How to Flash lpc1114 with lpcxpresso and lpc-link2? always getting "no compatible emulators available"

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How to Flash lpc1114 with lpcxpresso and lpc-link2? always getting "no compatible emulators available"

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jenson
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I'm Stuck in an early step of my project. I builded a Dali slave (AN11174) on my breadboard  but don't get connected to the microcontroller to Flash the software via lpcxpresso and lpc-link2. After clicking Flash Button in lpcxpresso I get the annoying Message. What is of May be wrong?

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jenson
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The booting link gave the right hint. I had  connected the lpc-link2 to an usb3 Port. So i couldnt boot the device successfully. After putting  it to an usb2 port , i can boot the device and start Flashing my Target. But  i get the Message: "02: failed on connect: Ee(36). could not connect to Core." 

i checked the correct target Device already, what Else Could be the reason for that message?

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lpcxpresso_supp
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You would expect to see an error of this sort if there is something fundamentally wrong in the connection between the Debug probe and the target. I would initially simply confirm the connection between the probe and the target (ensure you are using the correct header) - failing that, then refer to the Design Considerations for Debug as referenced above to ensure your board is correctly setup.

Yours,

LPCXpresso-Support

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lpcxpresso_supp
NXP Employee
NXP Employee

So have you ever been able to make a successful debug connection to your board (building your project and then clicking on the Debug button in the Quickstart Panel) ?

Also I would suggest that you try booting the LPC-Link2 manually, and tell us what you see at each stage of the process: https://community.nxp.com/message/630577 

Make sure you also check out the troubleshooting section towards the bottom of this FAQ.

Regards,

LPCXpresso Support

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avt
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Think it means it can't find your chip, probably because you haven't got the debug circuit correct. See

https://community.nxp.com/message/630601 

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