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MCUXpresso does not discover JLink probe

Question asked by Matt Lang on Nov 29, 2018
Latest reply on Nov 30, 2018 by LPCX presso support

I am using MCUXpresso IDE v10.2.1 [Build 795] [2018-07-25]. I have a SEGGER JLink Ultra+ debug probe.

 

JLink_V640 Installed on my PC running Windows 10 

 

Using SEGGER SystemView as well as JLinkRTTViewer works just fine so I know the probe enumerates correctly and the PC can talk to it.

 

In MCUXpresso, in the "Debug your project" options in the Quickstart panel, I click the JLink Icon and "Debug using SEGGER J-Link probes".

 

The dialog box shows up and says "No compatible probes available. They may be disabled, disconnected, not powered, already in use or not compatible with this target."

 

Here is the console output:

 

[Started server]
[Connected on port 3025]
redlink> ProbeList
No probes found
redlink> ProbeList
No probes found
redlink> ProbeList
No probes found
redlink> ProbeStatus
redlink> quit
[Closed]

 

 

I have the LPCXpresso546 eval board as well that has a JLink debugger and it does not find that either. My project nor any example SDK project seems to work.

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