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LPC2xxx / Re: FlashMagic from Dell Core Duo Laptop
« on: October 23, 2007, 11:35:59 am »
We dont have the DTR or RTS hooked up.

I put the unit into the boot block by pressing a button.  After I do that, I run the command I showed you.

Or, IF I am in hyperterm, I launch hyperterm, press the button to go into the bootblock then type ? and it says synchronized

Thanks for the quick responses.

Shawn

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LPC2xxx / Re: FlashMagic from Dell Core Duo Laptop
« on: October 23, 2007, 10:23:42 am »
That was very helpfull.

I sent a ? and it said syncronized.  Yet, I still can not program via flash magic.

I ran the following command line:
QUIET(FMOutput.txt)
COM(1, 9600)
DEBUG
DEVICE(LPC2378, 12.000000)
ERASEUSED(NewHex.hex, PROTECTISP)
HEXFILE(NewHex.hex, NOCHECKSUMS,NOFILL,PROTECTISP)
VERIFY(NewHex.hex, NOCHECKSUMS)

I have attached the fmd file generated.
Here is the contents of the FMOutput.txt:  Connection failed: invalid command

Any help is greatly appreciated.

Shawn

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LPC2xxx / Re: FlashMagic from Dell Core Duo Laptop
« on: October 23, 2007, 08:49:48 am »
I am having a similar problem with a LPC2378, it always reports failed to autobaud.  I know the port is communicating with the device because if I program with JTAG I can interact with my applicaion via HyperTerm.

The serial port is a hard port on a laptop.

How do you "autobaud" using hyperterm or terraterm?

Shawn

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