(WHY WAS THIS MARKED BY THE COMMUNITY AS INAPPROPRIATE?) So many of you are quick to tell someone to post a new topic instead of opening up old ones.
Brand new G400S installed on board but not detected on USB. Checked mode pin and then held SPI1MISO LOW and it came up as Bossa COM Port 14 in device manager.
Running the G400 Flash Bootloader.bat file fails with the following output.
Any ideas as I’ve never had this happen before.
-I- Waiting ... -I- TCL platform : Windows NT -I- SAM-BA 2.12 on : windows current connection is \USBserial\COM14, \\USBserial\\COM14 to be matched -I- Retrieved arguments from command line : -I- argv 0 : \USBserial\COM14 -I- argv 1 : at91sam9g15-ek -I- argv 2 : Bootloader.tcl -I- Connection : \USBserial\COM14 (target(comType) = 0) -I- Board : at91sam9g15-ek -I- Traces Level : 4 -I- target(handle) : 146867344 Read device Chip ID at 0xfffff240 --- get 0x819a05a1 -I- Found processor : at91sam9g15 (Chip ID : 0x819a05a1) sourcing device file C:/Program Files (x86)/Atmel/sam-ba_2.12/sam-ba.exe/../tcl_lib/devices/at91sam9g15.tcl sourcing board description file C:/Program Files (x86)/Atmel/sam-ba_2.12/sam-ba.exe/../tcl_lib/at91sam9g15-ek/at91sam9g15-ek.tcl -I- Loading applet applet-lowlevelinit-sam9g15.bin at address 0x300000 -I- Memory Size : 0x0 bytes -I- Buffer address : 0x4 -I- Buffer size: 0x0 bytes -I- Applet initialization done -I- Low level initialized -I- External RAM Settings : extRamVdd=0, extRamType=1, extRamDataBusWidth=32, extDDRamModel=0 -I- External RAM Settings : extRamVdd=0, extRamType=1, extRamDataBusWidth=32, extDDRamModel=0 -I- Loading applet applet-extram-sam9g15.bin at address 0x300000 -E- Error during external RAM initialization. -E- External RAM access is required to run applets. -E- Connection abort