I see the LED1 flashing slowly. Now it works Like Like. If not, errors like the ones you mention will show up. I will try your updated prog on monday was not at home this WE. Hi John, what USB stack are you using? Thank you very much for your help, and thanks for creating this component.
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That would probably helped as well. Of course I have not working on that problem full-time, but nearly every week-end I thought that this problem should be solvable. I hope this helps. Could you try with one of the projects from http: Maybe interrupts are switched off somewhere?
Hi Brynn, check the following project setting: Cddc John, what USB stack are you using?
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freesdale Learn how your comment data is processed. Great to see that it works for you know. Definitely not the easiest thing.
Hope this helps, Erich Like Like. Yep, that works, but is a pain: What do you think? I was really hoping you could give me a few hints on solving this.
I hope this helps, Erich. What is the proper way to do this and how can I do it?
Well, I asked why USB is required. Imaging traveling to the customer, only to find out I left the adapter on the bench in uzb lab: As for the HID class: Now the LEDs work!
Many thanks for your great work again! An example project for KDS V1.
Hi, just tried the last version of the PE 1. Yes, it was set to YES.
BU t I have a problem. Thanks Giovanni Like Like. But it can be with Processor Expert. More and more silicon vendors including Freescale are offering microcontrollers with USB on the chip. Otherwise it might be hard to tell what the problem could be.
Is this some problem with two, identical devices, or am I simply missing something? With the driver installed it should show the device as specified in the. This simply is not possible with the way the sources in the USB stack are organized. USB means much more than two serial wires plus power: Email required Address never made public.