Offline updating nod32

Hi, I am trying to program a PIC32 with MPLAB X and a PICKit 3. I installed the driver (I tested both windows default and Microchip driver), I installed Java in last 32 and 64 bits versions and tested them both. When MPLAB tries to connect to the PICKit 3 after build and load, it returns this message : BUILD SUCCESSFUL (total time: 554ms) Loading E:/Kev/Documents/EPL/ELEC21/ELEC2531-Electronique II/Travail6/My App_v1/My App_v1/dist/default/production/My App_v1... The programmer could not be started: Could not connect to tool hardware: PICkit3Platform Tool, com.microchip.mplab.mdbcore. PICkit3Dbg Tool Manager My PICKit is plugged and detected by both Windows and MPLAB X (in the project properties). The error you are seing doesn't necessarily have to do with USB communications (although it might) so let's start with the basics. I was getting same error and it is solved once I have selected this way. Read complete You can write meoscarsernabarranquilla@Hi, My Pickit3 worked only in safe mode.

Configuration Bits: address 0x1FC02FF0: USERID = 65535 does not match any valid value in the device database. I'm not the only one who has this issue (with a similar configuration). Please let me know what version of MPLABX you are using and what device you are trying to debug? I'm trying to program a custom PIC32 device (designed by my teacher) which, btw, is working fine with other computers. Therefor I investigated which driver was the problem.

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Init Comm(RIDbg Tool Commands.java:95) at com.microchip.mplab.mdbcore. You can't have more than one application connected to the PICkit at the same time. I can not connect with my PICkit3 using the MPLAB X. If I run the MPLABX as administrator, Pickit3 works properly. Hi, I tried to solve the same issue by installing MPLAB 8.87 and updating the PICkit 3 firmware as described Dirk_G in another thread.

I'm not fully happy with this pseudo-solution but well... If I find out why MPLAB does not want to connect the PICKit in normal mode I'll tell you. One thing that caught my attention was the fact that you are also using the PICkit stand alone program as well. The PICkit3 was connecting to MPLAB 8 instead of MPLAB X v1.0. I had the same issue in both MPLAB(v8.85) and MPLAB-X(v1.10) in Windows7 64bit. Solution: When you execute either MPLAB or MPLABX, you can run the program as an administrator. For those who don't know how to run it as an administrator, you can right-click on the icon, then go to "properties", go to "Compatibility" tab, make sure "Run this program as an administrator" box is checked. I can confirm that MPLABX does not see the Pickit3 when I run it as a normal user.

RIDbg Tool Base$Connect Thread.run(RIDbg Tool Base.java:7246) [catch] at Furthermore, in normal mode, I can use the software PICKit3 Programmer V1.0.0.0.

I don't know why but in windows safe mode, MPLABX is able to connect my PICKit3. 1) its not a driver issue 2) its not an installation issue 3) its not a java issue...

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