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srineshthakur
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Spartan 3E 1600E Help needed regarding PROM Configuration

Hello,
       I am using  Spartan 3e 1600e FPGA board package fg320  from xilinx and PROM XCF04S,and using Xilinx ISE webpack 12.4 software,  I am using Master serial mode configuration and i have assigned all the jumpers  M0, M1, M2 correctly and using Platform USB cable.

My FPGA is programmed properly and generated bits file is verified successfully and its working perfectly according to requirements.

 when I tried to implement the same "mcs file"  on PROM, Its saying " Programm succeeded"  but the programmed is not getting installed on FPGA board even the LED on the board does not glow even after it got succeeded.
Help me out and can any one let me know what can be the problem??.

 

I Guess there is some problem on the board or with settings, I got some INFO messages which i highlighted. Please let me know if u have any solution.

 

Given below is the console message.

 

GUI --- Auto connect to cable...
AutoDetecting cable. Please wait.
PROGRESS_START - Starting Operation.
Connecting to cable (Usb Port - USB21).
Checking cable driver.
 Driver file xusb_emb.sys found.
 Driver version: src=1029, dest=1029.
 Driver windrvr6.sys version = 8.1.1.0. WinDriver v8.11 Jungo (c) 1997 - 2006 Build Date: Oct 16 2006 X86 32bit SYS 12:35:07, version = 811.
 Cable PID = 0008.
 Max current requested during enumeration is 74 mA.
Type = 0x0004.
 Cable Type = 3, Revision = 0.
 Setting cable speed to 6 MHz.
Cable connection established.
Firmware version = 1029.
File version of C:/Xilinx/12.4/ISE_DS/ISE/data/xusb_xlp.hex = 1303.
Firmware hex file version = 1303.
Downloading C:/Xilinx/12.4/ISE_DS/ISE/data/xusb_xlp.hex.
Downloaded firmware version = 1303.
PLD file version = 0012h.
 PLD version = 0012h.
PROGRESS_END - End Operation.
Elapsed time =      0 sec.
Type = 0x0004.
 ESN device is not available for this cable.
INFO:iMPACT - Current time: Wed 23. Mar 11:24:46 2011
PROGRESS_START - Starting Operation.
Maximum TCK operating frequency for this device chain: 10000000.
Validating chain...
Boundary-scan chain validated successfully.
'2': Erasing device...
'2': Erasure completed successfully.
'2': Programming device...
done.
'2': Putting device in ISP mode...done.
'2': Putting device in ISP mode...done.
'2': Verifying device...done.
'2': Verification completed successfully.
'2': Calculated checksum matches expected checksum, 00001dd30
'2': Putting device in ISP mode...done.
'2': Putting device in ISP mode...done.
'2': Setting user-programmable bits...
done.
'2': Putting device in ISP mode...done.
'2': Starting FPGA Load with Prom Data...INFO:iMPACT:563 - '2':Please ensure proper connections as specified by the data book ...
'2': Programming completed successfully.
'2': Programming completed successfully.
PROGRESS_END - End Operation.
Elapsed time =     16 sec.
INFO:iMPACT - Current time: Wed 23. Mar 11:25:05 2011
PROGRESS_START - Starting Operation.
Maximum TCK operating frequency for this device chain: 10000000.
Validating chain...
Boundary-scan chain validated successfully.
'3': Erasing device...
'3': Erasure completed successfully.
'3': Programming device...
done.
'3': Putting device in ISP mode...done.
'3': Putting device in ISP mode...done.
'3': Verifying device...done.
'3': Verification completed successfully.
'3': Calculated checksum matches expected checksum, 00498ecc3
'3': Putting device in ISP mode...done.
'3': Putting device in ISP mode...done.
'3': Setting user-programmable bits...
done.
'3': Putting device in ISP mode...done.
'3': Starting FPGA Load with Prom Data...INFO:iMPACT:563 - '3':Please ensure proper connections as specified by the data book ...
'3': Programming completed successfully.
'3': Programming completed successfully.
PROGRESS_END - End Operation.
Elapsed time =     12 sec.

 

 

waiting for the replies..

 

thanks in advance.

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It is much easier to help you -- and much easier to read these forums -- if you post only one thread for each new problem.  This thread is a duplicate of the one you posted in the board and kits forum.

 

The boards and kits forum thread is where you should continue this discussion.

 

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