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Re: 18 April 2014 Live Chat
Crusty1   4/18/2014 12:28:50 PM
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@Duane: Migrating my old progs and apps to the new Windows 8 portable what a pain, especially having to get new node locked licenses. All because I can no longer safely run XP connected to the net.

Still I have my Microduino and oled deiplay working now. Got the wrong I2C address at first which caused me some pain till I put a logic analyser on the I2C lines and read the slave address I was sending. Good kickstarter kit from Microduino but you need to be knowledgable to use it as the detailed info is difficult to dig from the Wiki web site.

 

 



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