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Question asked by Sid Levingston on Aug 3, 2015
Latest reply on Aug 4, 2015 by Carlos_Mendoza

I am new to working with ARM processors, but I have worked with MSP430F with IAR IDE for many years. Again, this is new to me so if I am asking a dumb question, be patient. I bought an FRDM-KE04Z board to try and get started. I have found it will sort of do what the documentation says on a Windows 7 system (it will run the ADC example with HyperTerminal, it will not run the preloaded Cap touch or the multicolor LED). But it will not work on Windows 8 or Windows 10. I installed the USB drivers successfully, I plug it in, and the error code starts flashing on the LED, and nothing works.


I like this processor due to its low cost and ADC peripheral. I want to use in in an instrument I am designing, but so far I am stuck at the starting gate.


What I want to do:


Have this work on Windows 10.

Use the KDS IDE on Windows 10. Right now it will not let me select a processor. All the controls are disabled at this step.

Use a Segger J-Link with the SDW interface.


Does anybody out there have any ideas that will help me do this?