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arria 10 program:Flash Loader IP not loaded on device 1

New Contributor I

hi,everyone,now i have encountered some issues regarding solidifying the program on Arria 10 into MT25QU256.

1、i have a boot on stm32,there have power-on sequence:

       1>0.9V,0.95V ,Power on the core and high-speed interface.

       2>1.5V,1.8V,2.5V,other bank and peripheral power-on.

  above is the power-on sequence on fpga,first program jic into mt25qu256 is well。

but,when the device use a period of time,i reprogramming the device, The following issues will occur:Flash Loader IP not loaded on device 1 or can't access JTAG chain or operation failed。

        Info(209060): Started Programmer operation at Fri Sep 1 10:45:49 2023
       Info(209016): Configuring device index 1
       Info(209017): Device 1 contains JTAG ID code 0x02E630DD
      Info(209007): Configuration succeeded -- 1 device(s) configured
      Info(19845): Start Serial Flash Loader programming
      Info(19845): End Serial Flash Loader programming
      Error(209012): Operation failed
      Info(209061): Ended Programmer operation at Fri Sep 1 10:46:16 2023 

ps:Sometimes, I can successfully download jic when the 0.9V,0.95V,1.5V,1.8V,2.5V power on together,but the success rate is very low

there have other methods to solve this issues?

Another question:how can i do to change the usb-blaster clk?

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New Contributor I

I'm sorry for the delay in my response. Here's the translation of your message:

"Sorry for the delay in getting back to you. Firstly, it's normal for the nCONFIG and nSTATUS pins to have pull-up resistors. When I encountered this error, I tested the voltage of these two signals and found that one was at 0V, while the other was around 0.7V. The same board can be programmed successfully on my colleague's computer almost every time, but on my computer, it's quite challenging. I'm not sure if there are differences in program settings causing this issue or if it's something else.

Regarding the second link you provided, I encountered an error, and it seems that 'myfile' is not valid.

Lastly, in the link you provided for changing the TCK clock frequency of the USB-Blaster, that seems to be for Blaster-II, while I'm using the Blaster. When I use it, there is no parameter called 'JtagClock'."

If you have any further questions or need assistance with specific technical issues, please feel free to ask.

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