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 Post subject: Atom programming error "Unable to verify location 0002"
PostPosted: Fri Apr 26, 2013 3:19 pm 
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I recently found my Atom 28 after not using it for many years. I am using the legacy Basic Micro IDE. When i try to program a simple piece of code to flash an LED:

main
high p0
pause 200
low p0
pause 200
goto main

Programming seems to go smoothly until it gets to the final 'verification' when I get the following error: "Unable to verify location 0002". Any ideas?

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 Post subject: Re: Atom programming error "Could not verify location 0002"
PostPosted: Sat Apr 27, 2013 10:43 am 
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Update on information after looking at other posts on this issue -

I'm using the legacy 2.2.1 IDE on my old laptop with an onboard serial port - therefore no FTDI adaptors. This hardware worked perfectly well about 3 years ago but now I am unable to program anything into my Atom. The programming phase gets to 100%, the verification phase gets to 100%, the IDE then kicks back an error "Could not verify location 0002". I am presuming the data uploaded to the Atom is not correct because the program does not execute (i.e. the LED does not flash) when I try to run it by resetting the Atom. Interestingly if I try some different code I get a verification error at another location (0006).

I have tried increasing the Read and reset constants in the Advanced communications section - no success :(

Please help. Could it be that the bootloader on my Atom has become corrupted after its 3 year storage?


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 Post subject: Re: Atom programming error "Unable to verify location 0002"
PostPosted: Mon Apr 29, 2013 6:10 pm 
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Its failing to write location 2 properly. Could be the chip got damaged, over heated, static shocked. Also check for broken solder connections on the leads.

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