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I can't debug code with LPC11U35 and LPC-Link

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jverasay
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Hi All,

I wanted to ask you about this problem that I'm having. Basically, I'm working with a LPC11U35 which is a develpment kit from Embedded Artists and I'm using a LPC-Link to debug my code.

I was able to use and work with both of them but suddenly it stop working. Let me show you the error that I'm getting.

Screenshot is also attached.

Error in final launch sequence
Error: Error reported by server (redlinkserv.exe):
Status fail
LinkServer has been terminated and will be restarted.
Please restart your debug session.
If the problem recurs, please power cycle your debug probe and restart LPCXpresso.
Error: Error reported by server (redlinkserv.exe):
Status fail
LinkServer has been terminated and will be restarted.
Please restart your debug session.
If the problem recurs, please power cycle your debug probe and restart LPCXpresso.

Let me enumerate what I made to fix the problem but I couldn't.

1- Uninstall the drivers and re-install them.
2- I tried with differents USB ports
3- I've installed in a new PC the toolchain and I've set my project from the scratch but it didn't work neither.
4- I've loaded a binary without usint the debugguer and it worked! So, that make me suspect that the problem is on the LPC-Link board.

Can anyone help me on this?? I don't know what to do.

Thanks in advance.
Regards.

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Please report the version of the LPCXpresso IDE you've installed, and your operating system. I'm presuming it's Windows, since you mentioned a PC install. It's possible the LinkServer (redlinkserv.exe), GDB (arm-none-eabi-gdb.exe), or Redlink debug utility (crt_emu_cm_redlink.exe) has crashed. To determine a crash on Windows 7 (for example):

  1. Click Windows Start button > Type event in Search programs and files field.
  2. Select Event Viewer.
  3. Navigate to Windows Logs > Application, and then find the latest event with “Error” in the Level column and “Application Error” in the Source column.
  4. Copy the text on the General tab.

Also, navigate to the gdb-traces console and debug console and include those in your response.

Thanks and regards,
LPCXpresso Support

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