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6713DSK it is not configured correctly in CCS 4, what do you recommend?
I'm using the 6713DSK, the version is ASSY 506730 Rev C made for Spectrum Digital. Two Month ago I started to use Code Composer Studio Version: 4.2.4.00033.
In the support page from Spectrum Digital I followed the instructions to configure the 6713DSK (http://support.spectrumdigital.com/ccs40/). But at the moment to debug my project or click to Launch Selected Configuration is there a error with the next legend "Error Initializing Emulator" and i can`t work in my projects.
I think that is for a error in the software installation, using the tools for CCS 2.21 the 6713DSK is running with out problem.
Here are some screenshots
This are for the Driver
This is for the installation instruccions by Spectrum Digital in CCS v4
By the way i attended a DSP workshop in April and we used a OMAP device and worked correctly with the same laptop and the same version of CCS v4.
Any suggestion is welcome.
Regards, Miguel Angel
Instructor at UPIBI IPN
It seems that the board is being recognized by Windows but the device driver is not being initializing properly. In this case, I usually start by using the utility SDConfig to check the connectivity at its lowest level (JTAG level), then if it does not work I connect the board to a different USB port, then I try a different PC, etc.
An overall strategy for debugging is outlined in the page below - pay special attention to a link to one of the troubleshooting guides from Spectrum Digital.
Hope this helps,
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