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Topic: Max upload to DUE? (Read 266 times) previous topic - next topic

KG_DK

I have a DUE, whitch until now worked well, but now I can't upload the SW to the board.
When trying to upload, it say:

Send auto-baud
No device found on COM10
Set binary mode
An error occurred while uploading the sketch

But when I use Board Info, it say:
BN: Arduino Due (Programming Port)
VID: 2341
PID: 003D
SN: 5533031373535180C011

I have two other DUE, one is OK, but the last also fault, it is on COM6.

Is there a max uploads?

ard_newbie


There is no maximum number of uploads, except that you can only write the Flash maybe 10000 times (or more).

Have you tried to push the erase button for 3 seconds, then the reset button for 3 seconds then choose the correct COM port ( COM X (DUE Programming Port)) if you are using the programming Port., then upload your sketch.

Do not plug any external peripheral  to your board when uploading.

KG_DK

Yes, I have tryed to erase and reset a lot og times.

The errors started some time ago, and then I user erase to get it to work, but it do not work any more.
I have uploadet maybe 500 times but not 10.000.

KG_DK

I don't use all the program memory.
Is it possible to tell the uploader to use another area to store the program?

pert

Is it possible to tell the uploader to use another area to store the program?
@KG_DK created a new thread for discussion of that topic:
http://forum.arduino.cc/index.php?topic=512981

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