Recently i have bought DRV C2 8412 kit, while connecting the h/w with XDS100 JTAG, i am facing so many problems.
1. C28xx: Error connecting to the target: (Error -1135 @ 0x0) The emulator reported an error. Confirm emulator configuration and connections, reset the emulator, and retry the operation. (Emulation package 5.0.663.0)
When i run DBJTAG, i got following error :
The JTAG IR and DR scan-paths cannot circulate bits, they may be broken.An attempt to scan the JTAG scan-path has failed.The target's JTAG scan-path appears to be brokenwith a stuck-at-ones or stuck-at-zero fault.
Atlast i got following error:
If the dbgjtag utility is returning an error then the problem is at a lower JTAG level than CCS and could be a hardware problem. Please see this related thread with a similar issue which has some good troubleshooting suggestions.
I also see that you posted the same question to the C2000 device forum. Since the issue does not seem to be at the CCS level, that is a good forum to get other troubleshooting tips, hopefully from other users who have had experience with that kit.
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