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Universal Multilink Rev D vs. Rev C

Question asked by Stephen Roskens on Mar 6, 2019
Latest reply on Mar 6, 2019 by ZhangJennie

I have a Universal Multilink Rev D, purchased this last summer.  Firmware has been updated to the latest 9.81.  On the original firmware and current firmware I'm unable to flash a device using HIWAVE.exe, that comes with CodeWarrior. 


"HI-WAVE - Communications with the target failed: The target MCU has no clock or wrong BDM clock speed is used or derivative is secured."

When I set the derivative to MC9S12G64, when I try and load the software

"Non Volatile Memory Control - Error while loading diagnostic algorithm to target system. The chip may be secured, or the derivative selected may be wrong."


I have a coworker that uses a Universal Multilink Rev C version (also has a small emblem that says freescale enabled) purchased at a different time.  Using his model, I have no issues connecting and flashing devices.  The only difference has been the actual device.  


1. What is the difference between Rev D and Rev C?  

2. Is it firmware related?  (No - I won't flash the Rev C version because this is working and we would lose the only device that flashes our hardware at the moment.)