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ICD-U problem with V4+XP ?

 
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noizy



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ICD-U problem with V4+XP ?
PostPosted: Thu Nov 09, 2006 12:17 pm     Reply with quote

Hello,

my ICD-U40 worked perfectly with 3.49 on a W2k machine. Now, with XP and the 4.013 (all utils new as well), the debugger is ill.
In the debugger's "Configure" window - when I try to download code - it says "Attaching..", loads up to 100%, "Busy..", and then an error window pops up, saying:
"Error loading the COF file (Watch Error #0006700) [..my filename..]. The semaphore cannot be set again." (the last sentence is actually in German, this is a translation).

I still can load and start this program with the ICD window - no problem.

Has anyone encountered this? Unfortunately I can't tell if is due to XP or V4...

Thank you.
noizy



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ICD problem gone with 4.014
PostPosted: Sat Nov 11, 2006 7:36 am     Reply with quote

Hello,

just installed the new 4.014 - at first sight the debugger works ok now.

Cheers!
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