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RTOS/SENSOR-CONTROLLER-STUDIO: Getting fatal error while executing the SCS.

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Part Number: SENSOR-CONTROLLER-STUDIO

Tool/software: TI-RTOS

Hi,

Actually i was try to run the sensor controller studio but getting given below error on startup:

Can anyone help me to resolve this issue.

  • I am using window 10 64bit with 4GB RAM.
  • Hi Himanshu,

    Can you install Sensor Controller Studio in the recommended directory? (C:/ti/)

    Cheers,
    Marie H.

  • In reply to Marie H:

    i tried but still same error
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    In reply to Himanshu Gupta25:

    Do you have admin rights on your PC/ do you have write rights for the directories you get an error message on?

     

  • In reply to TER:

    Yes i verified also for reference you can check pic below:

  • In reply to Himanshu Gupta25:

    Hi Himanshu,

    Can you try relocating the user directories? Add the following settings in the Windows registry:

    Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

    [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Texas Instruments\Sensor Controller Studio\Preferences]
    "DirUserExamples"="C:/ti/scs_user_dir/examples"
    "DirUserProjects"="C:/ti/scs_user_dir/projects"
    "DirUserBoardDefs"="C:/ti/scs_user_dir/board_defs"
    "DirUserResourceDefs"="C:/ti/scs_user_dir/resource_defs"
    "DirUserProcDefs"="C:/ti/scs_user_dir/proc_defs"
    "DirUserOsalDefs"="C:/ti/scs_user_dir/osal_defs"
    "DirUserLogs"="C:/ti/scs_user_dir/logs"

    You can do this easily by saving the attached file as "scs_relocate_user_dirs.reg" (that is, without ".txt"), and then double-click on it in Windows Explorer.

    Cheers,
    Marie H.

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