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New FRDM-K22F are bad

Question asked by Jei Chou on Sep 21, 2017
Latest reply on Sep 25, 2017 by Alice_Yang

Prior to a couple of weeks ago, we have quite a few FRDM-K22F.   We recently got 4 FRDM-K22F.  It came in NXP boxes.   When plugs in, it shows up only as "BOOTLOADER" drive, not an "MBED" drive.  These files are on the drive and dated 12/14/2012:

.fseventsd (this is a folder)

.metadata_never_index

.Trashes

mbed.htm

 

I have enough experience that I was able to load MBED firmware (0221_k20dx128_k22f_0x8000.bin) onto the tiny OpenSDA K20 via J10 (its JTAG).   MBED is now showing up when plugs in.  But MCUXpresso has problem to download my application to start debugging session:

 

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with warning box saying:

02: Failed on connect
Wire ACK Fault in DAP access

Probe(0): Connected&Reset. Was: NotConnected. DpID: 00000000. CpuID: 00000000. Info: <None>

 

Are these really old boards??  Is there a way to get this problem fixed??   Otherwise, we need to return these boards and get replacement.

 

Note: on the two microUSB connectors, there is stamp of "6H1".

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