I've built my c6474 project, and have been trying to debug it, when error was occured.
Error connecting to the target:(Error -600 @ 0x0)A required dynamic library could not be located.The library isn't on the search path.(Emulation package 5.0.569.0)
What's wrong ?
this is listing of my only file .asm
;(((A&(B|C))xor D)/16)mod 8) .ref _c_int00_c_int00: .text MVK.S1 86,A0 MVK.S1 25,A1 MVK.S1 56,A2 MVK.S1 320,A3 OR.L1 A1,A2,A1 AND.S1 A0,A1,A1 XOR.L1 A1,A3,A1 SHR.S1 A1,4,A1 AND.L1 A1,8-1,A1
I have seen this problem before. The emulation driver is failing to load a dependent dll. It happens on some of the old 5.0 builds and some of the 5.1 betas. If you download CCSv5.1 you should not have this issue.
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I have proper version.
Which version do you have?
5.1.1.00031 win 32
Well that is the latest.
Try going to your target configuration (ccxml) file. There should be a button on the right that says "Test Configuration". We are hoping that it might produce a better dialog that says what dll cannot be found.
"The program can't start because FTD2XX.dll is missing from your computer.Try reinstalling the program to fix this problem." is the message. I don't desire to reinstall the program. Is there other way to fix it?
That file is part of the FTDI drivers that are needed for the XDS100. In your installation folder is there a folder \ccsv5\ccs_base\emulation\windows\xds100_drivers\ftdi\i386
The FTDI2XX.dll file should be inside that. If the file is there I believe we should be able to manually install them. I will get the instructions for that.
To manually install the drivers go one level up (\ccsv5\ccs_base\emulation\windows\xds100_drivers\ftdi) then right click on each of the 2 inf files (ftdibus.inf and ftdiport.ini) and select install.
I hope this thread is not too dead to resurrect for a moment...
I am having the same issue with the dynamic library not being found. I went into ...emulation/windows/xds100_drivers/ftdi and installed the DPInst64.exe (my .inf files are not setup for installation apparently) and was unable to resolve the error that way.
I have CCS version 5.2.1.00018. Compiler 6.1.0. Emulation package 5.0.747.0 (from the error dialogue)
This is the error I get in full text:
"C28xx: Error connecting to the target: (Error -600 @ 0x0) A required dynamic library could not be located. The library isn't on the search path. (Emulation package 5.0.747.0) "
Thank you for your help
Me too got the same error as :
Error connecting to the target: (Error -600 @ 0x0) A required dynamic library could not be located. The library isn't on the search path. (Emulation package 5.0.747.0)
not sure if you're using the xds100 or not, but my problem was that it was not programmed correctly. I found the MProg 3.5 and was able to program the ftdi chip and then it works. also, make sure your MCU has appropriate power as that could also give this error.
When I using Texas Instruments Simulator for the program it doesn't given any error and works fine. But When I try to use XDS100v1 its giving me this dynamic linking error. Any Ideas ??
I am using this tool for the first time.
It is best to start a new thread for this
I have a similar problem using CCS Version: 5.2.1.00018 when trying to connect to the BlackHawk XDS560v2 emulator on the TMDSEVM6678LE.
Always get the same error message
Error initializing emulator:
(Error -2083 @ 0x0)
Unable to communicate with the emulator. Confirm emulator configuration and connections, reset the emulator, and retry the operation.(Emulation package 5.0.747.0)
The windows device manager says there is no driver installed and there doesn't appear to be a driver provided with the CCS installation. The BlackHawk website says the driver will be installed with CCS.
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