renegadebliss

LPCXpresso not showing NXPLPC1700 Projects

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Hello,

  I am trying to get started with the LPC17 CORE module for my Midibox Seq v4.

 

I am following the instructions that are posted here:

 

http://www.ucapps.de/mbhp_core_lpc17.html

 

 

following the steps for installing the MIOS32 Bootloader

 

I've downloaded the LPCXpresso 5.2.6 and I have installed and registered.

 

It does say this now on the Splash Screen:

LPCXpresso5 is fully activated.

 

The instructions on the above link indicates this:

 

"After the LPCxpresso IDE has been opened, create a new "FreeRTOS project" for LPC1700 controllers.

This project is only used as a dummy to enable the flash programmer - you don't need to change something in the code template, it won't run under MIOS32 anyhow!
(You will transfer a precompiled binary into the flash)"

 

 

 

But when I go to "Create New project" it doesn't show ANY NXP  option.  

 

 

It says this:

Wizard:

 

LPC11/LPC12

LPC13/LPC17/LCP18

LPC2x/LPC3x

LPC4

LPC8xx

 

 

I'm attaching a picture showing the New Project Wizard?

 

 

Is there something I'm, supporsed to Import first?

Should I be selecting New Project?  Is there different steps?

 

 

Thanks!

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You need to select the LPC13/LPC17/LCP18 option

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Thx!  I wasn't sure if there was an LCP17  and LCP1759, so didn't want to assume, not knowing the NXP Products very well.

 

I see when that expands, it has an lpc175x_6x

 

 

I'm assuming the FreeRTOS under that is what I want to select.

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Actually, it should be lpc1769 , so with that said...

which selection under lcp17 do i select it has:

 

lpc175x_6x

lpx177x_8x

 

 

?

Edited by renegadebliss

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Should be lpc175x_6x

(setting works for LPC1750..LPC1769)

 

Best Regards, Thorsten.

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