F28035 Piccolo Flash Erase Crashes, Does Not Work

I am attempting to use the flash API to erase & write to flash memory from within my program during runtime. 

 

I can succesfully write data to the flash. Here is the code I am using to write a number to the flash:

status = Flash2803x_Program( (Uint16 *) 0x3F4000, &number , 1, &FlashStatus );
if (status != 0) { TxString("Error programming flash!\n\r"); TxNumber(status); }

 

However, I am not able to erase the flash. Here is the code I am trying to erase with:

status = Flash2803x_Erase( SECTORG,&FlashStatus );
if (status != 0) {  TxString("Error erasing flash!\n\r"); TxNumber(status); }

 

When I call that erase code, it does not ever finish with the Flash2803x_Erase function, and so it does not spit out an erase status. When I call it, the program crashes and it seems memory is overwritten (all of my watch variables become 2989). In order to run the program again, I have to reprogram the chip. CCS reports the following when the chip crashes:

Trouble Reading PC Register:
Error 0x00000004/-1142
Error during: Register, 
Processor blocked debug accesses. An operation was attempted while the CPU was in a non-debuggable context. To continue to honor the debug context, press Cancel. To force debug access, press Rude Retry.

 

Any suggestions?

Thanks,
Brandon 

 

P.S. Below is some of my initialization code:

#define SECTORA   (Uint16)0x0001
#define SECTORB   (Uint16)0x0002
#define SECTORC   (Uint16)0x0004
#define SECTORD   (Uint16)0x0008
#define SECTORE   (Uint16)0x0010
#define SECTORF   (Uint16)0x0020
#define SECTORG   (Uint16)0x0040
#define SECTORH   (Uint16)0x0080

#define SECTOR_F2803x (SECTORA|SECTORB|SECTORC|SECTORD|SECTORE|SECTORF|SECTORG|SECTORH)

typedef struct {
Uint16 *StartAddr;
Uint16 *EndAddr;
}SECTOR;


#define OTP_START_ADDR  0x3D7800    
#define OTP_END_ADDR    0x3D7C00 
#define FLASH_END_ADDR    0x3F7FFF 
#define FLASH_START_ADDR  0x3E8000


SECTOR Sector[8]= {
(Uint16 *) 0x3E8000,(Uint16 *) 0x3E9FFF,   /**< Contains the address of each sector of flash */
(Uint16 *) 0x3EA000,(Uint16 *) 0x3EBFFF,
(Uint16 *) 0x3EC000,(Uint16 *) 0x3EDFFF,
(Uint16 *) 0x3EE000,(Uint16 *) 0x3EFFFF,
(Uint16 *) 0x3F0000,(Uint16 *) 0x3F1FFF,
(Uint16 *) 0x3F2000,(Uint16 *) 0x3F3FFF,
(Uint16 *) 0x3F4000,(Uint16 *) 0x3F4002,
(Uint16 *) 0x3F6000,(Uint16 *) 0x3F7F80,
};