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on Aug 30, 2007 by 15916
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Aug 30, 2007 10:12 PM
To program my hardware (a small device) I use ICC and ST7MDT10-EPB and everything works OK.
I bought recently an RLink and after having installed all drivers, I tried to program the same hardware but it did not work. STVD7 says "Check pins connectors etc".
While experimenting I might have plugged the RLink ICC connector the other way round into the hardware's ICC header.
Is it possible that the RLink is destroyed?
How can I test that it is working?
Without connecting to the hardware I can see a pulse on pin 8
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