I designed a board based on LM3S8962 Evaluation Board schematic. Then I used Evaluation Board & LM Flash Programmer software to program flash code into my board via JTAG pins. However, It works very bad. The software reaches to 50% or lower then occur message box "Error" and can not continue program. Who would suggest me any guide to solve this problem? Thank so much.
Hello Tung Dang Anh,
You may want to review the Design Guidelines document if you have not already (http://www.ti.com/lit/an/spma036/spma036.pdf).
You should also verify that you have the latest version of the LM Flash programmer (currently v1381).
Does the error message report anything beyond just the word "error"? Have you tried to connect to your board via JTAG debugger?
Thank Stellaris Mitch,
I am using the LM Flash programmer v1381. I did not try program from another JTAG debugger.
The error message is "programing error 0x1" or "programming error 0x4" . Does this message have any meaning?
Hi Tung Dang Anh,
It might be worth trying to attach with a debugger and see if you can access the MCU registers, etc. That would help to show if the problem is limited to flash access or is more fundamental.
RE: programming errors
Those are both equivalent error messages. It is failing on the flash programming sequence.
RE: 8962 board
Did you utilize the same reference crystal (8MHz) as the EK-8962 board? How do you have the LMFlash setup on the Configuration tab (quickset, clock source)?
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