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WICED Studio Wi-Fi Combo

Anonymous
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I'm trying to build the Voice Recorder for my CY8KIT-062-WiFi board, on a new PSoC 4.2 install under VMWare. It fails to find a generated file that is in the explorer, but it is looking for it in a temp path that does not exist.

It is failing to open

C:\Users\A Smith\AppData\Local\Temp\{ea274054-51ef-47e6-8b5f-a7e019741bb1}\cy_smif_memconfig.h

The path

C:\Users\A Smith\AppData\Local\Temp

exists, but there is no {ea274054-51ef-47e6-8b5f-a7e019741bb1} folder in that path.

I'm assuming this is an initial install configuration issue of some kind, but I can't seem to reconcile it. This is a new install of PSoC 4.2 under VMWare 10.1.3 running on a new MacBook pro. All the analog and digital and API generation proceed fine, and startup_psoc62_cm0plus.c compiles with no errors, but it fails to compile main_cm0p.c.

Any ideas appreciated!

Best,

Andrew Smith

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Anonymous
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Hi,

No mods, and yes, I had cleaned several times.

I ended up installing Parallels, buying a new copy of Windows 10, and installing the PSoC 62 kit tools in that environment and all is working now. So I don't know where the problem was in VMWare/Win 7 but working for me now.

Best,

Andrew

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ShipingW_81
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Any modification have you done on the original code example? Have you clean the project before building it? Have you ever build project for PSoC6 successfully in your VMWare platform?

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Anonymous
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Hi,

No mods, and yes, I had cleaned several times.

I ended up installing Parallels, buying a new copy of Windows 10, and installing the PSoC 62 kit tools in that environment and all is working now. So I don't know where the problem was in VMWare/Win 7 but working for me now.

Best,

Andrew

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ShipingW_81
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Andrew Smith

A similar issue in thread - CE222221 - cy_smif_memconfig.h does not exist

Can you help confirm - Is the assumption in it the root cause on your side?

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