch the [system] ... you will certainly find out that most of the time it ["works"]. What's not to like? However, play with the [system] for a while longer and you can discover many corner cases in which the [system] provides misleading results, freezes, or crashes altogether


List of 9 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
89C2051 not booting up      Rohan Dey      03/04/13 02:29      
   What you want and what you need        Oliver Sedlacek      03/04/13 03:13      
   cross-post      Andy Neil      03/04/13 03:22      
   Reset Circuit      Rohan Dey      03/04/13 03:38      
      You *need* a proper external reset generator!      Andy Neil      03/04/13 04:00      
         RC reset circuit works      Rohan Dey      03/04/13 05:41      
            it "works" (sic)      Andy Neil      03/04/13 05:54      
      A 2051 is not 4K      Jim Granville      03/04/13 04:32      
         Thanks for the solution      Rohan Dey      03/04/13 05:37      

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