Hi all,I'm trying to program .pof file in MAX10 of our custom board but it fails with the following messages: Info (209060): Started Programmer operation at Wed Sep 13 10:31:58 2017 Info (209017): Device 1 contains JTAG ID code 0x031030DD Info (209060): Started Programmer operation at Wed Sep 13 10:31:58 2017 Info (209016): Configuring device index 1 Info (209017): Device 1 contains JTAG ID code 0x031030DD Info (209007): Configuration succeeded -- 1 device(s) configured Info (209011): Successfully performed operation(s) Info (209061): Ended Programmer operation at Wed Sep 13 10:31:59 2017 Error (209012): Operation failed The .sof programing is working. I'm using Quartus 16.1.2 build 203. I have 10K pull up on all configuration pins and CONFIG_SEL 1K pull down. We are using "single uncompressed image" configuration. Moreover in the programming interface, I can see a strange situation: in the program/configure column I can see only CFM0 while MAX1016 (the MAX10 we use in our board) has CFM1 and CFM2 too (attached the screenshot). Any ideas? Thanks in advance, Giuseppe
Hi all,we have solved: the problem was the point "To enable the real-time ISP mode, turn-on the Enable real-time ISP to allow background programming" but IMHO tha Altera documentation is not so clear; in fact if the MAX10 is green (never flash pragrammed), the .pof programming works only if you first program .sof file. Hope it helps someone. Bye, Giuseppe
Hi Giuseppe,I am experiencing the exact same problem with a MAX10M50. My programmer window is just like yours in your attached image. I do not see the CFM1 or CFM2. I can program the .sof, but can't get the CFM to pass. In fact, I have an LED driven (via transistor) from the DONE pin and I can see Done Flash once very short and again for around 250ms before the operation fails. I tried to turn on the "Enable real-time ISP to allow background programming" from the programmer, but that causes the programming operation to fail sooner. Can you provide any more insight? Thanks, Mike
If anyone has same problem, as Mike had, it is nedded to :
-> turn on box "Enable real-time ISP[...]"
-> program FPGA from .sof file
-> program FPGA from .pof file ( with box turned on )
Hope it helps someone.