so I started VESC tool to configure my new VESC6 but it says the firmware needs to be updated. So I go to the firmware page and it says Hardware Version 60 firmware VESC_default.bin
So I click on VESC_default.bin and click the update firmware button. It writes the data and disconnects.
Power cycle, reconnect and it says, "the connected VESC has too old firmware..."
Below that screen it says, "supported firmwares 3.25, 3.26, but I can't click on either of those, so I really don't know what I'm loading.
Then I read this: http://vesc-project.com/node/47 and it says to go to the upload bootloader tab and update the bootloader, but when I do that it says, "if the connected VESC already has a bootloader it will destroy the bootloader..." So I'm not excited about that but I click the Yes button and it immediately says, "the connected VESC has too old firmware..."
So how do I get the supported firmware into VESC Tool, and wouldn't it make sense to make naming convention for the firmware something like VESC_default_3.27.bin so I know what I'm loading?
Thanks for your help,