Dear Experts :
My code has undergone migration changes from dsp bios to sys bios. While running the code in CCS v5, i get the following instruction fetch error copied below. While looking through some posts on similar topic , i read that i had to check the register B3 and the address of NRP. I checked using the disassembly tab and i see that NRP address range doesnt exist in the*.map file and the address in itself points to NOP. B3 register also looks suspicious with 0x0. What couldbe the problem?
[C64XP_2] d 3 0303014f message received 3 0303014fA0=0x0 A1=0x0
A16=0xc2ccb388 A17=0x92f[C64XP_2] d606d
B10=0x0 B11=0xe7b[C64XP_2] 0300
Exception at 0xe7b0300
Internal exception: IERR=0x1
Instruction fetch exception
ti.sysbios.family.c64p.Exception: line 248: E_exceptionMin: pc = 0xe004ea18, sp = 0x00000030.
xdc.runtime.Error.raise: terminating executi[C64XP_2] on
Please see my reply in your other post on this topic titled "Code crashing with message instruction fetch exception": http://e2e.ti.com/support/embedded/bios/f/355/p/185394/668158.aspx#668158
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