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C5515 ezdsp - can't run from RAM, after bad image flashed
I made a change to my program for the C5515 ezdsp, and flashed it in using norwriter. But it has caused some problem, and I can now connect to the target via CCS, but cannot load and run a new program into RAM. It says it's loading and running it, but it is really running the last program that I had flashed in. And I can't update the flash to get rid of that previously flashed, problem image ... because it won't run norwriter again.
Thanks for the followup, and info to compare against. That's odd that I see the OnReset(), where it should probably be OnRestart(), per your experience. I've started to wonder if something traumatic is happening during the load/startup, which throws the processor into reset.
I had “Reset the target on program load or restart” checked,
in Generic Debugger Options, and had overlooked that until recently. Its hard to believe that was the cause of my
original problem, since that came after loading an updated program into norflash. But it’s possible, as a result of trouble
from that code, I went through and changed things in Generic Debugger Options.
But I'm now able to load and run norwriter normally, and
flash in new code.
Thanks Dan, and all who contributed.
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