HP 4145B Semiconductor Parameter Analyzer

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Re: HP 4145B Semiconductor Parameter Analyzer

Post by Jeff » Fri Jun 06, 2014 12:15 am

EduardoLM wrote:Thanks a lot, Jeff! The writing worked, but only tomorrow I will have access to the HP4145B again, so I still don't know if it will boot correctly.

The only detail are the N characters at the last tracks, it happened again. Do you think it's a problem?

Thanks again,

No,this is just some blank tracks.

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Re: HP 4145B Semiconductor Parameter Analyzer

Post by mike_5555 » Tue Jan 20, 2015 1:01 am

Many thanks to HxC Floppy Drive Emulator developers and to Skot9000 for getting it to work in HP4145B instruments. I recently installed it in our HP4145B. It works great. Your post (and boot files) made it possible. Thank you so much.

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Re: HP 4145B Semiconductor Parameter Analyzer

Post by famhien » Wed Feb 17, 2016 4:33 am

Hello Guys~~

My lab also have one HP 4145B Semiconductor Parameter Analyzer, but the Labview software which allows a user to set and
update parameters using a workstation was broken.

Can you send me the software package?

Actually I'm not good at computer .. then is there anybody can teach me how to install this software

Many thks~~

Have a great day

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Re: HP 4145B Semiconductor Parameter Analyzer

Post by emulatethis » Mon Apr 17, 2017 10:04 pm

Hi all,

Thanks you very much for the work you have done here.

I recently ran into the same issue with the HP4145B. I've tried following all the steps in this thread, I have also gotten the board posted in this thread fabricated. However, I cannot get the HP4145B to boot. I first get the error M21 followed by error M19.

Is there a specific dip switch setting that needs to be done on the slim floppy emulator?

Also, the floppy drive inside this HP4145B was a Sony MP-F52W-20 (instead of -30). I am not sure if this changes anything.


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