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As Moto san mentioned there might be some other reason causing the problem. Please uninstall the PSoC Creator and install the latest version of the PSoC Creator and check once.
If still you face the same issue, please attach the configuration of the system along with error messages during installation if any.
Thanks Moto and Ganesh for the prompt responses.
I've just finished reinstalling PSOC Creator 4.3 and I still get the same issue on my end.
There was no issue / message at (re)install.
Which system configuration is helpful?
I'm running a windows 10 pro on a Core i5-9300H, 64bit.
I can compile projects with other components and peripherals. As far as I can tell I'm having issues with just UDB.
I'd like to check a couple of things.
(1) How much disc/strage space do you have left?
(2) Could you try "Clean and Build"?
Thank you for your answer and testing.
> (1) 82GB free of 221GB (primary SSD) and another 300+GB free on secondary disk
I think the free space is way enough.
> (2) done, but still a fail.
Thank you for your testing.
And I'm sorry it did not help.
Another thing I can imagine right now is...
What is the path of your design/project?
If the path is too long or there is/are non-standard ascii letters (such as Kanji) in the path compile can fail.
Could you copy your project somewhere close to the root of the file system,
thanks again for the prompt responses. -> Done and sadly same result.
Any further ideas?
> thanks again for the prompt responses. -> Done and sadly same result.
I'm very sorry for hearing that.
Another thing, I once encountered was the install file image downloaded was corrupted.
That case, I needed to download the install file again and re-installed the PSoC Creator.
But you have already tried to download a new image and installed, haven't you?
Correct, but I'll do it again. If, by chance, it solves it, I'll report right away.
My first install was of PSOC 4.2 with an update to the 4.3.
So for this thread I reinstalled it once and downloaded a new image for it.
For the installation I've chosen the typical option (if that matters).
If you don't mind, I would recommend you to use "complete" option.
This saved me a lot of time.
Yes, I'm sure that the "option" does not have something to do with this error, though.
Yet, another thing...
Could you try?
Menu: Project > Update Components(TestIDB)...
In the project path I see that it is '...Downloads\TestUDB.cydsn.7z\TestUDB.cydsn...'. Can you please let us know if the project is run from an archive file?
Thanks and Regards,
Rakshith M B