Bitstream programming failed and therefore the debugger does not respond.
By selecting different CPU architecture a new bitstream will be loaded if the one programmed inside the BlueBox debugger is faulty. Bitstream programming is done before the debugger connects to the target.
1. Create a new workspace by clicking File / Workspace / New Workspace.
2. Select a different CPU architecture via Hardware / Emulation Options / CPU tab.
3. Perform a CPU reset. CPU reset will fail, but winIDEA will program a different bitstream that depends on the CPU architecture use.
4. Return to your original workspace, perform download and correct bitstream will be programmed.
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