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    Problems with J-Link

    After i installed J-link and Dave 4, when i try to debug i have this problem:

    "J-Link GDB Server failed:
    Could not connect to target. Please check if target is powered and if ribbon cable is plugged properly.

    For more details, see the JLinkGDBServer.exe console."

    I'm using a previous version 6.30e, but i had installed a newer version before and i had the same problem.

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    Beginner Beginner jmalberto is on a distinguished road
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    anyone can help?

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    Hi,

    To which evaluation board are you trying to connect?

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    I'm using the the XMC 4400 Drive Card.

    Thanks

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    Hello, I'm currently having the same problem to flash the XMC4700 of a P2Go Radar. I tried to install different versions of JLink and to use the respective "JLinkGDBServerCL.exe" in the debugger but still i get this error:

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    J-Link GDB Server failed: 
    Could not connect to target. Please check if target is powered and if ribbon cable is plugged properly.
    
    For more details, see the JLinkGDBServerCL.exe console.
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    Which debugger probe are you using?
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    I'm using XMC4200 as debugger probe (it's the one attached to the radar board)
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    Hi,

    Ensure device is properly powered.

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    Although the enumeration with the operatiing system has probably taken place, please check as well that your USB-Cable is really a data cable and not a charging cable only..

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    I found out that the problem was that the device was not properly powered with the 3.3 V DC voltage.

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