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Part Number: TDA3
I am following section 3.6 of VisionSDK_UserGuide_TDA3xx.pdf for QSPI_SD boot.
version of vision sdk is VISION_SDK_02_11_00_00.
I am using 15x15 TI TDA3xx EVM.
SW2 & SW3 Switch setting 10011000 10000001, SW8001 switch setting 0100 0001.
After performing steps 1, 2 & 3 from section 3.6.3 i get following output
QSPI Flash writer application
Enter Device type to use
1 - 1 bit read from flash
2 - 4 bit (Quad) read from flash
$ > 2
MID - 1
DID - 18
Enter 0 for Erase-Only (without flashing any image)
Note : File size should be less than 33554432 Bytes.
Enter the file path to flash: C:\VISION_SDK_02_11_00_00\vision_sdk\build\scripts\qspi_sd_tda3xx-evm\sbl_qspi_sd
Enter the Offset in bytes (HEX): 0x00
0 -> Erase Only Required Region
1 -> Erase Whole Flash
2 -> Skip Erase
Enter Erase Option:
0 -> fread using code (RTS Library)
1 -> load raw using CCS (Scripting console)
Enter Load Option:
Reading 85048 bytes from file...
Read 16384 bytes [19%] from file...
Read 32768 bytes [38%] from file...
Read 49152 bytes [57%] from file...
Read 65536 bytes [77%] from file...
Read 81920 bytes [96%] from file...
Read 85048 bytes [100%] from file. Done!!
QSPI whole chip erase in progress
QSPI Erase completed
QSPI file write started
file size to write: 85048 Bytes
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In reply to Mariya Petkova:
Can you pause the CPU and check where the execution is stuck?
The source for the flash writer exe is in starterware
and it it links with a qspi lib present at location
If it is stuck in waiting for flash status check the value returned from QSPI_FlashStatus and let us know.
In reply to Prasad Konnur:
In reply to Rahul Sharma71:
You can use the locate source from the CCS file editor window to browse to the file location in your pc.use the install path instead of C:\VISION_SDK_02_11_00_00
This happens when the binary is built from some other location and loaded from some other location (Ex in cases of pre built binaries)
qspi_flash_writer is an application which uses the qspilib.Locate the qspi_flash.c file from qspilib\qspi_flash location only and see where the code is stuck
Not sure why ccs is trying to take file from different folder.
For time being I copied qspi_flash.c, qspi_flash.h,qspi_cmd_init.c and qspi_cmd_init.h at the location where it is looking for these files. After that when I pause it stops at QSPI_executeCMD(). Please find attached screen shot for the same. Also that function is showing some error regarding cannot load from non primitive location.
What is the value returned from function QSPI_flashStatus()?
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