When I try ti import example project into CCS. It gave me the following error:
Also, I am using MDXEVM6657L. When select device to be C6657, I get build error for "the device not supported". But it works if select C target, C66xx.
I'm not familiar with this example. Did this come from a particular product? Could also provide the version numbers?
I come with the TMX320C6657L EVM.
My CCS Version is: 5.2.0.00069.
This appears to be a generic CCS-related issue rather than specific to EDMA3. Because of that, I have moved this thread over to the CCS forum in hopes that it will get a faster response there.
can you please confirm you imported using Project->Import existing CCS/Eclipse Project? Can you provide further details?
I did not use Project->Import existing CCS/Eclipse Project. I used TI Resource Explorer.
so you get this error right from the project explorer? I don't think I have that pdk version installed but I can see if I can reproduce this locally.
I seem unable to reproduce this. I had to install a couple newer versions of things I had but did not see the error you see. Could you pelase provide a few further details?
There isn't much detail to provide. Do you have some specific test for me to try?
do you get that error from the resource explorer import? Do you have the latest CCS version? Have you tried a fresh workspace? (I would assume so?) How did you install the MCSDK/pdk? Have you tried reinstalling?
do you get that error from the resource explorer import? Yes. The error message was in my first E2E above.
Do you have the latest CCS version? Yes.
Have you tried a fresh workspace? Yes. (I would assume so?)
How did you install the MCSDK/pdk? by running bios_mcsdk_02_00_09_21_setupwin32.exe
Have you tried reinstalling? No. Why should I?
ok, as mentioned I can not reproduce this. One reason I asked about reinstall is in case or corruption etc. Is there any further details you can provide? Do you get any logs?
just wanted to see whether there is an update to your enquiry.
I have past that. I got other examples to work.
I have post the following problem. Could you take a look? Thanks.
sorry, unfortunately I will have to leave your DMA question to the device experts ......
but I am very happy to hear you are past this issue. All the best with development.
I have submit this McBSP and EDMA3 issue mulitple times over past week. But never got a reply.
Could you forward my request to proper person or find someone to help me?
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