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Encounter 'Error loading .32P file' after upgrading to Multilink FX and PRO32Z
Chung Yim W. Jan 21, 2016 at 11:14 AM (11:14 hours)
Staff: Mikhail A.

  • Recently we have upgraded our programming system to the above. The old multilink USB is not working and reported 'Not able to access processor. Try a software reset'. We suspect the hardware is faulty and proceed to purchase the FX.

    We upgraded the PROG32Z software as well because the version we have is very old (2.02) and is not able to support the newer FX. The PC system we are running on is Win XP.

    We tried the new hardware combination and encounter the error 'Error loading .32P file'.

    Please advise if the problem we encounter is related to hardware setting or software. Thanks.

    Below is the content of the .32P file:
    begin_cs device=$00000000, length=$00300000, ram=$00400000
    NO_TIMING_TEST
    WRITE_WORD=7F00/00FFFA04/ ;Double clock speed 16MHz w 32KHz Xtal
    WRITE_BYTE=00/00FFFA21/ ;Turn off watchdog timer
    WRITE_WORD=3FFF/00FFFA44/ ;Enable All Chip Selects 16-bits
    WRITE_WORD=03D5/00FFFA46/
    WRITE_WORD=0007/00FFFA48/ ;Set CSBOOT to 1 meg at address $00000000
    WRITE_WORD=7930/00FFFA4A/ ;Set CSBOOT to async,both,4wait,sup-user
    WRITE_WORD=1007/00FFFA70/ ;Set CS9 to 1 meg at address $00100000
    WRITE_WORD=7930/00FFFA72/ ;Set CS9 to async,both,4wait,sup-user
    WRITE_WORD=2007/00FFFA74/ ;Set CS10 to 1 meg at address $00200000
    WRITE_WORD=7930/00FFFA76/ ;Set CS10 to async,both,4wait,sup-user
    ;end_cs
    ;Blocks 24-128k
    USER=BE Block Erase 2Block > /00000000/00000017/
    ;
    S214400000004001F4004002140000025600000000C8
    S2144000100030000000000000004000D20000000059
    S214400020000000000040012600000000004001647F
    S214400030004000C0004000C2004000C40000000075
    S2144000400000000000000000004000AC000000007F
    S2144000500002000000040000000600000008000047
    S214400060000A0000000C0000000E00000010000017
    S21440007000120000001400000016000000180000E7
    S214400080001A0000001C0000001E000000200000B7
    S2144000900022000000240000002600000028000087
    S2144000A0003A0000002C0000002E0000227C004099
    S2144000B0004C20710400D1FC0000000060000032BB
    S2144000C04AFA4AFA2A7C0000AAAA2C7C0000555418
    S2144000D04AFA223CFFFFFFFF32180C81FFFFFFFF6A
    S2144000E06606558066F24AFA203CFFFFFFFF4AFA52
    S2144000F03ABCAAAA3CBC55553ABC80803ABCAAAA8F
    S2144001003CBC555530BC3030223CFFFFFFFF321020
    S2144001100C81FFFFFFFF66F632100C81FFFFFFFFEA
    S21440012066EC42804AFA3ABCAAAA3CBC55553ABC50
    S21440013080803ABCAAAA3CBC55553ABC1010223C1A
    S214400140FFFFFFFF3239000000000C81FFFFFFFF7A
    S21440015066F23239000000000C81FFFFFFFF66E4C4
    S21440016042804AFA287C00400214204B24034280F6
    S21440017042813ABCAAAA3CBC55553ABCA0A0301C09
    S21440018030C03228FFFEB28066F83228FFFEB280CA
    S21440019066F0558266DC287C00400214301C321B18
    S2144001A0B2806608558366F442804AFA203CFFFFD8
    S2084001B0FFFF4AFAC4
    S804000000FB
    *¥




    Comments

  • Problem solved. 
    Changed Debug Shift Speed to the lowest frequency option #31.

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