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by bukkun
Wed 21. Aug 2019, 09:52
Forum: PCAN-XCP
Topic: Cannot XCP intialize after app. abnormal end
Replies: 3
Views: 825

Re: Cannot XCP intialize after app. abnormal end

Thank you for your information and advice.
However we can not update to windows10 1903 series freely in my company.
I found that reboot the "Deivice setup manager" services and can re-open CAN-USB on my PC.

Best Regards,
by bukkun
Fri 2. Aug 2019, 03:42
Forum: PCAN-XCP
Topic: Cannot XCP intialize after app. abnormal end
Replies: 3
Views: 825

Cannot XCP intialize after app. abnormal end

Hellow.
I found XCP_initalizeCanCannel() return 0x500 after my application has abnormal stop or kill by windows task-manager.
Once logout windows-account, recover XCP_initalizeCanCannel() to normal return.
Could let me how to recover XCP_initalizeCanCannel() without logout windows-account?
by bukkun
Mon 11. Feb 2019, 08:27
Forum: PCAN-XCP
Topic: How do read DTO pakct?
Replies: 3
Views: 904

Re: How do read DTO pakct?

I found that when packetBufferLength of XCP_DequeuPacket() is smaller then 8, return error.
The packetBufferLength is equal 8, I can read DTOs from XCP_DequeuPacket().

Thank you for your good support.
by bukkun
Mon 11. Feb 2019, 08:01
Forum: PCAN-XCP
Topic: How do read DTO pakct?
Replies: 3
Views: 904

Re: How do read DTO pakct?

Hi. Tahnk you for your advice. I add a statement of calling XCP_TransportLayerCommand() to after SET_DAQ_LIST_MODE. (subcommand:SET_DAQ_ID, slave Response:0xFF, Block(with wait) mode). I download newist DLLs form your web-site. I tried to use PXCP.dll ver. 2.2.1.33. (with PCANBasic.dll 4.3.2.161 and...
by bukkun
Fri 8. Feb 2019, 16:36
Forum: PCAN-XCP
Topic: How do read DTO pakct?
Replies: 3
Views: 904

How do read DTO pakct?

I'm developing a monitoring XCP-DAQ application-spftware use PEAK-CAN-USB and PCAN-XCP APIs on Windows. Call SetDAQListPointer() to StartStopSynchronizedDAQList(). The slave node start to output DTO frames. After, How do read DTO pakct? When use CAN_Read() API, any part of DTO frames were thined out...