Setup Microduino-CoreSTM32 with Maple IDE (Windows)
- Download Maple IDE on
- Although the document says Maple only supports WinXP 32-bit, but you can also run it on Windows 7 or Windows 8 with some workaroud.
- UnZip the Maple IDE into a folder, like C:\maple\
- If you are using Windows XP, just plug Microduino-CoreSTM32 into your USB port, Open your Device Manager, you will see a Device named "Maple", with a yellow exclamation.
- Right click on the Maple, Select "Update Driver". Click on "Not this time", then Next.
- Select the following option: Install from a list or specific location (Advanced), and then click Next.
- Select "Search for the best drivers in these locations", Click on "Include this location in the search, and then Browse into folder like "C:\maple\drivers", Click Next.
- You should now have the CoreSTM32 driver installed.
If you ar using Windows 7 64bit or Windows 8
- Make sure you have already installed driver of CoreSTM32.If you use the upper software, you should installed all the packate for STM32 module.
- Run Maple IDE, click menu Tools -> Board, select Microduino-CoreSTM32 to RAM if you just want to test the program, or Microduino-CoreSTM32 to Flash if you want to run the program after resetting the board.
Setup Microduino-CoreSTM32 with ST-Link debugger
If you have a ST-Link debugger or a STMicroelectronics' Discovery board, you can debug and download programs using ST-Link.
ST-Link Debugger connection
| SWD Pin
|| JTAG Pin
|| Pin Name
|| CoreSTM32 Pin
|| MCU Pin
|| VDD from the CoreSTM32
|| SWD Clock
|| SWD Data input/output
|| TRACESWO if async trace enabled, not necessary
Download bootloader(firmware) using Microduino-USB2TTL
- Plug CoreARM on USB2TTL module, connect the USB2TTL module(NOT CoreARM) to your computer.
- Open Flash loader demonstrator, when you see the following dialog, press and hold the BUT button, then click the RESET button, and then release the BUT button. Then click "Next"
- Click Next again on this page
- Check if the Target is 128K, and all pages are UnProtected, click Next
- Select "Download to Device", browse to the "maple_mini_boot.bin", click Next
- Wait for the progress finish. When the Flash loader promts "Download operation finished successfully", your Microduino-CoreSTM32 is OK to use!