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  • #16
    Any Improvments with the issue?

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    • #17
      No one else has reported this issue, so it's even more certain it is something installed on you computers.

      If you go into device manager for your programming cable / CE5 / PA5, whatever (what is it?) is there a 'Power Management' tab?

      If it is there and the 'Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power' checkbox is checked, turn it off to see if that helps.

      Another idea, try loading the File, Samples, Picaso Designer, Picaso - Serial Comms, Terminal program.

      Change the
      Code:
                  print( [CHR] ch );   // if a key was received from PC, print its ascii value
      statement to
      Code:
                  print( [HEX2] ch, " " );   // if a key was received from PC, print its hex value
      and load it to FLASH.

      Observe the screen closely to see if anything is produced on it just after the flashes.

      If that is unsuccessful try again at a few different baud rates, place this after the gfx_Cls() ;
      Code:
         setbaud(BAUD_9600);            // set baud rate of COM0
      Try other common baud rates such as BAUD_14400, BAUD_19200, BAUD_38400, BAUD_56000, BAUD_57600, BAUD_128000, BAUD_256000.

      Maybe whatever it is that is taking over the port sends something that will give it away
      Mark

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