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PSoC 5, 3 & 1 MCU

dahec_263886
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Hi

I have been using PSoC Creator 4.2 to program several CY8CKit 059 boards. I jusr received some new (hopefully idential) boards. When I try to program it in the same way, the Select Debug Target dialog pops up but it shows the KitProg and a sub item called ARM Debug Port (which the previous units did not show). When I hit Port Acquire, it finds the ARM Debug port and reports that it cannot program it.

As far as I can see, the boards are the same (both REV006)

How can I program my new boards?

Dave

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LinglingG_46
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Try to use the programmer to download your hex to the device.

Where do you get these kits?

Could you add your config figure in the programmer screen shot here.

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LinglingG_46
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Try to use the programmer to download your hex to the device.

Where do you get these kits?

Could you add your config figure in the programmer screen shot here.

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dahec_263886
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I bought both the previous set and the new set from DigiKey (same part numbers).

I used PSoC Creator to build and load the apps previously. Why can't I do it now?

I have  installed PSoC Programmer. I don't know how to use it but I think I just made it work.

I now I seem to be able to build and download code from PSoC Creator.

What changed?

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LinglingG_46
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What do you change to make it work?

Use the programmer Utilities, you can update the kitProg. I only want you to have a try, maybe it can solve your problems.

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