The marking on MCU is: LM3S9B2 IQC0B1XA $A-05P090H,
I just successfully downloaded the example code through the "Ethernet" for less than 5 times.
OK, thanks. One more test. Unplug the 811 board from the IDM-SBC and see if you can use LMFlash to download an 811 bin file to the 811 board.
I did, it works fine.
OK then, Alex, you either have a problem with the MDL-ADA2 or it's ribbon cables or the flash on your IDM-SBC may have been corrupted. Earlier versions of the LM3S9B92 were subject to Flash corruption and this may have happened to your board. I believe you can return it for a refund or exchange. I'm sorry for the inconvenience.
I get the my board replaced. But it still can not down load the firmware through EKS-LM3S811.
Is there something wrong?
In last post, I tell you the EK-LM3S811 works fine. What I mean is that I can download firmware to the EK-LM3S811.
But after I successfully download "hello" application, the dispaly can not show hello when I restart the EK-LM3S 811.
Is it right?
This is not right. Are you downloading the 811 version of the hello example? From C:\StellarisWare\boards\ek-lm3s811\hello?
I download from: C:\StellarisWare\boards\ek-lm3s811\hello\gcc\hello.bin.
Do you have the "Erase Entire Flash", "Verify After Program", and "Reset MCU After Program" boxes checked?
I choose "Erase Necessary Pages", "Verify After Program" and "Reset MCU After Program"
When using the ADA2-A we had to cut pin 10 of the 10 pin cable to get it to work with the LM3S811 eval kit. I don't know why but it works.
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