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I was following the steps described in the Stellaris 1 day class, but ran into this error. Any ideas?
5504.LM Flash Programmer Doesnt Flash.docx
I am running under Windows XP, am using LM Flash Programmer Build 1154. I have previously (somewhat) successfully used this tool to flash a Stellaris over the eternet, but not using USB. I am using CCS v5, but had this closed at the time (as instructed). The board seems fine: appliation runs, red debug LED is illuminated. Green power LED is on. Green Status LED pulses on/off. Any help would be most appreciated. Thanks.
Check the configuration tab at your LM Flash Programmer, if you have selected your LM3S8962 Evaluation Board at the "Quick Set" box. Also ensure that your connecting cables are properly attached.
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In reply to Markel Robregado:
Yes, sometimes what seems like the biggest problem has the most obvious and simple answer, but unfortunately, this is not the case here me thinks. Attached is a ms word document with the screenshots showing the device selected (the quick set) and the program tab. The USB cable is plugged in and is the only connection I believe required. Thanks for trying, though.
7357.LM Programmer Screenshots for 8962 problem.docx
In reply to Michael Lindemann:
Maybe your software is old (the current LMFlash programmer is build 1381). You can download the latest CD at: http://www.ti.com/mcu/docs/mcuorphantoolsw.tsp?sectionId=632&orphantabId=8
Reinstall the FTDI drivers and the StellarisWare software and see if you have better results.
Please let me know if you continue to have problems.
In reply to Sue Cozart:
Thanks for your suggestion. Although the version I am using is not the latest, it is newer than the one used in the class notes. My initial thoughts were to try to "down" grade to that version, so we seem to think along the same line, but in opposite directions.
I have discovered one cause and effect to this problem, however. Following the ReadMe First directions the 10-way ribbon cable was connected to the LM3s2110 CAN Device Board. This seems to be the culprit as to why both the LM Programmer and the CCSv5 debuger failed. With this cable removed I am now able to operate both applications successfully. When I can get back to this project I will want to use this as passthru debugger to another Stellaris device (cable connected), so stay tuned for many more fun filled adventures.
Thanks for the update. I should have thought of that. I'm glad you are moving forward.
I also recommend that you upgrade your StellarisWare - we continually fix bugs and you may encounter issues down the road that could be avoided by upgrading.
Keep me posted on your progress.
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