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PSoC Creator & Designer Software

Anonymous
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I have been working with BLE Pioneer Kit and PRoC module.

   

I have a low power project that has been working for a while.  I ran debug mode a few times successfully in the beginning of its development.

   

Then my debugging methods shifted to battery mode with my oscilloscope so many changes have been made since it was debugged over USB.

   

Now I get the error # mentioned in Subject, which comes up just as the first line in main loop is highlighted yellow and the debug mode disappears and error appears.

   

Attached is image at that point.

   

Any ideas?

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rola_264706
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How are you debugging the device the message says that you have lost connection to your PSOC board.  I would check the device manage for your device is is listed? Try uninstalling the device and reinstalling it in Windows.

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Anonymous
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And yes SWD is still active.

   

NEW CLUE: can't debug other example projects either

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rola_264706
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How are you debugging the device the message says that you have lost connection to your PSOC board.  I would check the device manage for your device is is listed? Try uninstalling the device and reinstalling it in Windows.

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Anonymous
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I have been always been able to program my PRoC Module without error.  This only happens when try to debug.  I have extensively connected and removed the USB cable during battery testing and never has the Pioneer Kit been not recognized.

   

After the error I can immediately program my Module successfully.  Thanks for the ideas but not likely device driver connection issue I think.

   

Not sure how to uninstall driver, just shows up as one of 7 HID-compliant Devices

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JoMe_264151
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There is a (free) software at nirsoft.net named usbdeview64 (for 64-bit systems) that allows for de-installation of drivers connected to USB-ports on a pc.

   

 

   

Bob

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Anonymous
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Thanks, great little program.

   

But uninstall and reinstall of correct KitProg (1.2.3.3)  driver still gives error.

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JoMe_264151
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Last chance: Create a MyCase or try some Voodoo  😉

   

 

   

Bob

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Anonymous
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🙂 already got case going with first response that got me to reinstall BLE Pioneer Kit firmware, unfortunately no cigars, stand-by.

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JoMe_264151
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OK, so Voodoo remains.

   

 

   

Bob

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