Reply by jayasooriah April 29, 20062006-04-29
--- In l..., "Pandurang Shinde" wrote:
> i use the jumber to make P0.14 line low.
> But when i run the bsdc it showing ERROR 21 the device is not ready.
> (I have test the link with flash downloader & it is ok)
> what should i do?

Assuming your target board is working, the most likely reason for

connect .... bsdc: error 21: the device is not ready

is that you indicated the wrong comms port or there is a handshake
problem.

I am interested in fixing it so it works for you. Lets do this by
direct emails... the manual page for that utility is long overdue!

Jaya

An Engineer's Guide to the LPC2100 Series

Reply by Pandurang Shinde April 29, 20062006-04-29
Hi,
thanks for your reply.
i use the jumber to make P0.14 line low.
But when i run the bsdc it showing ERROR 21 the device is not ready.
(I have test the link with flash downloader & it is ok)
what should i do?

Regards,
Pandurang S.

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From: l... on behalf of jayasooriah
Sent: Sat 4/29/2006 12:59 PM
To: l...
Subject: [lpc2000] Re: LPC2000 Flash utilty problem
--- In l..., "Pandurang Shinde" wrote:
>
> hi ,
>
> "Install the boot loader jumper" what is it?Is it any hex file? (if
yes then pl send me the path)
>

I meant the jumper on your board that pulls P0.14 low so that on
reset, your LPC enters ISP mode. By install, I meant inserting this
jumper or its equivalent for your board. I do not mean software
installation.

Jaya

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Reply by jayasooriah April 29, 20062006-04-29
--- In l..., "Pandurang Shinde" wrote:
>
> hi ,
>
> "Install the boot loader jumper" what is it?Is it any hex file? (if
yes then pl send me the path)
>

I meant the jumper on your board that pulls P0.14 low so that on
reset, your LPC enters ISP mode. By install, I meant inserting this
jumper or its equivalent for your board. I do not mean software
installation.

Jaya
Reply by Pandurang Shinde April 29, 20062006-04-29
hi,
have u read the device id (you can read this by flash downloader).Is it matches with your specified part.

Regards,
Pandurang S.

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From: l... on behalf of ???
Sent: Fri 4/29/2005 8:54 AM
To: l...
Subject: Re: [lpc2000] Re: LPC2000 Flash utilty problem
Thanks for your response.

I don't know what I do according to your message.

What program is 'dsdc.exe'?. What does that roll?
Where do I execute that, 'bsdc -l comX'

What is the boot loader jumper?

Does you have any document for this?

I want to reply a detail reponse.
You can do that? I am sorry.

----- Original Message -----
From: jayasooriah
To: l...
Sent: Saturday, April 29, 2006 10:26 AM
Subject: [lpc2000] Re: LPC2000 Flash utilty problem
--- In l..., 赿 wrote:

> I now design a test board using LPC2214.
> When I download hex code to target, I use the LPC2000 flash utility.
>
> If my hex code is over 130KB, flash utility annouces the following
message.
> "Code in HEX file exceeds Flash Limitations!"
>
> The internal flash of LPC2214 is 256KB.
> But my code size is about 130KB.
>
> Why does this problem happen to?
> How can I settle to this problem?

Try my diagnostic tool available at:

http://www.cse.unsw.edu.au/~jayas/esdk/files/lpc/bsdc.exe

Install the boot loader jumper, reset the target board and run this
command as:

bsdc -l comX

where COMX is the serial port your board is connected to.

It should print enough information from boot sector about your device
that may give a hint as to what is happening.

Jaya

SPONSORED LINKS Microcontrollers Microprocessor Intel microprocessors
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Reply by Pandurang Shinde April 29, 20062006-04-29
hi ,

"Install the boot loader jumper" what is it?Is it any hex file? (if yes then pl send me the path)

Regards,
Pandurang S.

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From: l... on behalf of jayasooriah
Sent: Sat 4/29/2006 6:56 AM
To: l...
Subject: [lpc2000] Re: LPC2000 Flash utilty problem
--- In l..., 赿 wrote:

> I now design a test board using LPC2214.
> When I download hex code to target, I use the LPC2000 flash utility.
>
> If my hex code is over 130KB, flash utility annouces the following
message.
> "Code in HEX file exceeds Flash Limitations!"
>
> The internal flash of LPC2214 is 256KB.
> But my code size is about 130KB.
>
> Why does this problem happen to?
> How can I settle to this problem?

Try my diagnostic tool available at:

http://www.cse.unsw.edu.au/~jayas/esdk/files/lpc/bsdc.exe

Install the boot loader jumper, reset the target board and run this
command as:

bsdc -l comX

where COMX is the serial port your board is connected to.

It should print enough information from boot sector about your device
that may give a hint as to what is happening.

Jaya

SPONSORED LINKS
Microcontrollers Microprocessor Intel microprocessors

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Reply by 김동휘 April 29, 20062006-04-29
Thanks for your response.



I don't know what I do according to your message.



What program is 'dsdc.exe'?. What does that roll?

Where do I execute that, 'bsdc -l comX'



What is the boot loader jumper?



Does you have any document for this?



I want to reply a detail reponse.

You can do that? I am sorry.



----- Original Message -----

From: jayasooriah

To: l...

Sent: Saturday, April 29, 2006 10:26 AM

Subject: [lpc2000] Re: LPC2000 Flash utilty problem





--- In l..., ±èµ¿ÈÖ wrote:



> I now design a test board using LPC2214.

> When I download hex code to target, I use the LPC2000 flash utility.

>

> If my hex code is over 130KB, flash utility annouces the following

message.

> "Code in HEX file exceeds Flash Limitations!"

>

> The internal flash of LPC2214 is 256KB.

> But my code size is about 130KB.

>

> Why does this problem happen to?

> How can I settle to this problem?



Try my diagnostic tool available at:



http://www.cse.unsw.edu.au/~jayas/esdk/files/lpc/bsdc.exe



Install the boot loader jumper, reset the target board and run this

command as:



bsdc -l comX



where COMX is the serial port your board is connected to.



It should print enough information from boot sector about your device

that may give a hint as to what is happening.



Jaya











SPONSORED LINKS Microcontrollers Microprocessor Intel microprocessors





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Reply by jayasooriah April 28, 20062006-04-28
--- In l..., 赿 wrote:

> I now design a test board using LPC2214.
> When I download hex code to target, I use the LPC2000 flash utility.
>
> If my hex code is over 130KB, flash utility annouces the following
message.
> "Code in HEX file exceeds Flash Limitations!"
>
> The internal flash of LPC2214 is 256KB.
> But my code size is about 130KB.
>
> Why does this problem happen to?
> How can I settle to this problem?

Try my diagnostic tool available at:

http://www.cse.unsw.edu.au/~jayas/esdk/files/lpc/bsdc.exe

Install the boot loader jumper, reset the target board and run this
command as:

bsdc -l comX

where COMX is the serial port your board is connected to.

It should print enough information from boot sector about your device
that may give a hint as to what is happening.

Jaya



Reply by April 28, 20062006-04-28
Hi.

I now design a test board using LPC2214.

When I download hex code to target, I use the LPC2000 flash utility.



If my hex code is over 130KB, flash utility annouces the following message.

"Code in HEX file exceeds Flash Limitations!"



The internal flash of LPC2214 is 256KB.

But my code size is about 130KB.



Why does this problem happen to?

How can I settle to this problem?





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