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MINIPROG 3

mmoron21 posted on 07 Jul 2010 8:37 AM PST
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I have received the CY8CKIT-001 PSoC Development KIT.

The PSoC programmer don't dettects the MINIPROG3. I have read it must be dettected automatically, since it comes from a USB port.

In fact I have the MINIPROG 1 and it is detteccted automatically. 

Basically the slider port selecction into the psoc programmer is empty.

If I go to:

Project ==>Settings ==> Debugger

Select ICE Device:

Is empty too.

Must I configure something?

Thanks for all.




Re: MINIPROG 3

mmoron21 posted on 26 Jul 2010 07:47 AM PST
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I have available the USB drivers and intalled properly.

Even so, the computer don't recognize it.

I'm sure it's a problem about the drivers.

It is possible the USB MINIPROG 1 drivers would be in conflict with the MINIPROG 3 drivers?

 



Re: MINIPROG 3

gerg posted on 30 Jul 2011 09:13 PM PST

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Hi,

I seem to have the same problem. I have the following setup:

  • Windows XP SP3 (32-bit)
  • PSoC Designer 5.1 SP2 (just installed)
  • Miniprog3 Rev A with the latest firmware installed using PSoC 3.13
  • Miniprog3 windows driver is version 3.4.1.20

In PSoC designer, I can select the programmer and program the target with no problems.

If I go to Project->Settings->Debugger, the Select ICE Device is empty.

I've just been moved onto an urgent project and haven't used the PSoC family before. However, everything in the Cypress documentation suggests I should be able to debug a PSoC1 with a Miniprog3. Does anyone have any idea what might be going on?

Thanks,

Greg



Re: MINIPROG 3

danaaknight posted on 28 Jun 2012 08:01 AM PST
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I have had similiar problems on Miniprog 1, and power cycle the Miniprog

by unplugging it sometimes fixes issue.

 

Other times I go to "Computer", "Properties", "Device manager" and uninstall

the driver, initiate a HW rescan, sometimes a reboot. Windows XP, Vista.

 

No magic answer here.

 

Regards, Dana.



Re: MINIPROG 3

arvi posted on 26 Jul 2012 10:09 AM PST
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Does your system's Device Manager show any "Unknown devices"?

 

If yes, Uninstall that entry, and try re-connecting and installing the drivers again.

 

Make sure you have the drivers installed (check whether there's a Windows Driver package entry for it under Add/Remove programs in your system's Control Panel), else re-install PSoC Programmer and try again.

 

If nothing works you might be have a defective unit  :(



Re: MINIPROG 3

arvi posted on 26 Jul 2012 10:11 AM PST
Cypress Employee
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 @gerg:

The Miniprog3 doesn't show up under Debugger options in Designer. You'll only be able to see the CY3215 ICE debugger there, when it is connected to the PC.

 

-Arvind



Re: MINIPROG 3

Bob Marlowe posted on 26 Jul 2012 11:24 AM PST
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When using Miniprog 3 and PSoC 1 you should connect your target with the SSP-connector and not with the SWD which is used by the ICE.

When using Miniprog 3 and PSoC3 or 5 you should connect your target with the SWD-connection (ribbon-cable) and set in the options everything accordingly.

In Creator use Debug -> Select Debug Target and see, if Miniprog shows up.

 

Bob






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