I'm attempting to program a MSP430G2230 with a MSP-GANG programmer.
I know my target board is find as I can program and debug the generated .out file with my MSP-FET430UIF.
I used the command line utility: "hex430.exe -i prog.out -order MS -rowwidth 16 -o prog.hex " to generate my .hex file.
I'm receiving an error Error 23: MCI device init, and I have no idea what this means or how to work around it.
Just an idea: the power supply section limits the target current to 30mA. Maybe your target board draws more. THen the MSP is undersupplied and won't react to the programmer.IIRC, the standalone FET provides up to 100mA by default.
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Not a bad idea, but the only active component I have it plugged into a MSP430G2230.
It's a very simple target board.
In the screenshot, I see that as Interface option 'JTAG' is selected but inactive, while SBW is not active even though it is th eonly option.
Maybe the GANG didn't auto-switch over from JTAG to SBW even though it knows that only SBW is working for this device (as one can see on the fact that the JTAG options is grayed out).
Thanks, I'm not sure how I missed it.
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