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Can't access my KL25Z from Windows 7, 8, or Linux

Question asked by Ray Metz on Apr 21, 2015
Latest reply on Apr 22, 2015 by Ray Metz

I've never programmed a KL25Z or any ARM microcontroller for that matter.  I've been following instructions from http://www.pemicro.com/opensda/ and it says "hold in the reset, connect the board to my PC, then release reset" to get the OpenSDA chip to act like a USB stick so I can see and upgrade the software on the OpenSDA chip.  When I release reset, the tri-color LED swaps 8 colors and fades to multiple colors like normal.  Nothing seems to happen different from when I don't hold reset when connecting.

 

I installed the drivers from PEmicro and tried Windows 7, Ubuntu, and Windows 8.  All nothing.  I looked thorugh http://cache.freescale.com/files/32bit/doc/user_guide/OPENSDAUG.pdf as well.  Stickers on my board say 700-27556 rev A, SCH-27556 rev F, serial number EB14400292

 

I'm not sure I need to be following PE Micro instructions at all.  Maybe you can tell me what to do so I can connect my computer to my board.  I do have KDS, Codewarrior, SDK, and PE all installed.  My blink KDS program builds just fine.  Now I want to connect and program the board.  I'll buy a programmer interface if I need to.  What do you recommend?

 

Any more clues?  Thanks, Ray

My KL25Z project page: https://github.com/RayMetz100/TextWalkieTalkie/wiki

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