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PROGRAMMER REPORTS THIS IS NOT A LPC9XX DEVICE

Applies to: EPM900 LPC Emulator

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QUESTION

I have correctly configured the EPM900 for programming mode by setting the jumpers to PROG and int. XTAL. I have also connected an LPC device to the EPM900 socket. When I start the Flash - Download command in the uVision IDE, I receive the following error message:

*** Error: This is not a P89LPC932 device.

What is wrong? Is my programmer damaged?

I'm using an off-chip XTAL in emulation mode and there the device works correctly.

ANSWER

Most likely, you previously configured the system for running with an off-chip XTAL. However, when using it as a programmer, you must configure the bondout device for Internal RC Oscillator.

This is done in Project — Options for Target — Use LPC900 EPM Emulator/Programmer Settings — Configure EPM900 Emulator. There, you must:

IMPORTANT: After making these configuration changes, you must start the EPM900 in Emulation mode. This writes the bondout configuration. After that, the EPM900 programmer should work just fine.

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Article last edited on: 2006-11-30 10:28:41

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