You cannot use "Power Cycle" when the board is powered externally. You may power the board from MiniProg1 and then you are free to choose "Reset" or "Power Cycle"
Ok, so we have to check step-by-step.
1) Software on latest revision (check with update manager)
2) Does the Miniprog work? (Check by accessing an original cypress board via ISSP)
if all works the error will be in the board you try to program. Triple-check every connection
Ok, I will check it now,
On board original, when I put power on board I get message on programer (board is powered) and on little board not have this message, maybe have any wrong, I will check and post informations,
Thank you very much.
Hi, I try and can´t make it work,
I need know what is the minimal components to write C8CPLC20 with ISSP MiniProg
I try assemble board only with 32.768khz Crystal and 2 22pf Cap of this
Board powered by PSoC MiniProg,
I check voltage and get 5v on Vdd pin on chip,
Check ground and is OK
I connect Power Ground Reset SCL SDA on connector of ISSP and try write Fail Again
I not put pull up on scl sda lines
and I don´t check clock on 32.768khz crystal..
I need any more to make device writable by ISSP MiniProg?
Everything sounds O.K. The quarz clock is not needed / used during programming.
Can you provide us with a couple of screen-shots
Before and after setting power with Miniprog1
Do you have got a chance to test the MiniProg1 with a different board, preferrably a Cypress-Kit to see if it is able to program or is broken.
Now I fix the problem to write, can I write another device the problem is connect SCL and SDA on Cystal 32.768khz pads,
But the problem now is CY8CPLC10 is not on device database
I get error of this all time
| Programming Terminated
| Detected SiliconID: "FF FF 11 11" is not in database
Program Requested at 10:52:59 |
Power On at 10:52:55 | MINIProg1/0062000B0A25I try with another Cypress CY8C29466 and work fine the write process,
Using PSOC Programmer did you do a firmware update on
the Miniprog ?
Thie is similar to a problem I had a year ago. It was related to some leftovers from a de-installation of Designer due to an update.
I suggest you to create a "MyCase".
On top of this page "Support & Community -> Technical Support -> Create a MyCase"
Describe your problem and leave your phone-number, you will be contacted with an onlie-session for repair (if it is the error I assume)
No. using the PSoC programmer + PSoC MiniProg, I burn firmware on board of PSoC CY2373
Have 6 jumpers (or connectors) on board...
1 - Power - MiniProg Power (V)
2 - Reset - MiniProg Rst(R)
3 - GND - INT (connector to interruption)
4 - SCL - Pull UP (Connected to C Miniprog)
5 - CLK 1 - CLK 2 (Crystal 32.768khz)
6 - SDA - Pull UP (Connected to D Miniprog)
I use one jump connecting 4 to 5 SCL - CLK1 and 5 to 6 CLK 2 - SDA
try burn and verify and all work..