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Forum: ARM programming with GCC/GNU tools AT91SAM9263 driver error


Author: Boot Noob (bootloadernoob)
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Hi,

I just bought a AT91SAM9263-EK development board. I unpacked it,
connected it via, USB, set the jumpers according to the specs:
J2 - CLOSED
J21 - CLOSED
J16 - CLOSED
(1V2, VDDCORE) - CLOSED
(VBACKUP,VDDBU) - CLOSED
(GND,NTRST) - OPEN
(LOGIC 0, BMS) - OPEN
(3V3, VDD IOM1) - CLOSED
(3V3, VDD IOM0) - CLOSED
(3V3, VDD IOP1) - CLOSED
(3V3, VDD IOP0) - CLOSED
(3V3, VDDOSC) - CLOSED
J29 - OPEN
J25 P10 - OPEN
J24 P10 - OPEN

I then ran SAM-BA and it showed usb\arm0 like it showed and it connects.
Now when I click on the SDRAM tab and browse for one of the SDRAM bin
files from the example software kit, then click the Enable Sdram, then
send the file, then type in go 0x20000000, my computer pops up and ask
me for a driver: AT91USBSerial. I can't find this driver anyhwere.

Does anyone see what I can be doing wrong? or where I can find this
driver? I been waiting for 2 days now for a reply from atmel.

Any help will be greatly appreaciated.

Thank you

Author: Boot Noob (bootloadernoob)
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Okay, I get the USBdriver thing only when I load the LCD code, I loaded
the getting started code and it worked fine. Anyone know why that would
happen?

Author: Boot Noob (bootloadernoob)
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WoW, y are the AT91 forums so bad, no one seems to be willing to help.
Anyhow I found the driver its located:
at91lib\usb\device\cdc-serial\drv.

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