Could you please check whether the Debug Select is SWD or not?
In .cydwr, System -> Debug Select -> SWD (If it is GPIO, then debug fails.For debug, it should be SWD).
Thanks for replying. I've checked the SWD setting and it is correct.
Basically it all work fine until a Windows update. I have un-installed everything to do with Cypress and re-installed two or three times now but it still does not startup the debugger. The applications programs ok and the USB comms is good but the debugger won't run. I think a Windows file has been corrupted and is not updating on re-installation or the error message is correct but no-one seems to know what it means "Error: dbgM0006: The start request failed. Encountered error (SetTarget timeout). If you expand the message box it says "Make sure that all the files with debugging information are available". That's not really helpful as it doesn't say where to look.
This seems like an issue with PSoC Creator 4.0. Our software team has already fixed this, and the fix will be available with PSoC Creator 4.1.
Thanks for letting us know. Is there a time scale for the next release?
I'm having the exact same issue with Psoc Creator 4.2, but worked on 4.1.
(Debug select is also SWD)
Couldn't find anything else related to this.
What I did so far:
Reinstall psoc creator.
Install psoc creator 4.1 (on another PC) and it worked.
Thankful for any help
This is still happening with PSOC creator 4.2.
Many times re-installed it. Running on Win 10, 64bit.
"The start request failed. Encountered error (SetTarget timeout)"
Cypress, please solve this, otherwise I have to stop using your awesome processors!!