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I am using TIVA Launchpad TM4C123GXL. While working in Win 7 I have not find any problem with my launchpad. But Now I have installed CCS V5 in Win XP 2 and also tivaware in my PC.
I have wrote a program for blinking LEDs in the Launchpad built without error. But while writing to Flash an error is coming, "error connecting to the target : Frequency is out of range " in a popup window with heading "Stellaris In Circuit Debug Interface/CORTEX_M4_0"
Please guide me to get out of this problem
Check your "Device Manager" for the drivers to be installed properly or not. If you observe a yellow alert signal in front of the Launchpad driver then there is some issue while loading the drivers.
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In reply to Gautam Iyer:
If it does turn out to be a driver installation issue as pointed out by Gautam, you can refer to this post for more information on reinstalling the drivers.
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In reply to AartiG:
I am using TIVA Launchpad TM4C123Gh6pm.
I have wrote a program for blinking LEDs in the Launchpad built without error. But while writing to Flash an error is coming, "error connecting to the target : Frequency is out of range " in a popup window with heading "Stellaris In Circuit Debug Interface/CORTEX_M4_0".
in my pc device manager no drivers installed. i dnt know how to install that one. after connecting board there is no option came for driver installation. like stellaris-in-circuit debug intefface and icdi dfu device.
In reply to thiva sudha:
When you insert you kit, check for emulator version in device manager as follows:
Have you made your launchpad work before to any example programs? There should be a readme first file for this launchpad that will guide you to run the pre-loaded example program.
thiva sudhain my pc device manager no drivers installed.
Connect your Tiva launchpad to your PC and post a picture of you Device Manager here. If you have not installed the Stellaris ICDI drivers, download from the TI website and install the drivers.
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