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Program.bat may be pointing to the wrong folder or directory. Just check your path (e.g. "E:\bin\") is correct, or if your hex file is located in the correct directory as well. Also, batch files have a problem with recognising spaces in path names, so quotes are required for anything with spaces. An example would be with the old "Documents and Settings" Folder on Windows XP. E.g. "C:\Documents and Settings\" that will most likely work.


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