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Problems Programming PIC32MX270F256D with ICD4

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Problems Programming PIC32MX270F256D with ICD4

I have two developers having the same issue with our ICD4's and this device.
Here are the error messages we receive:
 
Calculating memory ranges for operation...
Erasing...
The following memory area(s) will be programmed:
program memory: start address = 0x1d000000, end address = 0x1d036bff
program memory: start address = 0x1d03f000, end address = 0x1d03f7ff
configuration memory
boot config memory
Reception on endpoint 129 failed (err = -10121)
Programming did not complete.
A communication error with the debug tool has occurred. The tool will attempt to recover momentarily.
Transmission on endpoint 2 failed
 
Calculating memory ranges for operation...
Erasing...
The following memory area(s) will be programmed:
program memory: start address = 0x1d000000, end address = 0x1d036bff
program memory: start address = 0x1d03f000, end address = 0x1d03f7ff
configuration memory
boot config memory
Verify failed. [ BootFlash ] at 0x1fc00000, expected 0x0ff00002, got 0x13305029
You have set the program speed to Normal. The circuit on your board may require you to slow the speed down. Please change the setting in the tool properties to low and try the operation again.
Programming did not complete.


Anyone have any ideas or feedback?
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    Re: Problems Programming PIC32MX270F256D with ICD4 2020/09/28 13:38:46 (permalink)
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    You could try a known good quality usb cable.  Is there anything marginal about the program pair wiring?

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    Re: Problems Programming PIC32MX270F256D with ICD4 2020/09/28 13:52:00 (permalink)
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    We go from the gray 6 pin phone cable to one of the small PCB's with a phone plug and a female pin socket. The board has a 0.1" pin header soldered into it close to the chip. I think you might be onto something with the USB cable and maybe the port. Standard USB 2.0 ports seem to work the best, not the 'SS' high speed ports or USB 3.0
     
    Thanks!
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