Help with firmware flashing
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    Hey guys just got my kit today and trying to upgrade this thing. Right now the installer freezes at 10% after reading:

    OS: Windows XP [Admin]
    FCF Settings Applied: H8/3052F, (C:\Program Files\Renesas\FDT4.05\kernels\ProtB\3052\Renesas\1 _2_00\)
    FDT API initialised: version 4, 05, 00, 008
    Clock Frequency (External) = 24.0000MHz, Clock Mode = 0, CKM = 1, and CKP = N/A
    Connecting to device 'H8/3052F' on 'COM3'
    Configuration:
    'BOOT Mode' connection - using emulated interface
    Opening port 'COM3' ...
    Loading Comms DLL
    Loaded Comms DLL
    Initiating BOOT SCI sequence
    Attempting 9600
    Attempting 4800
    Attempting 2400
    Attempting 1200
    Error No 15024: Boot failed


    Im using a USB-Serial cable

    plz help
    Last edited by dave8964; 06-03-2010 at 10:11 AM.

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    just bought a serial to serial cable and getting the same error


    OS: Windows Vista/Server 2008 [Admin]
    FCF Settings Applied: H8/3052F, (C:\Program Files (x86)\Renesas\FDT4.05\kernels\ProtB\3052\Renesas\1 _2_00\)
    FDT API initialised: version 4, 05, 00, 008
    FCF Settings Applied: H8/3052F, (C:\Program Files (x86)\Renesas\FDT4.05\kernels\ProtB\3052\Renesas\1 _2_00\)
    Clock Frequency (External) = 24.0000MHz, Clock Mode = 0, CKM = 1, and CKP = N/A
    Connecting to device 'H8/3052F' on 'COM3'
    Configuration:
    'BOOT Mode' connection - using emulated interface
    Opening port 'COM3' ...
    Loading Comms DLL
    Loaded Comms DLL
    Initiating BOOT SCI sequence
    Attempting 9600
    Attempting 4800
    Attempting 2400
    Attempting 1200
    Error No 15024: Boot failed

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    Try this, I think it mostly helps with the USB to serial cables, but you never know.

    It's from this thread http://djtechtools.com/forum/showthread.php?t=871


    In the directory which you installed FDT, there will be a file called "FDTAdvancedSetup.exe". You can use this file to adjust the delays sent by FDT.

    Essentially, a USB connection is way quicker than a serial connection and as such, sometimes your connection will be too quick for the software. The connection gets ahead of the instructions and the instructions get lost resulting in time outs.

    So, back to FTDAdvancedSetup... go into this, you will see two boxes you can click on: "connection settings" and "configure serial port...". Click the "configure serial port..." box. In here, you will see a box "enable serial port delay fix". You want to make sure that's checked. Then where it says delay value, enter 1000 or something (1000 worked for me, you may need to go higher depending on the cable). Disregard where it says the lower the value the better, that doesn't really apply to us as we're just downloading the file, not doing live programming.
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    This is the search result page when I searched for 15024 in the upgrade solutions thread. So these people have had the same error as you and some have fixed their issues in various different ways.

    http://djtechtools.com/forum/search.php?searchid=598497
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