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RE: [avr-gcc-list] JTAGICE software upgrade impossible

From: Geir Tore Olsen
Subject: RE: [avr-gcc-list] JTAGICE software upgrade impossible
Date: Wed, 7 Aug 2002 20:38:05 +0200

Hi There!

You need to make sure that you unplug the JTAGICE from the target board. You
also must make sure that you don't have anything connected to any other
serial port than the JTAGICE. I.E. if you have the STK500 connected to the
other port, disconnect it. Power off the JTAGICE, close AVRStudio, power up
the JTAGICE and start AVRStudio. Choose the AVRProg and off you go.

But...... I have experienced problems with this procedure thou. For instance
it won't work on my portable, but on my stationary it will. And at work, it
won't work on serial port 3 to 6, but it will work on serial port 1 and 2.

Best regards

-----Original Message-----
From: address@hidden [mailto:address@hidden
Behalf Of Patrizio Zelotti
Sent: Tuesday, August 06, 2002 12:00 PM
To: address@hidden
Subject: [avr-gcc-list] JTAGICE software upgrade impossible


I'm using JTAGICE with ATMEGA128 and AVRSTUDIO 3.53 on WIN98 system.
It works but if I try to install AVR studio 3.54 or 3.55 or version 4.02,
AVRSTUDIO ask to upgrade the JTAGICE firmware and it fails with the message
"No supported board found!. AVRPROG version 1.33" (or version 1.37).

Consider that I can debug software and program the ATMEGA128 without
When I call JTAG ICE to program the software on target board, the following
message appear in the bottom window :

Detecting.. JTAG ICE found on COM1:
Getting revisions.. HW: 0xc0, SW Major: 0x67, SW Minor: 0x00 .. OK

I tryed to follow the instruction reported on DN011 from avrfreaks, but the
problem is still present (upgrade impossible).

In AVR studio 3.53, in JTAGICE directory, the file upgrade.hex in INTEL
standard format was present, and using STK500 and cable is (in theory)
possible to upgrade the JTAGICE using the ISP interface present of JTAGICE.

But version 3.54, 3.55 and 4.02 have a binary file (upgrade.ubn if I
remember correctly), probably handled directly by AVRPROG.
Maybe this file can be converted in HEX format ?
How can I upgrade JTAGICE firmware ?
Can I upgrade software in a different way ?

I already posted the problem to address@hidden but I didn't have reply.


Patrizio Zelotti

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