Successfully merging a pull request may close this issue. and replacing that file in your 5/11 build. i think its because i tried the a copy of marlin 4 days ago but it has a "bug" that prevents me from controlling a 2nd part … I think that normally M502 and M500 then M501 would work, but you may have hit problems that existed in the eeprom emualtion code in that older version that means it does not update things correctly (There was a bug with memory alignment in the LPC1768 code), that bug has since been fixed. I'm loving this board and the features it brings. Malyan/Monoprice Connection Fix Marlin Flasher Makes it possible to change the EEPROM values of Marlin Firmware through OctoPrint Originally by Anderson Silva until 2018 development taken over by Charlie Powell in October 2020. The text was updated successfully, but these errors were encountered: hmm... would it make sense to reword the title to make this a feature request and request an option that allows to spec that the version number gets updated when doing the M500 like: M500 V to update version in eeprom to what is in firmware? Ask questions Marlin 2.0.5.3 gives "err:EEPROM Version" on LCD NO SUPPORT REQUESTS PLEASE. i did the usual M502 and M500 then M501, but the mismatch in version number is still there, i think its because i tried the a copy of marlin 4 days ago but it has a "bug" that prevents me from controlling a 2nd part cooling fan, so i had to go back to a copy from 5/11 that works, i read that people with radds/due used to flash repetier and then back to marlin to solve it, but that is not an option here, plus the printer is in another room and onboard sd-card of the REARM is hard to get to as wires pass close by, i can do it but i want to limit the amount of walking back and forth and taking the sd card in and out. Once complete you can click the "Restart Now" button, then "Proceed" and the EZPi will reboot. I got this issue when switching from Marlin 1.1.9 to Marlin 2.0.x. Compiling Marlin 2.0.5.3. NonVolatile.cpp:439: error: 'EEPROM' was not declared in this scope I asked him about the error, but he couldn't suggest anything other than he used the Arduino 1.0.5 IDE, but I d/l and installed Arduino 1.0.5-r2. privacy statement. You signed in with another tab or window. It would be a bummer if something as essential as EEPROM is irreparable. By clicking “Sign up for GitHub”, you agree to our terms of service and EEPROM Errors After flashing a new version of Marlin, the existing EEPROM contents may no longer conform to the updated EEPROM layout. How is it that we change the eeprom version number? Done! I am running an Anet A8 using Octoprint and Marlin 2.x using Bilinear Bed Leveling. Then, click on the "Clone or download" button and select to download a zip file. Support Requests posted here will be automatically closed! M502; M851 Z-2.48; M500; M117 Firmware Updated, Un-comment this line in configuration_store.cpp, re-flash, and we'll be able to see the general location where the data-size differs…. [Bugfix-2.0.x] Error:EEPROM datasize error. Resetting the EEPROM via the Printer LCD You can reset the EEPROM from the Printer LCD by going to Control>Reset EEPROM>Reset EEPROM and then Control>Store Settings. I fixed this issue by following instructions from issue 11415. BigTreeTech SKR Pro V1.1 or V1.2; Adding a EEPROM: This Instructable is for adding an I2C EEPROM module to the BTT SKR Pro V1.1 or V1.2 to utilize EEPROM storage within Marlain 2.0.x.There are other ways to do this that emulate EEPROM storage via flash storage in the ARM processor and also using an … This issue has been automatically locked since there has not been any recent activity after it was closed. I don't think messing around with the version number is going to help you fix the basic problem you have. Sometimes the printer firmware (Marlin) does not update correctly and results in the CRC mismatch error. You are all done! Now all preparations are completed and we can start compiling Marlin. Seems by uncommenting, I still have 800 bytes spare... let's see what happens when I upload! Same here... Ender 5, 2.0.3 -->2.0.4.4 'ERR: EEPROM Version' showed at bottom of start up screen But the old version of the code that you are trying to use has a bug that means that nothing will be written to eeprom in some circumstances (the buffer used to store the eeprom data is not correctly aligned) which means that the M502 and M500 then M501 will not clear and fix the version number. To fix the version number you need to have code that can write to eeprom and at the moment you don't have that. Marlin=V55) Recv: echo:Hardcoded Default Settings Loaded Not sure where I screwed up any ideas what to look for? Setting ALL EEPROM values to 0 and then flashing the new firmware to the board fixes it. \x01 Marlin=V55) Recv: ok [...] Send: M501 Recv: echo:EEPROM version mismatch (EEPROM=? The Marlin EEPROM editor provides an easy to use, feature-rich UI to edit your machine’s configuration. I downloaded all the used Arduino IDE’s from the official homepage, and downloaded the Marlin firmware directly from github, and also the board definition. If you get an error similar to below, then have a look at our I2C Error Marlin 2 … I just encountered this with 2.0.4.4 on my LPC1768 and after the reboot all clear! The text was updated successfully, but these errors were encountered: I suspect that I don't have enough EEPROM left for a 4 x 4 matrix, I think so or not enough to store current eeprom data structure. https://github.com/MarlinFirmware/Marlin/blob/bugfix-2.0.x/Marlin/src/HAL/HAL_LPC1768/persistent_store_flash.cpp Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community. # define EEPROM_SETTINGS // Enable for M500 and M501 commands // #define DISABLE_M503 // Saves ~2700 bytes of PROGMEM. dont forget to run M502 to restore your firmwares default EEPROM. And it is not surprising, since they have perfectly understood the “Maker” movement and have adapted to … You may be able to fix it by downloading a current version of persistent_store_flash.cpp: mean. Edit: had to wait for print to finish... uncommented the EEPROM_AUTO_INIT and uploaded... no error message... thanks (and it still fits..just!). will give it a go later in the day, but i that much that the problem is only due to that eeprom now have a newer version number than the firmware does, changing the version number just throws a crc error, but the version error was gone so i tried to hit init eeprom from the display as i did no not know the code to send over serial. Sign in Lately the new electronic boards of the company BigTreeTech (SKR V1.4 and SKR 1.4 Turbo) are enjoying quite a notoriety within the world of 3D printing. privacy statement. If this is the case, Marlin offers you the possibility of resetting it with a simple button click, so it is not something to worry about excessively. As a result, you may see an error like one of these: I fixed this issue by following instructions from issue 11415. Hopefully it's not the latter. # define EEPROM_CHITCHAT // Give feedback on EEPROM commands. BIGTREETECH SKR V1.4 Turbo 32bit Controller Panel Board for 3D Printer Compatible With12864LCD/ TFT24 Support 8825/TMC2208/Tmc2130 (with 5TMC2209): This is the heart of this upgrade.The stock board is an 8-bit board and this one is 32-bit with a bunch of better features like sensorless homing and UART. Marlin has an option to initialize the eeprom under configuration=>advanced config .. that worked for me. With Marlin’s EEPROM functions activated, a user can set, adjust, tweak or otherwise modify a printer’s settings until everything is just so, and then save them such that they will not only survive a reboot (or even a complete re-flash of the firmware), but they will also appear as the default settings every time the printer is turned on. But any other changes to your configuration values will be reset. You just end up using whatever is already in there. I'll add to what @Roxy-3D commented and add a reboot. will try and change version back and do an init from display again. I'd also like to know if this issue is a bug in Marlin bugfix-2.0.x or is it the board's fault? However we can’t remove the reference in the HAL version. It may look like it has (because you may get lucky and change the memory alignment of things so that the write works), but the problem will likely as not come back if you change anything else. to your account. We’ll occasionally send you account related emails. I am running an Anet A8 using Octoprint and Marlin 2.x using Bilinear Bed Leveling. https://github.com/MarlinFirmware/Marlin/blob/bugfix-2.0.x/Marlin/src/HAL/HAL_LPC1768/persistent_store_flash.cpp. Download the latest Marlin 1.1.x source code from github; Configure, Compile and Upload Marlin 1.1.x to your Ender-5; Reset EEPROM configuration and do a manual bed leveling; Download and install a proper bootloader. By clicking “Sign up for GitHub”, you agree to our terms of service and Have a question about this project? The Marlin Arduino window should be opened with a lot of different tabs. Hardware. Without EEPROM enabled, when you change a setting (such as your esteps, which are important to tweak when calibrating your printer), you have to connect the … i would have just upgraded to the latest copy but with that i loose control of the extra large bed cooling fan i use after print is done, i have a seperate issue on that but with my limited skills i cant figure that even thou i try answering the best i can when others reply to that issue: its this issue #12831, just replaced persistent_store_flash.cpp and building, will report back later, so think i will close this one again unless it can serve a usefull purpose like being the basis for a feature or something like it, I got this issue when switching from Marlin 1.1.9 to Marlin 2.0.x. In the file arduino.cpp (See path below) there is a section that is currently being duplicated in the HAL/shared/eeprom_i2c.cpp file. Disable to save PROGMEM. Hello there I am trying to upgrade the firmware of my 3D printer, but don’t worry my problem is much more software than hardware based. You might see that after the reboot you get an error message on your printer's display saying "Err: EEPROM Version". I suspect that I don't have enough EEPROM left for a 4 x 4 matrix since I am already on the ragged edge memory wise with the stock ANET board. You signed in with another tab or window. dont forget to run M502 to restore your firmwares default EEPROM Enter "Marlin EEPROM" and then click "Install" on the "Marlin EEPROM Editor" plugin with the authors "Charlie Powell, Anderson Silva" The installation will run, this may take a few minutes. Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community. Disable for release! Oddly with #define DEBUG_EEPROM_READWRITE I did not receive an error! Successfully merging a pull request may close this issue. At this point in time on some versions of Marlin 2 there is a conflict created when using the I2C EEPROM on the LPC176X chipsets. This is looking even more "bug-like" but difficult to reproduce. This is my post flash code so that can not be it. We wanna make sure, we get the latest version with all the latest bugfixes. Correcting the Issue With On-board EEPROM for the BTT GTR V1.0: NOTE: this has been corrected with the most current versions of Marlin.As it is; when the I2C EEPROM is enabled and trying to save to it or initializing it will cause the board reset.Well, I decided to try the build that BTT provided on Github with … This will clear the EEPROM and then store the default settings. M501 – Loads the current values from the EEPROM. On the Marlin github page, first click on the Branch button and then select the bugfix-2.0.x version. Marlin uses the EEPROM to store the printer settings and loads them up the next time the machine powers up. Revision 1.2 SMA America, Incorporated Copyright 2004 Page 3 of 4 Field Procedure for Restarting a Sunny Boy Inverter that has displayed the error code EEPROM_d This issue has been automatically locked since there has not been any recent activity after it was closed. It means you need to do M502, M500 to update the EEPROM, because you've changed the required storage size of the EEPROM by modifying GRID_MAX_POINTS_X. I didn't have it implemented in 2.0.3.. had to remove PIDBed as 2.0.4.4 upload was 172bytes over... (Note to self... get 32bit board!). Note: On regular Marlin printers it will show “Init. Please open a new issue for related bugs. Recv: echo:EEPROM version mismatch (EEPROM=! // // Host Keepalive // // When enabled Marlin will send a busy status message to the host M502 M500, Reboot got rid of it... As I said above M502 and M500 then M501 is normally enough to clear the eeprom and write a new version of everything including the version number. In the latest versions of Marlin, and quite rightly, the programmers have added a new option that tells you if the Eeprom is corrupt. This step is completely optional if you decide to install Marlin 1.1.x with its own bootcode. Step 4 – Enter the new PID Tune values. I tried changing #define GRID_MAX_POINTS_X 3 to #define GRID_MAX_POINTS_X 4, I get the usual flash successful message but then an Octopi disconnect with Error: "EEPROM datasize error.". We’ll occasionally send you account related emails. Setting ALL EEPROM values to 0 and then flashing the new firmware to the board fixes it. "Error: EEPROM datasize error." Changing the source code and re-flashing the firmware does not change the contents of EEPROM. This means that the Mainboard memory does not match what the firmware is expecting, … Already on GitHub? I made no additional changes ( other than the mesh size of course). Already on GitHub? Your mesh data for bed leveling will be preserved. to your account. I'm no programmer and have spent the last week or so googling that error, but everything I've found is not helping me. Hi, I am having issues compiling Marlin 2.0.x form my malyan M200 printer and I have discussed it with guys over at Marlin forum but it all points to broken dependencies further down the … Have a question about this project? Sign in i did the usual M502 and M500 then M501, but the mismatch in version number is still there. To test the configuration click Sketch – Verify. So we started with M301 P22.20 I1.08 D114.00 and our new values are; Kp 40.63 Ki 5.98 Kd 69.06 This makes the new code to enter in the command line: M301 P40.63 I5.98 D69.06 One received then enter M500 to save the new values to the eeprom.. How is it that we change the eeprom version number? The first step was to enable the EEPROM, a bit of flash memory located on the RAMPS 1.4 board. Please open a new issue for related bugs. but i will try what you suggest when time etc allows. This Issue Queue is for Marlin bug reports and development-related issues, and we prefer not to handle user-support questions here. This happens when you upgrade from an older version of Marlin firmware to 2.0 and you can resolve it quickly by entering the printer menu, then going to the configuration menu and finally entering the Advanced Settings menu. Navigate to Marlin and open the Marlin.ino file with Arduino IDE. In this video I scroll through the configuration.h file and point out setting that need to be changed in the latest marlin firmware. In this video, I demonstrate how to activate the EEPROM functions in Marlin, and explain briefly how to use them. What does " Error: EEPROM datasize error." 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