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    Install DAVE IDE for XMC microcontrollers

    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).
    Note
    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.
    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
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    Hi,

    In the past there have been complains about DAVE4 compilation performance issues in Windows 10.
    The issue is not exclusive of DAVE4, it affects other programs monitored by Windows Defender.
    A nice overview about the issue is found at https://ardalis.com/speed-up-visual-studio-build-times

    Regards,
    Jesus
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    Hi,

    It is always recommended to keep updated the JLink software.
    After installation of a new JLink software package, check and update the Segger JLink preferences in DAVE4.
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    Happy debugging,
    Jesus
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    Beginner Beginner madhusudan is on a distinguished road
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    dave software is crashing.

    Hi there,
    I have unzipped dave 4.4.2 in C drive. But dave isnot opening. It is giving error. please see the log file.
    ?????

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    Beginner Beginner madhusudan is on a distinguished road
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    I solved it got answer in eclipse forum . please paste
    -Dequinox.ds.block_timeout=60000
    in deve configuration settings

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    Hello every one
    I am new for the DAVE and succesfully installed DAVE-4.4.2 but when I select file->new->daveproject it pop up DAVE project.
    After I gave the project name and selected the DAVE CE Project, I clicked the next button but it happens nothing,
    that means i cannt able to creat any dave project, could you help me?
    thanks in advance.

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    Beginner Beginner Erkan is on a distinguished road
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    Hello,

    I have similar issues, I tried reinstallation, be sure that unzipping of downloaded file is ok and install it in C:/FolderName, in my case that worked.

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