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Sep 28, 2005 6:28 AM
Project ID T433.
Company: Pericles Mobile
While we did not succeed to download any programm files into the flash of our DFU enabled ST7262 used for the ST7 USB EVAL-board (product code: ST7MDTULS-EVAL-ST), find below our comment and request
According to the ST7262 datasheet we started with address C000h for the code and 0040h for the data.
However, upgrading with the help of the DFU Demo program already failed at the very beginning: uploading of the old firmware failed as well (no storage)
So please consider our *.dfu and *.S19 files for download (upgrade) with the DFU Demo into our DFU enabled ST7262
For testing purposes we also tried (before sending this mail at this very moment repeated again) to upgrade (download) with the DFU Demo, the with the ST microcontroller included software, an .dfu example named: Sectors12.dfu, available from ST7USBLS DFU V1.1/Sectors12/S19/Hiware/7262/Sectors12.dfu which upgrade failed either: DFU demo message: ''Érror while upgrading !''
We concluded the proper ST MCU example does not work either !
So find also attached:
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