Other Parts Discussed in Thread: MSP-FET
Tool/software: Code Composer Studio
Hello everyone, and thanks in advance for all the support you provide on the forum.
I ran into a problem while programming with the MSP-FET430UIF on my CCS 5.
I started programming a couple months ago, and I could easily run the program and load it into my target microcontroller, the MSP430G2210.
However, when I open the same project on another PC and try to upload it on other units (still G2210s) I keep on getting errors.
The first problem I encounter is when I try to debug and the compiler tells me that the code contains a lot of errors (that were not present in the project on the other PC).
The second error message I get is "Error connecting to the target: Unknown device".
I tried looking for the solution online, and checked multiple times my Spy-bi-wire connection, making sure that I connected the right pins on the micro to the right pins on the MSP-FET and that I added the resistor and capacitors listed in the circuit on the guide to the JTAG connections.
While looking on this forum for some pieces of advice, I found out about the "target configuration" testing, and I tried it. As in the other cases, the compiler gives me a ton of errors, saying there's an overlap of memory.
I tried also going back to the old PC, but the same situation applies.
Is there a way I can solve my problems? I tried also reinstalling CCS, MSP430Ware, drivers and libraries, but nothing changed.
Thank you very much, really appreciate your help.