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 Post subject: can't figure out a bot board error message ~ Hex Bot program
PostPosted: Sun Jul 25, 2010 12:50 am 
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Hi All
I get an error of attached file during past week while I was installing the AH3-R Hex bot program.
1. We check the wires very carefully including the power, communicaton ...etc
2. there is no error when we try to load a simple program, just several lines of program
3. According to the AH3-R manual, there should be a "beep" sound after installation, but here don't have this sound
4. we change computer but also no works

please see attached file
Thanks for your help.


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 Post subject: Re: can't figure out a bot board error message ~ Hex Bot pro
PostPosted: Sun Jul 25, 2010 2:47 am 
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Hello Kkrobert.
The first thing that I noticed is the header in the program says the code was written in Pro 8017 compiler, but you are obviously using it with Studio. Syntax and other factors have changed between the old (8017) and new (Studio) compiler. You should check all this code against the manual with Studio in the "Help". You should also consider posting all your code here if you can't find the problem after doing that.
Take care and good luck.
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 Post subject: Re: can't figure out a bot board error message ~ Hex Bot pro
PostPosted: Sun Jul 25, 2010 1:59 pm 
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Looks more like a machine, Compiler or Install issue. i.e. - Normal syntax change errors would show up the build window at the bottom. Need more information. Assumption you have a Lynxmotion Bot Board 2, with a Basic Atom Pro 28 chip installed.

From a quick look it does not look like the compiler had fully started yet as there are no debug messages in the build window. Did you hit the build button or the program button?

0) What version of studio are you using?
1) What Computer, OS, 32 or 64 bit (makes difference on Vista or W7)
2) I assume the program was generated by Powerpod. What options did you select, is it the current version of powerpod.
3) What RS2332 connection are you using? Hardwired port or USB to serial cable. If so which one. I noticed that the comm port was com50? Wonder if studio likes this? Wonder if you reconfigure your comm port to a lower number if that would make a difference?

4) How is your board powered? Have you tried new/ recharging batteries?

Probably more questions, but this is a good start...

Kurt


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 Post subject: Re: can't figure out a bot board error message ~ Hex Bot pro
PostPosted: Mon Jul 26, 2010 4:59 pm 
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ALso did you install with Admin privledges while you were installing? Also it looks liek you are uisng a Japanese or mayb Chinese version of Windows. It's possible these versions of windows don't liek the default installation path. If you choose a Custom installation you can change the default install path to somethign simpler. You may want to install to C:\BasicMicro instead of the default path to see if the path is the issue.

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