N/APosted on - 06/22/2011
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I have an error message that comes as such. “USBDM – Target Vdd supply interrupted. Please restore power to the target. Retry connection?”
This error message came up when I was working on CodeWarrior and i just completed installing a few sample codes. I have a Windows XP operation system. I normally use Code Warrior 5.0 and USBDM v.4.4a to interface.
I have tried it on a different computer. Failing which, I tried to reinstall the drivers. Yet I seem to get the same error message. Still the code does not seem to work.
Do you know what seems to be the problem? If there is anyone who has had the same issue, can you please tell me how to work around this issue?
USBDM – Target Vdd Supply Interrupted
Using the New Project Wizard:
You can create a Project with USBDM support.
USBDM is now completely supported by the Codewarrior project wizard. The following shows the required initial steps of creating a USBDM project using the wizard.
Start the wizard from the Menu, for example New -> Bareboard Project.
Choose a suitable name for the project.
Select the target device or board for development.
Select the USDBM interface option and other interfaces as required.
This will create a new project with a debug configuration for USBDM. It may be desirable to change some of the default debug configuration settings to suit your BDM. The following section describes the USBDM settings available.