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Tool/software: Code Composer Studio
When I follow the guide CC3200 SimpleLink Wi-Fi and IoT Solution With MCU LaunchPad Getting Started Guide, I get to the step where I do the first debug and get the following error, cannot connect to target and
Cortex_M4_0: Error connecting to the target. I provided info below. If there is anymore information I can provide please let me know specifically would help.
-i'm running windows 10
-cc3200 launchpad xl
-service pack as seen below
Please, install CCS 8.3 which is the latest. When installing CCS, you need to select and install a debug probe support valid for your LaunchPad.
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In reply to Tomasz Kocon:
How would I go about installing a debug probe support valid for Launchpad, would it be in the app center or the install software tab? Also. do I need to install rtos in the app center as in the user guide, becuase i'm not seeing it pop up in the app center?
"When installing CCS, you need to select and install a debug probe support valid for your LaunchPad"
In reply to Kris Weber:
In case of CC32xx LPs you need to have support for TI XDS debug probes.
During an installation of CCS8.x you should see screen like below:
Please, ensure that a needed debug probe would be installed.
Kris WeberAlso. do I need to install rtos in the app center as in the user guide, becuase i'm not seeing it pop up in the app center?
Products, like TI-RTOS, you can install using View -> Resource Explorer.
In reference to the menu for selecting the Debug Probe, the following menu opens with the following options, does this look correct?
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