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Sw or Damaged Board?

Question asked by maurosmartins on Jul 26, 2016
Latest reply on Jul 29, 2016 by FTITI.Walid
Hello all, 

I've recently acquired an STM32 Nucleo-F103RB evalutation board.

I've used STM32 cube to generate a sample program for both free versions of atollic true studio and IAR for ARM. When trying to program/Debug the board most of the time I get something like this:

when lucky I'm able to debug some lines of code but if I stop the debug session it won't be possible to resume. Even with the stm32 utility I get this:

I've measured the voltages on the board they are ok! when connected to USB the drive appears and downloading a .bin from mbed site works.

So, I ask you, what does it look like? Sw problem or damaged board?

In case of damaged board how does ST handle this?

Thanks in advanced,
Best regards, Mauro.