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external Chip doesn't work

Summary: 26 Replies, Latest post by rdonahoo1_1583441 on 15 Mar 2016 05:10 AM PDT
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 i have a CY8C3866AXI-040 and i can't program.

When i program on psoc creator, it open a new window "Selec Debug target". 

I have use the schematic that is attached. 

Regards.

 

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What programmer do you use`?

 

Bob

rom17's picture
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 mini prog3 

thanks

 

user_14586677's picture
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I have found sometimes forcing the USB by cable disconnect to re-negotiate the

correct part finally shows up in the target select window.

 

Regards, Dana.

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 I tried to do that and not come out the same window ...

Always appears the same window

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Try forcing the driver uninstall with option checked to delete driver code,

windows device manager, and force a driver clean re-install.

 

Regards, Dana.

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You are a bit short in your answers:

What are the settings you use for the miniprog3

What do you connect it to? (Schematic)

Where does power (level) come from?

 

Bob

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 Dana, I also have the family processor module cy8c38 (CY8CKIT-009) and then works in correctly.

Bob: 

What are the settings you use for the miniprog3.  -> the settings is same to use on cy8ckit-009

What do you connect it to? (Schematic) The VDDD = VDDDIO1 = VDDDIO2 = VDDDIO3  = VDDDIO0 = VDDA = 5V

Where does power (level) come from? from arduino 5v and gnd...

 

Thanks

 

user_49271930's picture
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 I had a similar problem when placed too low-capacity capacitors on pin65 (Vdda) and pin63 (Vcca = 1.8V not GND)

rom17's picture
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 pavloven: how did you solved that problem?

 

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 Simply install the capacitors as  Specified in the datasheet  (1,0 and 0,1 )

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