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In Topic: Netduino doen't run or debug

11 January 2013 - 04:46 PM

AH, lol. didn't know that.
always thought is was backward compatible.
its posible to go back to the 4.1 framework  if your on the 4.2?
no longer necessary.. fixed it.
i searched for the MicroLiquidCrystal  source code, and found it.
used the 2 classes necessary for the LCD. and imported those into the project.
and it works fine now :)

In Topic: Netduino doen't run or debug

11 January 2013 - 04:31 PM

Oke, did the Reboot CLR and Ping, this is the result:


Configuration version != versionAssembly: MicroLiquidCrystal ( debugger!Create TS. Loading start at 142afc, end 1583e0   Assembly: mscorlib (   Assembly: Microsoft.SPOT.Native (   Assembly: Microsoft.SPOT.Hardware (   Assembly: Microsoft.SPOT.Hardware.SerialPort (   Assembly: Microsoft.SPOT.IO (   Assembly: System.IO (   Assembly: Microsoft.SPOT.Hardware.PWM ( needs assembly 'mscorlib' (4.1.2821.0)   Assembly: SecretLabs.NETMF.Diagnostics ( MicroLiquidCrystal (   Assembly: SecretLabs.NETMF.IO ( needs assembly 'Microsoft.SPOT.Hardware' (4.1.2821.0)Loading Deployment Assemblies.Assembly: MicroLiquidCrystal ( deployed file. needs assembly 'Microsoft.SPOT.Native' (4.1.2821.0)   Assembly: SecretLabs.NETMF.Hardware.Netduino ( a3000000Attaching deployed file.Waiting for debug commands...   Assembly: LCD_Buttons ( deployed file.   Assembly: MicroLiquidCrystal ( deployed file.   Assembly: SecretLabs.NETMF.Hardware ( TinyCLRPinging... TinyCLR

In Topic: Help with 128*64 OLED display

10 January 2013 - 01:39 PM

At first glance you could try using the I2C way, because the SPI protocol requires a 9-bit transfer which is not supported.

The I2C should be feasible, although not so fast to play animations or similar.

Bear in mind to add a couple of pull-up resistors (e.g. 5k Ohms) to +3.3V.


Oh...I wouldn't throw it away: although an LCD won't give much satisfaction with a Netduino, you could have fun by adding an Arduino. At that point, the Arduino makes the "dirty job" and the Netduino the elegant one!






i will look at the i2C way  ;)

You mention pull-up resistors, on which pins?


Last Monday i order a Arduino, it seemed fun to combine the 2 boards into 1 project

In Topic: Help with 128*64 OLED display

10 January 2013 - 08:26 AM

I contacted the seller,


he sent me this link today:



i'm using the standard Netduino (framework 4.2)

In Topic: Help with 128*64 OLED display

09 January 2013 - 10:46 PM



a couple of weeks ago i bouth this little display:




Posted Image


pin1: GND    = Ground

pin2: V         = 5V?

pin3: D0       = CLK

pin4: D1       = MISO

pin5: RST     = Reset

pin6: DC       = Data / Command

pin7: CS       = Chip Select (CSN)


only one problem, i cant get it to work
i have tried it for a couple of days now, and im at the point of throwing it out of the window :angry:


i have tried a couple of projects as base, but can't even find a good diagram for wireing.



does anyone have experience with this LCD??


more info:



Bram van Deventer

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