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I need some help in resurrecting some legacy program, that uses 2812 on Windows XP as we cannot migrate to new version for field reasons.
My problem is when I am trying to set up CCS with XDS 510 USB emulator, I am failing to connect to the target, when I say Debug-> Connect
The following is the error I get
Error connecting to the target:Error 0x80000240/-113Fatal Error during: Initialization, OCS, This error was generated by TI's USCIF driver.
SC_ERR_CTL_HUNG <-113>The controller's not-ready signal is taking too long.This often implies one of the following errors:1. The cable is disconnected near the controller.2. The cable is disconnected near the target.3. The JTAG clock has halted.4. The target power has failed.5. The controller is in an invalid state and should be reset.
Sequence ID: 0Error Code: -113Error Class: 0x80000240I/O Port = 240
Board Name: F2812 XDS510 EmulatorCpu Name: CPU_1
Abort: Close Code Composer Studio.Retry: Try to connect to the target again.Cancel: Remain disconnected from the targetDiagnostic: Run diagnostic utility.
Any thoughts?? I am using CCs 3.3. When I use SD Config V3.3
What was the output of the SDConfigEx utility?
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In reply to Ki:
THis is the output of SDConfigEx utility.
* Checking for available printer ports
** Checking for available USB ports
$$ XDS510USB connected on: $$ EmuPortAddr=0x510 $$ EmuSerialNumber=S215500672012522
** Using emulation application from directory c:\ccstudio_v3.3pla\drivers** Checking for a valid emulator/eZdsp
$$ You are connected to: $$ EmuProductName=XDS510USB $$ EmuPortAddr=0x510 $$ EmuPortMode=USB $$ ProductId=510 $$ ProductVersion=84
** Checking emulator/eZdsp scan connection
** Emulator Test **
** Emulator Scan Test
-- Found JTAG IR length of 38
-- Found 1 JTAG device(s) in the scan chain
Another issue I see is when I am trying to setup the Connection properties on the Code Composer Studio Setup, in the Connection Properties Tab -> Emulator I/O Port the value is currently at "XDS510 is at port 0x240.
However in the SCConfigEx
XDS510USB->Emu->Emulator POrt address is 0x510 by default and this cannot be changed.
What am I missing?
In reply to Raj Varada1:
Raj Varada1Another issue I see is when I am trying to setup the Connection properties on the Code Composer Studio Setup, in the Connection Properties Tab -> Emulator I/O Port the value is currently at "XDS510 is at port 0x240.
The setup you are using in CCS is for the TI XDS510 ISA emulator. You need to use the one for the XDS510 USB emulator.
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