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Hi experts, I use Linux host from 1994 and use TI products (DSP) from a couple of years, then I am not a newbie.Two years ago I have bricked an XDS2xx Rev B used on a evaluation board C6657, today I have brickeda second XDS2xx Rev C board used on EVMK2H, nothing is changed in this two years about that.I suppose that the linux procedure to update that development tool is a "bit" wrong, I have found the warningafter done the update attempt.1) Exist a procedure to repair the FW on that tool using (for example) a XDS100v3 board or other jtag emulator?2) Why you don't insert an WARNING printout in cs_base/common/uscif/xds2xx/ReadMe.txt to avoid this behaviour?3) Exists an HW compatibility list with DSP/CPU/eval <-> JTAG emulator <-> CCS version? (to be used for choice the compatible JTAG debugger)4) With a special adapter (if exists) is usable the XDS100V3 version on TMS320C66AK2H14 (and now for TCI6636K2H mounted on EVMK2H evaluation board)?Thank you for your answers.I am sorry for my bad English.Dario
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