I am using CCS Version: 188.8.131.5201.
I have two systems one for development and one target system they are:
1) A C2000 docking station fitted with a F2808 DIMM module all off the shelf.
2) A custom target system fitted with a F2801 processor.
The objective is to run both systems from Flash memory.
The story to date is...
a) I can configure a target configuration based on an F2808 with an F2808 gel file with an F2808 cmd file, which programs and runs from flash fine.
b) I can change the cmd file to F2801, still fine.
c) I can changethe gel file to F2801, still fine.
d) I change the target configuration to a new one based on an F2801 with an F2801 cmd file and an F2801 gel file and I can’t program the flash memory with errors...
C28xx: Target did not halt properly during a Flash operation.
C28xx: Flash Programmer: Error on writing to flash memory.
C28xx: File Loader: Data verification failed at address 0x003F4000 Please verify target memory and memory map.
Error found during data verification. Ensure the linker command file matches the memory map.
e) The flash erase works fine.
f) The ‘program password’ works fine.
The only thing I can’t get to work is the load program on the F2801 target board.
I can run the code from RAM fine but flash just won’t program.
Any help would be appreciated. [:S]
I have a C2000 customer who tried the patch and has a question:
The patch initially worked fine on my Windows 7 machine. However, due do an unrelated issue I had to reinstall Windows 7.
After installing CCS4 1.02 and the patch on a clean Windows 7 install, I was unable to flash. I tried this several times with the same result. I uninstalled CCS4 1.02, and installed CCS4 1.01 and I am now able to flash. I then installed CCS4 1.02, installed the patch again, and I am able to flash now using CCS4 1.02.
It appears that the flash patch only works if CCS4 1.01 was installed before installing CCS4 1.02.
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