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Part Number: DLPNIRNANOEVM
I made an error in the code and I generate a bad firmware for my NIRSCAN Nano. I upload that firmware and now my NIRSCAN Nano is nor more recognized by my PC and it is not possible to restore the firmware via NIRSCAN Nano GUI application.
I saw in the documentation that it was possible to switch on the NIRScan Nano in BOOTLOADER mode... but it is not working. I am pressing SCAN button while i power the NIRSCAN Nano and nothing different happens.
Thank you in advance.
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In reply to Vivek Thakur:
Hello Vivek. Thank you so much for your interest.
In the main method of the APP I commented the "BIOS_start()" call. I only wanted to know if it has any effect (i could verify that yes....).
But now the NANO EVM is dead and is not more being recognized by my PC.
I need a method to re-install the "good" firmware.
In reply to David Moran1:
You will need to XDS JTAG debug prove to program the processor with right code.
The two compatible are XDS110 and XDS200:
Here is a general overview page talking about CCS and debuggers:
The JTAG connector is in the bottom of the EVM.
All the best. Hope this helps.
Vivek, thank you so much.
I just ordered the XDS200. When I use it and solve the problem (hopefully) I will write in order we can close the topic.
Thank you again.
Thank you and all the best. You can always repose on this thread if you need further help , it will reopen.
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