At Loader/STEP 4 I cannot find the path
“C:\Program Files (x86)\GHI Electronics\GHI OSHW NETMF v4.2 SDK\FEZ Cerb Family\Firmware whereTinyBooter_4_2_x_x.dfu”
what I have tried:
“C:\Program Files (x86)\GHI Electronics\GHI NETMF v4.2 SDK\Firmwares\Cerb Family\Loader.dfu”
Is this right? ???
After starting FEZ Config.exe for 2./Firmware, I cannot see any USB device in the drop down.
VS 2012 also don’t list it for deployment.
But inside the Windows Hardware list it’s listed as “FEZ Cerberus”.
has one of these PCs had legacy/older SDKs installed on it before? Do they have a different history from a Windows perspective - for example was one a Win7 upgrade and one a fresh install ? Is there any USB2/USB3 port differences ?
Since yesterday I don’t see any Hardware when I connect it per USB.
I was debugging with VS2012 and during this, the hardware (FEZ Cerbuino Bee) disconnected and since this situation it feels like the USB Connection totally fail.
When I connect it per USB, I can see the red LED, but Windows doesn’t recognize it. (I have tested two PC where it was running before)
Can the microcontroller be in an invalid state? (because the Debugging Interrupt)
How can I delete the deployed program?
How can I do a factory reset?
OK, a deployed program that is still running when you can’t connect to the device is simply likely that you have it in a processor intensive loop and the debugging thread gets no time to respond to PC commands.
To get out of this, boot into the bootloader mode and reapply the firmware, which will clear your app out. Then update your app to do a thread.sleep(1) occasionally and you should be good.
Thank you Gus, i forgot about this question. I solved my problem. I should use download radiobutton instead erase one. After i switch the button into the right position and repeat the operation everything goes well know.