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ARM Cortex / Re: Cain't program LPC1857
« on: October 22, 2014, 06:25:28 am »
Thanks Andy.

I should have known that, since the code I wrote for this project is able to reflash itself through the binary protocol it communicates with.

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ARM Cortex / Re: Cain't program LPC1857
« on: October 21, 2014, 12:38:48 pm »
Here's the debug file and hex file with the frequency set to zero.

The hex file may be slightly different, since it's been recompiled, and includes the time of compile, etc.

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ARM Cortex / Re: Cain't program LPC1857
« on: October 21, 2014, 07:18:32 am »
My understanding is that when ISP mode is entered, that the internal osc (IRC = 12 mHz) and PLL generate a 96 mHz clock, which is the setting for the files attached in the previous post. I've also tried 12 mHz.

Unfortunately, I've got a doctors appointment in a few minutes, and will be out of the office for a couple of hours, but will be willing to try anything when I get back.

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ARM Cortex / Re: Cain't program LPC1857
« on: October 21, 2014, 06:41:54 am »
The "more info" window shows the correct flash range of 0x0 to 0x1F9F7. I had to split the hex file and zip the sections in order to attach.

Thanks for the help.

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ARM Cortex / Cain't program LPC1857
« on: October 20, 2014, 02:49:40 pm »
I'm set up to program a hex file to bank 0, checked "Erase all Flash", "Verify after programming" and "Activate Flash Bank". It seems to program suspiciously fast, but I get no verify errors. However, when I go to ISP/Display Memory, everything is blank except the word at 0x1C (vector table). If I go to ISP/Verify, it passes.

If I check "Erase blocks used..." it gives me the error ".... nothing to erase".

If I program memory with my emulator, then view it with Flash Magic (ISP/Display Memory), it looks fine, and Flash Magic will even verify the hex file (ISP/Verify).

Also, if I use a utility to create and view my hex file, everything is normal. All lines of the hex file appear to be in order by address, as well.

I could swear that I was able to program the same board a few weeks ago, with no problem. I may have had an earlier version of Flash Magic, but I'm not sure.

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