When you see this error message, please try again, as it is most likely due to an incorrect target device id (0x1180). If you are not seeing the error message, please contact us by clicking here to report the issue.
The device id 0x0 does not match the expected device id 0x1180, so we’re trying to figure out what it’s trying to tell us. It looks like it’s trying to tell us that the device ID on the target device is zero, but the device ID is actually 1180. That means the device ID on our device is 0x1180.
The device ID is just a number that represents the ID of the device that is being targeted, so I would think that the device ID should match the same number on the target device. In this case we’re talking about the device id 0x1180 which is our device, so it looks like we’re having a problem with our device.
We all know that 0x is for a bit, but 0x1180 is also a bit, so 0x1180 should be 0x1180. So the device ID 0x1180 doesn’t match the device ID 0x0.
In addition, we are also seeing an error with our targetid 0x1180, so that means that our target device id 0x0 is not the actual device id 0x1180.
We can see two different devices with the same device id. One is our device, and the other is our target device id 0x0. Looking at the device id 0x0 we see there are two devices on board, but we only have one target device id 0x1180. So our device id 0x0 only matches the device id 0x1180 on our target device id 0x0.
It is possible that our device ID 0x0 could possibly be the expected device ID 0x1180. If that’s the case, it is possible that the device ID 0x0 is the actual device ID 0x1180. This could happen if we had two devices with the same device ID, but in that case we would have only one device onboard.
If the target device id 0x0 does not match the device id 0x1180 then it could be that the device ID 0x0 could be the expected device ID 0x1180 but a different target device id, 0x0. Or it could be that the target device id is not known.