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  1. I installed Energia 1.6 and with this the upload worked. Then I switched back to version 1.8 and it worked also. I do not understand what happened, but I am happy anyway.
  2. Board: MSP-Exp430G Rev. 1.5 MSP430G2231 OS: Windows 10 I upgraded to Energia: 1.8.10E23 (12/17/2019). To test I load the "Blink" from the examples. After having troubles, I also loaded the drivers new. During upload I get the the following error msg: prog: 'c:\tmp\arduino_build_502867/Blink.ino.hex': The filename, directory name, or volume label syntax is incorrect. Note the "/" before Blink". I think this causes the error. Where does it come from? The whole output can be found in the enclosed file. I could find the name in question in the output of the compi
  3. Hi abecedarian, for now, I just work with an external terminal. I am tired to find work arounds and prefere to work on more interesting problems. cheers, Daniel
  4. I have a MSP-EXP430G v1.5 launchpad with a M430G2553 I wanted to try my hands on Bluetooth and bought a module with a HC-05 chip. This can be bought in china for less than $4. Info about HC-05 can be found e.g.: www.linotux.ch/arduino/HC-0305_serial_module_AT_commamd_set_201104_revised.pdf http://www.rcscomponents.kiev.ua/datasheets/hc_hc-05-user-instructions-bluetooth.pdf Then I banged my head for a full day to make it work. The Bluetooth connection posed no problems, but the serial communication with the launchpad gave me a headache. My idea was, to set up a software serial c
  5. Hi abecedarian, of course I want Energia to work with all MPU's I have, not only G2553. Corncerning "Devices and Printers", your are barking up the wrong tree. As I already told, you must search for the "Control Panel", it is hidden in Win10, but it is there.
  6. Hi Robert, this is nice of you that you want look into it, your effort is really appreciated. But let me tell what happend. I was really fed up with Energia on Windows 10. I decided to install VirtualBox with Windows 7. Here, everything worked as it should! The only small problem was that is not always clear which OS gets the USB ports. Having smelt blood, I went to a LINUX machine (Ubuntu) and tried my luck. After some newbie problems I succeeded in uploading to an MSP430 MPU. But it did still did not work for MSP432. However, on Ubuntu I did start Energia from a terminal (I still do not
  7. Many thank's for the replies! But it goes from bad to worse. I tried the TI driver, but now I can no more upload to the Launchpad at all. I get the message: tilib: MSP430_Initialize: Could not find MSP-FET430UIF on specified COM port (error = 57) tilib: device initialization failed I deleted the driver, but this did not help. Interestingly, there is now a driver, Windows seems to have installed its own drivers The Launchpad seems to be o.k. On another machine with Windows 7 everything works just fine. any help is appreciated, Daniel
  8. I am running an MSP-EXP430G2 Lauchpad with an MSP430G2553 on Windows 7. The following code: ============================ #include <IRremote.h> String st; void setup() { Serial.begin(9600); st=String(); } void loop() { st=st+'2'; Serial.println(st); delay(200); } =============== produces following output: 2 22 222 2222 22222 222222 2222222 22222222 222222222 2222222222 22222222222 222222222222 2222222222222 22222222222222 222222222222222 2222222222222222 22222222222222222 222222222222222222 2222222222222222222 2 22 222 2222 ..... After a string length of
  9. If I try to read the "micros()" function, I only get multiples of 512. I run a MSP430G2553 that, according to specs, should run with 16MHz. here is a minimalistic code: void setup() { Serial.begin(9600); } void loop() { Serial.println(micros()); } Any ideas why I can not get higher resolution than 512 uSec? cheers, Daniel
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