Hi Freaks, I am setting up production tools to program devices with ATXMEGA32E5 embedded. I am using "atprogram" CLI from AS7 to program the units. My problem is that the atprogram is apparently trying to program a user signature when my .elf file doesn't specify one. I am not using the user signature (at least intentionally). I am new to using the atprogram CLI but I don't see any flags in the help file to suppress writing a signature in the user signature block. Below is the command line that I have been using. Any of you experienced folks see something I should change to eliminate the error? The devices program fine with the flash, eeprom, and lockbits that I have in the ELF file, but I still get this error that I would like to eliminate. No user signature file was specified when I created the production ELF file.
C:\MRC Python GUI>"c:\Program Files (x86)\Atmel\Studio\7.0\atbackend\atprogram" -t atmelice -i pdi -d atxmega32e5 chiperase program -f C:\WLXS\Releases\VCU\VCU_V1.0.52\VCU_V1.0.52.elf verify -f C:\WLXS\Releases\VCU\VCU_V1.0.52\VCU_V1.0.52.elf
Firmware check OK
Chiperase completed successfully
[ERROR] Failed to write segment at 0x0 to target for memorytype signatures. (TCF Error code: 131103)
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