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  1. Memory test seems OK. Originally only had the atari800 stuff on there but I was trying the acorn and put that stuff on it also. Pulled acron stuff off again and reformatting didn't help. Tried sticking things in all levels of the directory structure just to make sure it wasn't looking somewhere else, that didn't help. Not sure how to paste images in this forum for screenshots. Says I cannot post that kind of file extension for both png and jpg. /cygdrive/l $ ls -R .: atari800 ./atari800: rom user ./atari800/rom: ATARIBAS.ROM ATARIOSB.ROM ATARIXL.ROM ./atari800/user: test.atr test.car
  2. OK I loaded the code from message #44 (link below) and that helped the responsiveness of the keyboard improved but did not affect the choose file for the cart selection. I put the files in the atari800/user directory. Since the system boots so it must be able to read the files from the card but for some reason the file selector is not working. http://forum.gadgetfactory.net/index.php?/topic/2192-new-ongoing-great-project-on-papilio-duo-complete-implementation-of-different-classic-computers-eg-atari-816bit-c64-amiga/page-5#entry15856
  3. I was able to download the bit file to the board by replacing the one in the example project but it would help if this was in design studio format. It runs on my computer shield. I can type in a simple BASIC program and run it but I am having trouble getting the file selection to work to run any carts. Nothing shows up in the quick select or system menu. I used the bit file linked below. I have the duo with 2MB and I think these are built for the 512KB version, would that make a difference? http://www.scrameta.net/autobuild/20150517/papilioduo/build_NTSC_VGA_CS/papilioduo.bit
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    Could not access USB device 0403:6010

    The Papilio DUO AVR Serial Port device has not made a reappearance since the initial install of the drivers, after downloading the first sketch I did not see it again. Since this HW is based on the Arduino Leo it has similar behavior with respect to the bootloader. I have not needed to do any COM port switching after I got things working above. I just point the DesignLab at the Papilio DUO FPGA Serial Port and then hit the upload button. I believe it does some behind the scene stuff to reset the board and get the bootloader which it then connects to and send the elf file down. I did not see the Papilio DUO AVR Bootloader device appear during this process. It must use the existing Papilio DUO FPGA Serial Port or the Papilio DUO FPGA Serial Converter A & B devices to perform the operation. Found smallfs directory C:\DesignLab-1.0.1/hardware/tools/zpu/bin/mksmallfs C:\Users\Jim\AppData\Local\Temp\build6958693169871536834.tmp/smallfs.dat C:\DesignLab-1.0.1\examples\SHIELD_Computing_Shield\examples\Computing_Shield_Verification/smallfs SmallFS: Packed 2 files sucessfullyComputing_Shield_Verification.ino: In function `void loop()':Computing_Shield_Verification.ino:201: warning: comparison between signed and unsigned integer expressionsC:\DesignLab-1.0.1\hardware\papilio\zpu\cores\zpuino2\zstdio.c:358: warning: '__stdio_init' defined but not usedC:\DesignLab-1.0.1\hardware\papilio\zpu\cores\zpuino2\DeviceRegistry.cpp: In static member function `static int ZPUino::DeviceRegistry::getPPSPin(int, int, int)':C:\DesignLab-1.0.1\hardware\papilio\zpu\cores\zpuino2\DeviceRegistry.cpp:54: warning: converting of negative value `-0x000000001' to `unsigned int'C:\DesignLab-1.0.1\hardware\papilio\zpu\cores\zpuino2\DeviceRegistry.cpp:64: warning: unused variable 'pin'Executing C:\DesignLab-1.0.1/hardware/tools/zpu/bin/zpu-elf-size C:\Users\Jim\AppData\Local\Temp\build6958693169871536834.tmp/Computing_Shield_Verification.cpp.elfBinary sketch size: 27,036 bytes (of a 8,388,608 byte maximum) - 24,200 bytes ROM, 4,104 bytes memory, 0% usedUpload param is -e "{build.path}/smallfs.dat"SmallFS filesystem found, appending extra data file to FLASHBoard: Unknown board @ 96000000 Hz (0xb4051300)Programming completed successfully in 45.87 seconds.
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    Could not access USB device 0403:6010

    After a bunch more troubleshooting I got it working. Removing the two butterfly labs asic bitcoin miners from the machine appears to allow it to work. Probably messing with the DesignLab search for the correct USB device to use to program the FPGA. USB hubs and direct connections to the USB port on the PC did not affect the behavior. I also noticed the Papilio drivers want to hijack a minispartan6 when I attach it and call it a Papilio FPGA Serial Converter A & B, not sure if that will cause trouble yet. I think we need to be able to specify the actual USB device for FGPA programming as well as the COM port used for AVR access in the DesignLab program. The xc3sprog might be useful to check out. from xc3sprog with each device connected minispartan6 JTAG loc.: 0 IDCODE: 0x24004093 Desc: XC6SLX25 Rev: CIR length: 6 Papilio DUOJTAG loc.: 0 IDCODE: 0x24001093 Desc: XC6SLX9 Rev: C IR length: 6
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    Could not access USB device 0403:6010

    I did try re-installing the drivers, including manually un-installing and deleting them and re-installing them from the "DesignLab-1.0.1-windows-setup.exe" including removing the unloaded drivers.
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    Could not access USB device 0403:6010

    I get the Board mismatch!!!. when I try to upload to the AVR and I get the Could not access USB device 0403:6010 when I try the load circuit. So neither will work.
  8. I received my kickstarter Papilio DUO but I am unable to get the load circuit button to function with it. Initially after SW/driver install I did see two COM ports added and I tried pointing the DesignLab v1.0.1 at them but it would come up with this error "Could not access USB device 0403:6010". So I switched to trying to program the AVR. I was able to program that once but I have been unable to program it again and now the second COM port does not appear when I plug in the device. I can see the code is running on the AVR though through the serial monitor and the blinky light. I tried re-ording the existing COM port to COM1 but that did not seem to help. The remaining COM device shows up as Papilio DUO FPGA Serial Port (COM1) on Papilio DUO FPGA Serial Converter B. I can see the unloaded COM port drivers if I do show hidden devices Papilio DUO AVR Serial Port (COM35) & Papilio DUO AVR Bootloader (COM37) I can still see the both USB devices Papilio DUO FPGA Serial Converter A & B This is what I get when I try the upload to the AVR instead of the load circuit. Executing C:\DesignLab-1.0.1/hardware/tools/zpu/bin/zpu-elf-size C:\Users\Jim\AppData\Local\Temp\build7464026767393194216.tmp/Papilio_DUO_QuickStart.cpp.elfBinary sketch size: 8,040 bytes (of a 8,388,608 byte maximum) - 6,776 bytes ROM, 2,560 bytes memory, 0% usedBoard: Unknown board @ 96000000 Hz (0xa4051300)Board mismatch!!!.Board is: 0xa4051300 'Unknown board'Sketch is for: 0xb4051300 'Unknown board'This is what I get when I do load circuitProgramming to SPI FlashCould not access USB device 0403:6010.Unknown Papilio BoardCould not access USB device 0403:6010.I made sure Load VCP is set for in the driver Papilio DUO FPGA Serial Converter B. I tried uninstalling everything and reinstalling. It feels like the A & B are mixed up given that the board reported is 0xa and not 0xb. Any suggestions?