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Version Problem?


#1

Hellow,

I’ve got a problem with my ChipworkX’s
Situation:
"Start debugging"
Message: "The debugging target is not in an initialized state, rebooting"
The only possibility to get in debug-mode is to set a breakpoint

Is that a version-problem? I just installed the new firmware.
I have:
ChipworkX Development System V1.5
TinyBooter: 4.1.5.1
ChipworX V4.1.6.0

References:
GHIElectronics.NETMF.Hardware v4.0.30319 (v4.1.6.0)
Microsoft.SPOT.Graphics v4.0.30319 (v4.1.2821.0)
Microsoft.SPOT.Hardware v4.0.30319 (v4.1.2821.0)
Microsoft.SPOT.Native v4.0.30319 (v4.1.2821.0)

Thank you for your answers


#2

usually this means that your program is in a tight loop and not releasing the CPU with a Thread.Sleep()


#3

It does not seem like a version number problem.
Actually I do not see the problem. Could you please explain a bit more?


#4

Hellow,

thank you for your answers.
Because of your proposals, i made a new project, a simple Micro Framework “Window Application” and have still the same problem (not in an initialized state & no stop at Main())

I had a similar problem once and there it was a version problem, because of that my assumption…

What I do step by step:

  • Create a new “Window Application”
  • Start Debugging (F5)

Then the message in status line: "The debugging target is not in an initialized state, rebooting"
And the program do not stop at main but starts immediately


#5

Hit F11 instead of F5 if you are expecting to step into main rather than just blow through it.


#6

[quote]Create a new “Window Application”
[/quote]

Instead using a Window Application for your project type, use a ChipWorkX project.


#7

Make sure that you choose USB : ChipworkX as a debugging port.