What are the rules to build your own software program from a open computer chip?
Can you please help. But first let me explain that, do you have to burn the chips onto the dive? Or buy one_? I'll write more later...
- ?Lv 72 months ago
- Spock (rhp)Lv 72 months ago
[sigh] you know so little that i can only recommend you begin studying at your local community college
- StarryskyLv 72 months ago
How are you opening the computer chip--screwdriver, pliers, X-Acto knife, or hammer? What type of "chip" is it? What software program do you want to "build"?
Have you ever taken a "dive" with any burning chips before? What did you dive into?
Give more details.
- Robert JLv 72 months ago
You need to give a lot more information about what "chip" you want to use & what for?
"Burn the chips onto the drive" makes no sense, sorry..
If you are writing a program for a PC, then it is just software you write and run.
If you want to program a microcontroller such as PIC, then you buy the appropriate PIC IC (chip), write the program using a suitable editor and assembler or compiler; MPLab X for the PIC series, here:
Then transfer the program to the IC using a programmer such as a PICKIT 3 or now PICKIT 4.
Example PIC microcontrollers:
For different makes of microcontroller, you use different software packages.
eg. for the Arduino modules, you use this:
That allows you to program arduino modules such as these:
And there are many more makes and types.