After connecting a USB Blaster to the dev board's JTAG connector and setting dip(4) to off, I added the flash-loader ip to my simple dff design. I synthesized everything and created a *jic file to the appropriate components for this dev board. Using the programmer set for USB BLASTER and the jic file loaded, the upload failed. I've added pictures to illustrate what occurred. I know my setup is correct because I programmed the dev board using the *sof file and not bothered with the flash loading stuff. I thought I followed everything in an370 correctly, but I'm missing something. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Have you changed the switch state(SW1 BYPASS) ???
If sw setting are correct than i will sespect the .jic
Which epcq device is being used.
If you are using epcq64 than try below file to load.
If you have make the changes in the SW1.4 then you shouldn't observed VTAP10 in your JTAG chain. Could you performed auto-detect again to make sure that you no longer observed VTAP10 in your chain before you start program your jic file.
Repeat of my first post.
Follow the steps below.
- Connect USB blaster to kit.
- open programmer
- Click on auto detect
- add/select device 10cl025y. you should not see the VTAP10 in chain.
- right click select change the file and add .jic file.
- click program.
I've followed AN370. and I've attached that documentation for you to read.
VTAP10 appears in either dip switch position, so I deleted it in the programmer.
Either, the development board is bad (doubt), or the documentation/ procedure / software is out dated (I believe that) .
If there is someone that can ACTUALLY help me or direct me to SOMETHING that can solve this issue, I'd really appreciate it.