Cannot debug when connected to baseboard

Discussion created by lpcware Employee on Jun 15, 2016
Latest reply on Jun 15, 2016 by lpcware
Content originally posted in LPCWare by mihaval on Wed Oct 31 10:28:57 MST 2012

I'm a newbie regarding MCU development, especially with regards to ARM. I have LPCXpresso 1114 and a base board form Ambedded Artists. I'm just trying to learn how this stuff works, but have come to my first hurdle :).

I imported sample projects (for 1114/302).

Q1) What does /302 or /301 at the end mean? How can I check I have the right samples?

When LPCxpresso is not connected to base board, the blinky project works -- it blinks and I can step through the code. If I connect it to base board, I get the following error:

02: Failed on connect: Ee(07). Bad ACK returned from status - wire error.
Emu(0): Connected. Was: None. DpID:     EDB6. Info: LPCLINK

By "connecting to base board" I mean that I insert it in the 'sockets' which are provided -- and I've soldered the pins to target part of LPCXpresso.

When I connect power, some LEDs compe up on the base board but the LED2 on the LPCXpresso target is only partially on (faint) and it does not blink.

Q2) Should I be setting up the baseboard jumpers somehow? (I'm totally new at this, so please exuse my lack of knowledge)

Kind regards,