Part Number: TMS320F28377D
Tool/software: Code Composer Studio
I am using a Black hawk 560v2 USB terrace debug probe to program TMS320F28377D micro. I have flashed many times before and it ran successfully.
But after flashing one of the projects today morning it is suddenly giving out the following error and unable to flash anything.
I even tried using Uniflash but was not successful.
C28xx_CPU1: Error initializing flash programming: Interface returned from dll, but flash is not available on this device.C28xx_CPU1: Loader: One or more sections of your program falls into a memory region that is not writable. These regions will not actually be written to the target. Check your linker configuration and/or memory map.C28xx_CPU1: File Loader: Verification failed: Values at address 0x80002@Program do not match Please verify target memory and memory map.C28xx_CPU1: GEL: File: C:\Users\.....\Merged_Mana_Bala_ControlBoard_PS_CPU1.out: a data verification error occurred, file load failed.C28xx_CPU1: GEL Output: Memory Map Initialization CompleteC28xx_CPU2: GEL Output: Memory Map Initialization CompleteC28xx_CPU2: Error initializing flash programming: Interface returned from dll, but flash is not available on this device.
Any help would be appreciated.
Few debug tips that may help:
1) Did you check if XRSn is toggling on your board? May be the application programmed in the Flash is causing resets as it executes.
2) What boot mode GPIO config are using when you try to reprogram the device? Hope it is wait boot or serial boot - It will stop device from executing the application so that the device remains in a known state to take over Flash programming.
3) Did you program any DCSM settings in the OTP as part of your latest project? If the device is locked, you need to provide password to unlock the device before you can reprogram (using Flash tools).
Which version of UniFlash are you using?
Thanks and regards,Vamsi
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In reply to Vamsi Gudivada:
In reply to Bala Grandhi:
Bala, Regarding #3: Please go through "3.13 Dual Code Security Module (DCSM)" section in TRM at http://www.ti.com/lit/ug/spruhm8h/spruhm8h.pdf "Figure 3-22. Location of Zone-Select Block Based on Link-Pointer" shows the address for password locations (Zx-CSMPSWD0/1/2/3). See if you programmed anything in those locations by connecting to the debugger. UniFlash 3.4 was released 6 years ago. See if you can use latest versions. You can try latest CCS as well. Thanks and regards, Vamsi
Thanks for the quick responses.I didn't change anything in the command file .
I am selecting the TMS320F28377D device in the target config file which is on our custom made board.
Also for generating the log time ,if I use the Uniflash verison 5.0 then it is not responding as soon as I give the command to Erase/Program Flash.
If I use the version 3.4 then it is giving an error on erase/flash but generating a log file .
I am including the log file from the version 3.4.
Also,I am wondering if this is something because of depletion? If so, how to recover from that?
Thanks, I will be waiting for your response.
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