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This is a clean install of CCSv6.1 on windows 7 x86, I'm trying to load one of the examples provided and I get the error "CreateProcess error=267, The directory name is invalid"
In the image below you can see this, I've also browsed to the directory involved and you can clearly see the address is correct and the file is present.
I'd like to have a working example of code on the MSP430F5529 so that I can focus on the specifics of my project.
This is a known issue (incompatibility between MSPWare 2.30.00 and CCS 6.1.1). Please see this related thread:https://e2e.ti.com/support/microcontrollers/msp430/f/166/t/455101
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