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#1 onedumbtrucker

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Posted 02 June 2016 - 07:06 PM

Hey all,

 

Wondering if anyone has any ideas about this. I have two different projects, both created for the Netduino3 Ethernet.

 

One is a simple blinking light for testing hardware and I can deploy and run it fine.

 

The other is the actual application I am developing and it worked the first couple times after I created it. (copied source code from an ND+ project). But now for some reason everytime I try to deploy I get the following message.

 

"Error 1 An error has occurred: please check your hardware. "

 
But if I switch over to my blinking light project I can deploy it fine.
 
 
One thing to note, I found I have to use the firmware updater tool to erase the application from the ND3E to switch projects. But that doesn't explain why one works and one doesn't.
 
I may try building the project from scratch again.
 
The only other difference I can see is that I included a reference to System.IO in the project that doesn't work.


#2 Nevyn

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Posted 03 June 2016 - 05:50 AM

Sounds like you might have inconsistent firmware versions.  Check that both projects reference the same version of the NETMF.

 

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#3 onedumbtrucker

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Posted 13 June 2016 - 10:16 PM

They do.



#4 HiredMind

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Posted 28 June 2016 - 02:18 AM

Look in the Visual Studio output window. There might be more detail there. Sometimes the detail is useful in and of itself, sometimes it's only useful as a means of providing a better error message to search for.

 

Main pull-down menu bar:

Debug -> Windows -> Output






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