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Part Number: DRV2605LEVM-CT
Tool/software: Code Composer Studio
Hello people,I'm a 3rd year electrical engineer student at Netherlands. I'm doing an internship and my assignment is to develop haptic feedback module.
I have here the dev kit DRV2605LEVM-CT. I'm not very experienced with programming but I understand it.
What I did is I downloaded the sample code from ti.com for DRV2605LEVM-CT.
I didn't edit anything except main.c file. I simply hashed all the button functions and tried to make simple actuator running through DRV2605l. I used the adafruit board that already has pull up resistors at it.
It was working really nice, I could select which waveform I want, I made a nice loop and tried to move further with my project.
But suddenly one day I log into code composer studio (v 6.2) and firstly it says there's error with my workspace and it can't find it. After maybe 5 tries it finally started. And when I run the code my actuator didn't vibrate,
every time I pause the code it shows me this fragment :
I'm already spending my second day at office trying to work this out ... Since I have no idea why it happens, it was working and I did try a lot of actuators in a time span of 1 week. No problems at all and my code was working. Suddenly it doesn't. And the thing is that no matter how I edit the code, it will show that it's stuck at this point. Even if I load the unedited firmware code and run it, it will show the same .... So I have no idea what can I do. Every help highly appreciated. Thank you
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In reply to Marko Grdakovic:
what i can think of is to do some cross check.
the reason may be one of the following:
In reply to Peter Li79:
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