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Good morning, just 2 days ago I recieved an MSP launchpad directly from the TI store. I downloaded Energia, successfully installed the drivers, when I connect the board to my computer (Windows 7) the demo starts normally, but if I try to upload it doesn't work, error "No unused FET found".. Suggestions? I didn't installed the crystal but it is not needed, right? I double-checked the jumpers and everything seems to be ok, it has the same problem even if I chance MCU
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In reply to Jens-Michael Gross:
Thanks a lot, I tried on another computer and it works perfectly
HI LUCA PEZZOLLA.
first try to uninstall energia and reinstall directly in C:/.this worked for me.
In reply to daniel camarena esqueda:
I have run into this problem in linux if I just use nemo or nautilus and double click on "energia" on the other hand if I open a terminal and type "sudo ./energia" and hit return, enter my password, the interface comes up and allows me to program the board.
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