We had two groups internally test this and neither were able to reproduce.
Essentially, when they tried downloading to the TAG board using the steps described in the Blog on a Windows 10 computer, it worked fine. No run time errors.
They used the version of the ChipLoad.exe and cgs.exe files that are attached to the blog post.here: Programming the TAG2/TAG3 Board using command line tools
Your issue seems to be related to a corrupted Windows Visual C++ install (i.e. bad registry or corrupt DLLs).
Perhaps some of the guidance in these posts can that explain the clean-up procedure will help:
Thanks for your above comments and solution. Now our programming setup is working fine with new version ChipLoad.exe file. I have downloaded from the attached link https://community.broadcom.com/servlet/JiveServlet/download/38-6051/Loader_SDK2.2_20737.zip.zip
After used the above linked ChipLoad.exe, we didn't find the Runtime Error R6002 again while programming. Thanks for your support.
Thanks for reporting the positive results back to the thread.