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Again just following this guide: https://reference.digilentinc.com/vivado/getting-started-with-ipi/start?_ga=2.157204989.738863100.1553677249-924004044.1549634437

I had it working, but then, when I just generate the bitstream again, without making any changes, export the hardware and launch the SDK, again without having made any changes, just repeating the steps, I'm able to program the device. All of this with no errors.

However, I get this when I try to "Launch on hardware".

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As I said, I had this working before, didn't make any changes, just repeated the steps.

Is this a normal problem? Did I miss something? I don't know how to debug this.

I did find this:

but refreshing doesn't help.

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Hi @aeon20,

Please attach a screen shot of your Vivado block design , SDK HW platform and Application/BSP and main.c sdk code.

Is the mode jumper JP1 on the Nexys A7 set to JTAG? 

best regards,

Jon

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