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PC can not recongnize the Rndis.
recently , I get two EVM. one is AM3715(MISTRAL),and OMAP3530(SEED in shenzhen/China).I was told the AM3715 and oamp3530 is pin-to-pin.
I download the xldruart.nb0 with pserial.exe and then download .raw to flash (on the EVM AM3715 ),then ,download nk.bin with Rndis,there are all no problems.
but with the Omap3530 EVM, I download the xldruart.nb0 and .RAW to flash,then, I want to download nk.bin via Rndis.BUT the message vis UART is :
Rndis::Address static map to addr=480AB000
Rndis::Get MAC address200,902F,B5D
ERROR:Boot device driver Init call failed
and the PC just recommand: can not recongnize USB item....But ,with the EVM 3715,it did work well.could you give me some suggestion what should i do??We are going to do a project with the IC OMAP3530 or AM3715 and do need your support....
thanks very much...
I'm not sure what SEED platform is and how different it is from the Mistral EVM (for OMAP3530).
Do you have a OMAP3530 Mistral EVM and if so can you try it on that board. The official BSP is verified on the OMAP3530 Mistral EVM (Rev G).
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