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DE10-Standard & DE10-nano both fail at 88% download of EPCS128.

JOHI
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Hello,

The title is clear, this post is to share experience with the community.

I will answer it myself.

Best Regards,

Johi

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YuanLi_S_Intel
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Hi Johi, So in summary, selecting the incorrect flash devices is the root cause to the programming failure. Also, we can change TCK frequency to 6MHz for more stable programming experience. Thank You. Regards, YL

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JOHI
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Hello,

As it turns out, after some searching, there is no EPCS128 but EPCS64 installed on the print.

The manuals of DE10-NANO & DE10-Standard both refer to EPCS128, replacing EPCS128 with EPCS64 fixes the problem.

Best Regards,

Johi.

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JOHI
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Correction: DE10-Standard has effectively EPCS128 why but the remark about My nano remains valid: EPCS64 and not EPCS128.

Why the download of the DE10-Standard failed at 88 % is still unclear.

Best Regards,

Johi

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YuanLi_S_Intel
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Hi John, I am confused. So is the issue being solved? Thank You. Regards, YL
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JOHI
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Hello Yl,

Yes issues were resolved:

for the DE10-nano: it is solved (configure EPCS128->EPCS64)

for the DE10-standard​ all of a sudden, download succeeded.

Thank you for asking.

Best regards,

Johi

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YuanLi_S_Intel
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Hi Johi, So in summary, selecting the incorrect flash devices is the root cause to the programming failure. Also, we can change TCK frequency to 6MHz for more stable programming experience. Thank You. Regards, YL
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