This error usually means you have configured the CCFG to prevent a mass erase. What did you set in your CCFG?
Can you try using the "CC26xx/CC13xx Force Mass Erase" option in the Flash Programmer?
Part Number: TMS320F28062 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: C2000WARE , LAUNCHXL-F28069M Hi All.
I hope it will be useful to other users of c2000 as well. :)
We have build serial_flash_programmer under Linux.
Works in Win32, x64, Linux - PC, Raspberry Pi…
Jim Tompkins said: Can you give me an example #pragma statement?
Here's a quick example. I placed the following code on the top of simple_peripheral.c:
#define APP_SERIAL_ADDRESS (0x0001F000)
Clément Letonnelier said: Vivek Singh , the boot mode is set with 0201 resistor and are not the default ones as on both boards the OTP was programmed and some SW loaded at least once.
I am a bit confused now. Earlier you mentioned that it's fresh device…
Part Number: TMS320F280025 Dear Champs,
I am asking this for our customer.
They used F280025 control card and our SCI boot kernel example and the serial flash programmer from PC host, but they got this error message below.
The command they used is also…
If the docking station has an emulator, can the customer connect the board to the docking station and use CCS to connect to the target? If so, then the On-chip flash programmer can be used.
This is not a flash programmer issue. You are not able to load code to RAM as well and RAM is reading back all 0s.
It can be couple of things:
1) Device may be power starving. This might be the case since TI-OTP content is not correct…
Part Number: DLPC350 I got the side by side error when launching the jtag flash programmer (v. 1.0 win 2004 04 01).
I tried on two different machines with the same error. I also tried installing the MS C++ runtimes for 2010 and 2013.
Any other advice here…
Part Number: FLASH-PROGRAMMER Other Parts Discussed in Thread: CC1310 , , UNIFLASH Hey guys,
we are using FP2 CLI script for flashing our boards, which works quite good. However, sometimes the flash process is aborted and we receive the message: