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Dec 24, 2016 - Modified Dec 24, 2016
flipper - in reply to jhelmstetter

Here is what I would try:

  • check for shorts on the board, especially if you soldered it yourself. Maybe the BKGD pin is shorted?
  • I did a google search to see if anyone else has seen this error - this might help - https://community.nxp.com/thread/308760
    -Do you get the same error with the board disconnected?
  • Try programming it with the "HCS08 Programmer" application and not the IDE connection to see if that works. This application is in the folder where USBDM lives. I noticed that thingiverse lost the instructions doc for my thing, but I uploaded it again. In the instructions I describe more detail on how to do this.
  • Based on your previous post it looks like you had communicated with the MCU as a MC9S08GB32, since I am seeing 'erase command succeeded' meaning communication occurred and flash was erased. I am wondering if this might have caused irreversible damage, since that one has 32kb flash and the one in the filament sensor has 8kb. You might need to replace it on the board.