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Programing: Verification Fail After 6%

Henrik Thore

Posts 1
08 Jul 2018 17:19


EDIT: Working after changing cable

Hi,
 
  I got problem when programing my Vampire 600 v2 with an USB blaster.
 
  Info (209060): Started Programmer operation at Sun Jul 08 18:05:21 2018
  Info (209016): Configuring device index 1
  Info (209017): Device 1 contains JTAG ID code 0x020F40DD
  Info (209007): Configuration succeeded -- 1 device(s) configured
  Info (209018): Device 1 silicon ID is 0x14
  Info (209044): Erasing ASP configuration device(s)
  Info (209023): Programming device(s)
  Info (209021): Performing CRC verification on device(s)
  Error (209027): Verification failed for device number 1
  Error (209012): Operation failed
  Info (209061): Ended Programmer operation at Sun Jul 08 18:06:19 2018
 
  During the verification process it fails exactly at 6% every time.
 
  Could this be do to the USB cable?
 
  Regards
 
  /Henrik
 
 


Vojin Vidanovic

Posts 348
08 Jul 2018 17:55


Please read the manual carefully. Consider when Vamp/Amiga should be turned on and when not.

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This should be the summary. If you follow ALL steps including proper software, there is no reason to fail.

    Power OFF your Amiga before connecting the USB-Blaster device.
    Connect the USB-Blaster to the Vampire JTAG header using the JTAG cable.
    Connect the USB-Blaster to the PC using the Mini-USB to USB cable.
    The 'POWER' LED on the USB-Blaster should be 'Red'.
    Open Quartus II Programmer.
    Click the 'Hardware Setup' button.
    Select the USB-Blaster item in hardware device list.
    Click 'Add file' and select a .JIC file to flash on the Vampire board.
    NEVER USE a .JIC file that is not dedicated to your hardware. It might DESTROY your FPGA.
    Check the 'Program/Configure' and 'Verify' options. See picture below.
    FYI, by selecting Erase checkbox, Vampire FPGA will emptied. So that the Amiga will boot on built-in CPU (V600).
    Power ON your Amiga
    Click 'Start' button.
    Your Amiga will freeze or reboot on built-in CPU during this process.
    Wait until flashing is finished, '100% (Successful)'. It takes about 1 or 2 minutes.
    Power OFF your Amiga and wait at least 10 seconds.
    Finally, Power ON your Amiga.



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