David Berger

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  1. David Berger

    Grounds on the uc32

    I am familiar with two labelled grounds on the chipkit uc32 and want to know if I can use any other pin as a general purpose ground to ground a button I'm trying to detect changes on. Can I use the GND on the SPI to ground a button? Is there some other pin that could be used as a ground? Best, David
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    "Cannot erase chip"

    I admit to not having figure it out. It's annoying and I've been using MPIDE as I've said. But, since that's deprecated, I'd like to get the real answer to making this work with the arduino IDE. I'm not believing it's that I need a new bootloader since I can successfully program the board from the other IDE
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    "Cannot erase chip"

    Re: the first post, I've got the board selected as a chipkit uc32 + the correctly set COM4 (in this case port). Fwiw, it's possible for me to program it from chipkit's proprietary MPIDE, but since that's deprecated, I'd just as soon get this working properly. One other item, I programmed a simple blink led routine on it (my intent is to use this to power a 3d 8x8x8 led cube) and was able to get it working and interesting can get the serial communication from the board to work with the arduino IDE. I'm concerned about reburning the bootloader since I have something almost working: use MPIDE to load a program and I don't want to break that totally. Thoughts? David
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    "Cannot erase chip"

    This may be the worst of the noob questions. I just purchased an uc32 as an upgrade to my use of arduino to get something more powerful and upon using the 1.6.8 arduino ide, the first sketch that I try to push to the board gives a "cannot erase chip" error. Thoughts? David --cut-- Sketch uses 19,096 bytes (3%) of program storage space. Maximum is 520,192 bytes. Global variables use 6,316 bytes of dynamic memory. Programmer for Microchip PIC32 microcontrollers, Version 2.0.186 Copyright: (C) 2011-2015 Serge Vakulenko Adapter: STK500v2 Bootloader Program area: 1d000000-1d1fffff Processor: Bootloader Flash memory: 2048 kbytes Boot memory: 80 kbytes Data: 19096 bytes Erase: Cannot erase chip.