MC60 problem with flashing firmware

Hi there,

I am facing a strange problem. Qflash is showing this, when I try to browse the cfg file.I had recently installed compiler and other dependencies. I am using Win 10 64-bit. Also, QFlash 4.8 is not working in my laptop.
Previouly, I was using Win 7 64-bit and there were no such issues.

FAIL, Error ROM 4, 0x10000000

However, when I am using old cfg there is no such issue.

When I am selecting old cfg file

Dear Sir,
You mean you can not load new cfg file, but can load old cfg file with Qflash 4.12 ?
I think you can check whether the SDK version is in accordance with the base firmware; then make sure the new SDK path have no any space or special character or Chinese character.

Sorry for the delayed response. Yes, I am using SDK version 1.6 and base firmware MC60CAR01A10. This is SDK path

Dear Sir,
The FW and SDK are normal, have no any problem. Please confirm whether can upgrade successful if you change another base FW, then try to upgrade the matched SDK, but please make sure the SDK have compiled successful. Thanks!

SDK have compiled successfully even I tried to use SDK with command version still same issue

These are logs what I got in build folder of SDK

/usr/bin/sh: -c: line 1: syntax error near unexpected token (m' /usr/bin/sh: -c: line 1:if not exist build\gcc (md build\gcc)’
make.exe[1]: *** [CreateDir] Error 258
make: *** [all] Error 2

Also, I had checked the version of compiler using cmd

Dear Sir,
Please make sure the GCC compiler you used is correct, and install path have no any issues. Please check the following picture, obviously, your compiler process is not correct, so please check your compiler tool in your side. Thanks!

The following link is the APP upgrade video in my side, you can have a look. Hopefully it is useful to you. Thanks!

Sir, where I am going wrong. I had no idea. I had downloaded GCC compiler from Quectel website only from this link.

I had verified my gcc version using cmd. It’s showing 4.7.2
Please help me. By using eclipse and cmd I had compiled on other laptop it’s successfully built without any issue. Previously, I was using Windows7 64-bit and everything was perfect.