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Part Number: DLPC6401
I am working on DLP display project. We used an DLPC6401 as DLP Data Processor.
A parallel flash memory is connected on it. I want to install the firmware into the flash by I2C1 interface via the DLPC6401 GUI 1.0 tool.
I receive the foloowing message : "Unable to entrer programming mode" after a program command.
the flash is empty when it is soldering on board.
Have you an idea on this problem?
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In reply to Vivek Thakur:
At a minimum on the flash bootloader code must be residing, which is located in the first 128kB memory; I would recommend you to remove the flash on the board and then copy first 128kB data from the DLPC6401 firmware binary and then install it back, then you have to use BOOT HOLD pin to connect to GND for downloading the full image.
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In reply to Sanjeev:
Thanks you for your answer.
If I understand, correctly, the flash memory must be programmed before ist wiring on circuit board.
the flash memory is on parallel mode. Can you give me a programmer reference for this parallel memory class?
the memory is a S29GL032N90TF1040.
Thank for your answer.
In reply to Michel Da Silva:
You have to install minimum boot-loader code on the flash. Otherwise GUI tool will not work.
We have downloaded S8 ANHUAOE firmware (DPP6401F_DCLK120_v1p3p0_Appv1p3p1_SEQ190_HSG_GammaVideo_test.img) into the flash (S29GL032N90) from an external programmer (FlashcatUSB). Then we soldered this flash on our PCB. On the PCB we put the HOLD_BOOTLOADER signal to the GND (GPIO_19) and started the card. We communicate in I2C with the devsys board and the DLPC6401_GUI_1.0 software application. We have downloaded your firmware again from the I2C commands (DLPC6401_GUI_1.0 exe) and everything looks OK. However, when we do a get hardware status we have a detection of illegal memory access (cf attached file pb_flash.pdf) When we put the signal HOLD_BOOTLOADER at 3.3V and we restart the card, it is impossible to communicate in I2C. Do you have an idea of the problem? thank you in advance for your help
Here are some additional details :
When we put GPIO19 pin to GND to enter in bootloader mode and restart the board :
I2C communication is ok from DLPC6401_GUI_1.0 (downloaded from the TI website) ,
The flash download of the full image from DLPC6401_GUI_1.0 application seems to work well (no failed status).
But we have the following status on I2C:
eDRAM Initailization Complete is checked
illegal memory access is checked ? ?
FRB Overflow is checked ??
Internal memory status is checked
Mailbox download compete is checked
User gpio status is checked
DMD Park Status is checked
Sequence Run flag is checked
Extended Primary Color Correction Function Enable is checked
Others are unchecked
When we put GPIO19 pin to high and restart the board:
After power on, PWR_GOOD goes high
GPIO26 (INIT_BUSY) goes high during few ms then goes low.
There isn’t active high pulse on GPIO26 following the initialization period.
problem: After initialization I2C access is impossible ???
please can you help us to solve this problem ?
Could you collect UART0 debug log from the controller? You can use FTDI USB to serial cable http://www.ftdichip.com/Products/Cables/USBTTLSerial.htm and tap the TX line of the DLPC6401 to RX line of the FTDI cable collect the boot log and send it to us.
By the way have you updated the FlashDeviceParameters.txt file as per the sector address layout of the flash you are using?
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