If I check the table 8 of this document, the value 0x20 (10 000) doesn't correspond to any of the Security Mode! Perhaps it is so old that Altera drivers don't support it anymore. C. I'm finding that this issue is linked to the Sample Depth used in SignalTap and the Altera dev kit with built in USB Blaster. this contact form
This problem occurs when the target device's location on the circuit board does not match the device's location in the device chain in a Chain Description File (.cdf), as displayed in Very > strange ... Logged So many signals, so little bandwidth! jtag error cyclone share|improve this question asked Jun 21 at 18:02 Serge 96 2 Your JTAG can't see the device. http://quartushelp.altera.com/14.1/mergedProjects/msgs/msgs/epgme_device_idcode_error.htm
So, I've ordered a new one based on FT245+CPLD, hoping I did the right choice across all the offerings ... But shipment will take 4 weeks before I can try it ...(I've choose the following one : http://www.ebay.com/itm/FT245-CPLD-USB-Blaster-Programmer-Download-For-Altera-FPGA-CPLD-Stable-Version-/180978173969?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item2a2323c811)Is anybody got such behaviour with their clones ?Thanks in advance. regards, Reply With Quote September 20th, 2016,06:47 AM #3 Wiljan View Profile View Forum Posts Altera Pupil Join Date Jun 2009 Posts 11 Rep Power 1 Re: Error (209015): Can't configure Replacing the > cable with a new one doesn't help either. > > Thanks, > Vijay. > Reply Posted by BERT ●April 13, 2007On Apr 13, 10:46 am, "Benjamin Todd"
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Creating a new one with the right one solved the issue, not sure why, but here we are. EDIT: Just tried to upload an older .sof from a simler project i did and it works fine. Does this mean that my development kit is toast, or am I missing something here ? useful source At least it doesn't crash.Further, when it receives USB power, *both* LEDs light up.
I no longer seem to be able to program my device. One thing that concerned me is that when the analyzer comes up there are 3 options to program the .sof file to, with option 2 being the correct choice to program Can't configure device. Error (209012): Operation failed Info (209061): Ended Programmer operation at Mon Feb 22 22:43:13 2016 Info (209060): Started Programmer operation at Mon Feb 22 22:45:38 2016 Info (209016): Configuring device index
A colleague of mine had a very similar issue due to the voltage levels of parallel ports being different from one machine to another.. 3.3 versus 5.0 or so - it Here is my main modue Here is the square rotation controller Here is the module which slows down the rotation to 1 movement per second This seems to synthesize with no Is there a place in academia for someone who compulsively solves every problem on their own? Expected JTAG ID code 0x025030DD for device 1, but found JTAG ID code 0x00000000.
Email Address Username Password Confirm Password Back Register EEVblog Electronics Community Forum A Free & Open Forum For Electronics Enthusiasts & Professionals Welcome, Guest. Not sure what might have happened here. Has anyone here seen a similar issue with SIgnalTap II and have a solution? navigate here I am using Altera ByteBlaster II programming cable.
Expected JTAG ID code 0x02B140DD for device 1, but found JTAG ID code 0xFFFFFFFF. Expected JTAG ID code 0x02D120DD for device 2, but found JTAG ID code 0x00000000. Sometimes the programming utility is set up to auto-detect the devices on the board, sometimes it isn't.
Has anyone seen such an error before ?I would greatly > appreciate any help !! > > I am using Altera ByteBlaster II programming cable. You may want to check/reimport your pin assignments in your new project and see if that fixes your error. JimHorn Contributor Posts: 6 Country: Re: Altera USB Programmer « Reply #37 on: August 31, 2016, 06:28:49 AM » A further note: On my Windows 10 Pro 64 bit Surface Pro It do have a build in USB blaster and does works normal fine with different test I have done.
I named the .sdc file differently from the name of the project. Could you help me? Logged R_G_B_ Frequent Contributor Posts: 273 Country: Re: Altera USB Programmer « Reply #27 on: November 21, 2013, 10:54:22 PM » Chucked it in the bin. his comment is here I got excited about NIOS II capability.Thanks!
Replacing the > > cable with a new one doesn't help either. > > > Thanks, > > Vijay. I kept digging and I found in this doc: http://www.altera.com/literature/an/an556.pdf, "Security Mode Modification" a table were it's explained that the KEY_VERIFY JTAG instruction allows you to read out the information on So it must have been programmed with *something*. The USB blaster is built-in the board.
Expected JTAG ID code 0x02D010DD for device 2, but found JTAG ID code 0x00000000 up vote -1 down vote favorite I'm having a weird problem where i cant upload my design Logged Homer: Kids, there's three ways to do things; the right way, the wrong way and the Max Power way!Bart: Isn't that the wrong way?Homer: Yeah, but faster! They are all in the same daisy chain (JTAG).hope it helps!byeM zglickst 2015-07-24 14:36:56 UTC #3 Thanks for the reply. I'm looking for both critique on my implementation as well as an answer as to why it wont program.
It looks like there is either a hardware problem (board not turned on, jtag cable not plugged in, broken jtag chain due to bad jumper/switch/mux selection, bad chip, etc.) or a Expected JTAG ID code Hi, I'm getting this error anytime I want to program two of our cards (out of 10): Error (209015): Can't configure device. Is there a word in Esperanto for "lightsaber"? Logged Kjelt Super Contributor Posts: 3092 Country: Re: Altera USB Programmer « Reply #26 on: November 21, 2013, 10:32:30 PM » Quote from: R_G_B_ on November 21, 2013, 09:37:10 PMHere
Logged So many signals, so little bandwidth! The FPGA is a ARRIA II GX EP2AGX125EF29C5. This one is using a SiLab MCU with 74HC125.Conclusion, yes, sometime it is maybe waste of time and money to try to save few pennies, but sometime it can be rewarded asked 3 months ago viewed 80 times active 2 months ago Get the weekly newsletter!
Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Here's how it works: Anybody can ask a question Anybody can answer The best answers are voted up and rise to the Anyway, seems like the problem was as I suspected: a disagreement between the actual JTAG chain and the information given to the programming utility. jesuscf Regular Contributor Posts: 78 Country: Re: Altera USB Programmer « Reply #39 on: September 06, 2016, 03:35:22 AM » If you just wan to try Altera FPGA's, a very convenient Has anyone seen such an error before ?I would greatly >> > appreciate any help !! >> >> > I am using Altera ByteBlaster II programming cable.
Using CASE to select between two geometry functions? I've yet to see the ACTive LED not lit when there's power.