I have recently rebuilt my computer and started with a fresh install of AVR Studio 7.
I have a few projects going, some with Xmega 128A4U and some with Xmega256A3B.
Last night I saw my AVR ISP MKii's got upgraded to version 1.18 software.
At this point, I can read memory and device signature from my 256A3B's but any attempt to work with my 128A4U's produces an error message:
"07:57:35: [ERROR] Failed to enter programming mode. Error status received from tool: Result received is 0x02., ModuleName: TCF (TCF command: Device:startSession failed.)"
The other AVRISP MKII unit gets a result received of 0x03.
I have also seen it suggest that I have the programming header reversed several times, which, I do not.
I see this happen on a brand new Xmega128A4U project I assembled yesterday, but I also see it on an existing PCB which I have developed against for months, that I could easily read and re-program before this latest software.
I am really at a loss. Any clue on what to do to talk to these A4U??
I tried from Atmel Studio 6.2 and see the same things.
Mike in Alaska