Use OEM_Downloader with Bx-35

Started by joehanu March 17, 2005

I'd like to use the BX_OEM Downloader from the Files section (ver
2.0 Beta 3)to download to a BX-35 but can't get it to switch
processor type from BX-24 to BX-35.
Is there a way to use it or is there another free standing
downloader (only) available for the BX-35? I need a downloader
without the editor etc.
Thanks for the help!



joehanu wrote:

>
> I'd like to use the BX_OEM Downloader from the Files section (ver
> 2.0 Beta 3)to download to a BX-35 but can't get it to switch
> processor type from BX-24 to BX-35.
> Is there a way to use it or is there another free standing
> downloader (only) available for the BX-35? I need a downloader
> without the editor etc.
> Thanks for the help!
Use the downloader that comes with the BasicX 2.1 runtime.

Tom - is there any way to delete the old file that appears to be superceded?




Re: Use OEM_Downloader with Bx-35
> ... delete the old file...

Done. Tom
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Mike Perks,

>Use the downloader that comes with the BasicX 2.1 runtime.

Thanks for the response, but how does that provide the stand alone
downloader without the editor or compiler that I need?



joe,

At the chance of sounding obvious here but the 2.1 package contains a
program called BasicX.exe. This is the downloader but at the SUPPORTED
2.1 level and it also supports all three types of BX chip including the
BX-35. Try it.

>
> Mike Perks,
>
> >Use the downloader that comes with the BasicX 2.1 runtime.
>
> Thanks for the response, but how does that provide the stand alone
> downloader without the editor or compiler that I need?
>





Mike Perks,

I do all of my BX-35 development including downloads using the
BasicX.exe(2.1). However, I am looking for an additional separate
downloader (only) that I could send out with software updates. I
know that the BasicX.exe does that job but a downloader only without
the entire environment would be an advantage in my case. When I saw
the OEM_Downloader it appeared to be what I was looking for except
that it didn't support the BX-35.
Is there a way to get a separate downloader similar to the
OEM_Downloader for the BX-35?
Sorry if this didn't come thru on my first post.
Joe



Joe,

Try the command line options to BasicX.exe described on page 28 of the
Compiler User's Guide.

>
> Mike Perks,
>
> I do all of my BX-35 development including downloads using the
> BasicX.exe(2.1). However, I am looking for an additional separate
> downloader (only) that I could send out with software updates. I
> know that the BasicX.exe does that job but a downloader only without
> the entire environment would be an advantage in my case. When I saw
> the OEM_Downloader it appeared to be what I was looking for except
> that it didn't support the BX-35.
> Is there a way to get a separate downloader similar to the
> OEM_Downloader for the BX-35?
> Sorry if this didn't come thru on my first post.
> Joe
>