Unformatted text preview: Windows 7 should recognize the BDM device, and the device (USB-ML-12) shows up in the Windows “Device Manager” under “Jungo”. When the BDM module is connected to, and senses power on the target, a Yellow LED turns on. CodeWarrior can become confused if there is an attempt to invoke the debugger and program an unpowered target. Turning on the target’s power and retrying the operation can normally rectify the problem. Occasionally, a form appears saying that no USB device was found – unplugging and then reinserting the BDM USB cable at the PC seems to take care of the error, although there was one instance this morning when these steps did not work. In that case, the solution was to shut down CodeWarrior, unplug things, and then restart from scratch. Conclusions Programming the target should only be done with both BDM module LEDs (blue and yellow) turned on....
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- Fall '08
- Electrical Engineering, Turn, codewarrior software, BDM module