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Loading Project results in " CreateProcess error=267" (New user here)

Just installed Code Composer Studio Version: 6.1.1.00022 on Window 7 64 bit systems.

When trying to load any example project using TI Resource Explorer I get

 CreateProcess error=267 directroy name is invalid.

 

No old versions have been installed first time for CCS on system.  Tried another computer with same results?

 

 

 

 

  • Guru 147920 points

    I see the same error with my installation of CCS 6.1.1 and MSPWare version 2.30.00.49. I will move this to the MSP430 forum for the MSPWare experts to take a look.

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  • I ran into the same error yesterday. It's been reported.

    I found two workarounds:

    1. It works fine when using TI Resource Explorer Cloud. Open up the online version from Creating the project from there will open it up in CCS Cloud. You can work from there or, if you prefer, download the project to your computer, unzip the downloaded file, then import it into CCS Desktop.
         
    2. The script that's failing just builds a simple CCS project and adds the specified C file to it. I was able to manually create a project in CCS for my device (e.g. 'FR6989) and pull the example code into it.
      1. Create a new project in CCS:  Project->New CCS Project...
      2. For my new project, I chose to use the template:  "Empty Project (with main.c)"
      3. In TI Resource Explorer, instead of the "One Click Projects" tab (at the top of the Register C examples page), I switched to "View C Files". Clicking on the example you're interested in will open the source file.
      4. Copy all the code from the C example.
      5. Open the "main.c" file in the project you just created and replace everything in the file with the code copied from the C Register example.
      6. Build and run the project.

    Hope this helps,
    Scott

  • Charles,

    Seems to be an incompatibility between MSPWare 2.30.00 and CCS 6.1.1. If you don't need any of the features of CCS 6.1.1 you can install CCS 6.1.0 until we have worked out the fix.

    Thanks for the bug report,
    Zack

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  • In reply to Zack L.:

    I'm facing the same issue. Can CCS 6.1.1 and CCS 6.1.0 coexist? (i.e. does installing one wipe the other?)
    -Edgar
  • Guru 147920 points

    In reply to Raged:

    Raged
    Can CCS 6.1.1 and CCS 6.1.0 coexist? (i.e. does installing one wipe the other?)

    Yes they can co-exist as long as they are installed to different folders.

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  • In reply to AartiG:

    AartiG

    Raged
    Can CCS 6.1.1 and CCS 6.1.0 coexist? (i.e. does installing one wipe the other?)

    Yes they can co-exist as long as they are installed to different folders.

    Thank you!

  • In reply to Zack L.:

    Are you sure that the problem is in CSS v6.1.1...?

    I have the same problem but have the impression that this was created after upgrading MSPWare.

    The older version of ‘MSP430ware’ can I use without problems with v6.1.1....

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