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Respected Sir / Madam,
I am using CCSV4 and i am using XDS 510 JTAG for programming my Centaurus(TMDXEVM8148ALP) board .I am trying to connect ARM Cortex A8, but when i try to connect CCS to the target after loading GEL files,after some time it stops at "MMU has been written" and then i get error message "the GEL callback "OnTargetConnect()" is no longer running atomically". Can anybody help me in this regard. I am not understanding what to do. I restart my PC and CCS several times,also i tried to clean my project and rebuild it but nothing worked. I also tried CPU reset and SYSTEM reset but nothing helped.
Thanks in advance.
Could you provide the GEL file you are using for the A8? Also provide the exact version number of you CCSv4 install.
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In reply to Ki-Soo Lee:
Thanks for reply Ki. i am sending you my Gel files and i am using CCS 4.2.200033 . I am attaching my Gel files as you said(saved as .txt format) 7485.evmDM8148.txt5807.New_Centaurus_20Mhz.txt.
In reply to pankaj sethia:
ki i am waiting for your rply.
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