Part Number: UCD3138A64OEVM-662
Tool/software: Code Composer Studio
We are using UCD3138A64 along with the XDS100V2 debug probe.
As suggested in the earlier thread,
When we load the .x0 file while the box is checked, we get the following output
When we load the .out file , we get the following output.
The console displays "Device ID Validation option not selected."
The above two outputs are not similar to the one's shown in the TI UCD3138 training video series.
Also, the USB to GPIO probe is not used instead we have powered the board externally and we are using XDS100V2 JTAG to program the board.
So is that JTAG sufficient for all the necessary operations we will be performing?
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In reply to Ian Bower:
Thank you for your previous answer.
We are not yet clear on how to proceed with the .x0 file and the .out file too. Because since the video exists for .out we have no way to know what further steps need to be taken for the .x0 file too.
We have to at least run a blinky code on the UCD3138A64 board and our final aim is to use it for functioning but the resources available are very technical for us since we are final year graduation students. Could you at least help us with the exact steps we need to take for the blinky code to run.
In reply to Shoeb ahmed:
In reply to Cormac Harrington:
We are using CCSV8.
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