I have a MSP430 USB-FET emulator. It worked OK yesterday, but this morning, when I connect it to my PC, it show me that a TUSB3410 BOOT device founded. It also show me TUSB3410 BOOT device in the Device Manager(My PC OS is WIN7 X64). IAR cann't find the VCP Port and cann't connect to the Emulator. I had re-installed the IAR V5.30 but it was useless. Can anybody tell me how to resolve this problem? Thanks and Best regards...
it looks like somehow that TUSB chip on the FET cannot read its firmware from the attached I2C memory. So it reports its default configuration.
With specific software (the "firmware downdater"?) you can reinstall the firmware in the I2C, as the TUSB has still basic funcitonality - just not all features, and it is not detected by MSP430LIB.
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Hi, thank you for your reply. Would you please share me some info that what firmware downloader I could use? I had download the sllc259a.zip from TI web. But I don't know which firmware I should use(VCP-3410-FW_Download-EEPROM_not_serialized.bin,VCP-3410-FW_Download-EEPROM_serialized.bin,VCP-3410-FW_in_EEPROM.bin). I also could download it to the emulator (It always say that: "Choose a TI TUSB device to program the EEPROM") by "TUSB3410 EEPROM Burner Application" .
Unfortunately I didn't ever use it myself. But there are soem threads that talk about it. Try some search keywords such as TUSB + EEPROM or firmware downdater or so.
The firmware needed for the TUSB on a FET is not a normal TUSB firmware, but a FET specific one.
OK, thank you very much!
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