Also I tried emf32nOS and emf32nosnlfn with 2 gb sd card and 8gb sd card. But nothing changed.
perhaps we are talking about two different issues:
- You can not create a project without errors?
- The project has no errors but does not work with an SD card?
Maybe there would be problem in emFile_V322C. I can try with V322B file. Can you send me ?
I tested the project on 2 computers (XPx32 and Win7x32).
I changed emFile_V322b and emFile_V322c - no problem.
you get a message - Build Succeeded:?
if not - What error message?
Try to shorten the path to the folder: C: \ YouProgect
emFile_V322b found here:
You did not say that you are using.
If this CY8CKIT-059 PSoC 5LP
then you need to remove the capacitor C12 (C7, C9, C13 ... port P0)
I really don't have any idea about "remove the capacitor" and how can I do. Also I want to thanks to you to interest this post.
Can you explain more about how can I remove these four capacitor ?
CY8CKIT-059 PSoC 5LP used to quick start.
Therefore, it has certain features in the design. see CY8CKIT-059_Schematics.pdf
In particular, the capacitor C12 need for SAR1 EXTREF in one of examples of this board.
In your project it will prevent the pin MISO (P0.2)
You can safely delete a soldering iron.
It is located near the contact 15.5
Another option - to change the port on P3 seems he does not have these problems (should check)
PS I always remove the following items: C7, C9, C12, C13 (C4?)
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Thank you for your help. Lastly It work to change pins to P3.3 .. P3.6. I really wonder that how can you learn these things. Are you reading documents for that ? However I couldn't find any information about that.
Bypass capacitors are present on all boards.
You will have to read the documentation)))
Here are a few that I was able to briefly see:
CY8CKIT-042: P1.7(C10) P4.2 (C1) P4.3 (C9)
CY8CKIT-049-42xx: P1.7( C3) P4.2 (C2) P4.3 (C11)
CY8CKIT-050: P0.2(J43) P0.4 (J44)
In addition, there are buttons and LEDs)))
This is useful in the initial stage, but then it is forgotten.
So I prefer to remove Bypass capacitors at once.
I'm glad I could help you.