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10 k Ohm pulls up on MCLR so that the ICD can force 0, +5, +13 volts on this pin.

RB6 and RB7 used for PGC and PGD respectively between target and ICD2 module. Some of the requirements of the in-circuit debugger are as follows:

  1. The in-circuit debugger requires exclusive use of some hardware and software resources of the target.
  2. The target PIC-micro MCU must have a functioning clock and be running.
  3. The ICD2 can debug only when all the links in the system are fully functional.

 

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