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Hi TI Experts,
Please let me know the following question.
I would like to write the program image to DDR3 on AM572x IDK EVM(TMDXIDK5728) using JTAG ICE(adviceLUNA II) and then directly boot.
But the command error occures when send connection or reset command from PC.
Connection command error is "ICE Error: Target Illegal Action".
According to DTS support, this error means the board power-off or physical connection failure between ICE and the board.
Of cource i chcked that both are no issue.
Reset command error is "time-out CoreSight ACK ".
According to DTS support, this error means core power shut-off or access to unimplemented CoreSight componet address.
Would you teach me write the program image to DDR3 using JTAG ICE?
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