Re: FDT failure on notebook pc!
Posted by Nic Lowe on August 21, 2008, 6:15:38, in reply to "Re: FDT failure on notebook pc!"
Ive always had trouble with USB comm port afdaptors - it may be the issue in this case. Try using a PC with a comm port instead of a USB->Comm port converter. I spent hours discovering that the USB converter was the issue.... |
: --Previous Message--
: May be stating the obvious but you
: are connecting the serial port from
: the PC into the correct SCI port on
: the EVB. For the EVB2623 this is
: From the log file you have
: FDT to use the UPB (universal
: programming board) interface. This
: is the small board in the corner of
: the EVB. The log file would
: that FDT is unable to communicate
: with this board. So, it might be
: worth checking that the jumpers on
: this board are set correctly, i.e.
: not in bypass mode.
: Also, the serial cable connecting
: PC to the EVB should be the straight
: type and not twisted (NULL modem).
: Yes, I've checked the jumpers
: several times, and also tried with
: the jumpers in other positions. The
: serial cable is a straight one, and
: it works great when I used it in the
: UART port for connecting to the
: I noticed that when using Protocol A
: I wasn't allowed to set the expected
: frequency of the EVB, so I tried
: changing to Protocol B. Then it
: seemed like I got a little further
: in the downloading process, but only
: so far as to clearing the flash (the
: monitor doesn't seem to be there
: anymore, no 'Linkup' on the UART
: port)... So now I have a clean
: flash, but can't program it... :/