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6670 i2c boot
I'm currently working on 6670 boot. Our boot mode is i2c master boot mode. We've created boot table which is a hex format file. By using some utilities, such as b2i2c.exe,
b2ccs.exe, myparser.exe, we got a file which including both boot parameter table and boot table. And we've written the file to eeprom via eeprom writer. But after writing, the
device still can't boot from power on state. Could you tell me why should this happen? Was there sth wrong in the progress of creating boot table?
We're really in a hurry. So please help me.
Thanks a million
You have the sample codes in MCSDK. Please check the C:\CISWAPPS\Bootloader\RBL\I2CBoot.
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