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    DAVE Webcast - Getting started

    DAVE Webcast - Getting started (see DAVE4 project attachment)

    Install DAVE™ IDE for XMC™ microcontrollers

    1. Browse to DAVE™ software download
    2. Register and select the DAVE™ package you would like to download depending on your operating system.
    3. To install DAVE™, all you do is unpacking the downloaded zip file to a location of your choice (i.e. c:\DAVE4).
    For Windows, a number of problems have been reported when people try to use Windows Explorer to unzip the zip file. Please use a third-party unzip program, such as 7-Zip
    4. To simplify starting DAVE4 in the future, create a shortcut on your desktop to the DAVE.exe file in the eclipse folder.
    5. Download and install the J-Link Software and Documentation pack for Windows, https://www.segger.com/downloads/jli...nk_Windows.exe
    6. Start DAVE™ by double clicking the shortcut to Eclipse that you just created above.
    The following splash screen will appear
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    and then an Eclipse Launcher pop-up window will appear.
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    Click OK.

    More information about DAVE™ can be found in the Quick Start Guide
    Last edited by jferreira; Feb 18th, 2019 at 03:05 AM.
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