Part Number: DLP4500
I changed the Flash to MICRON's MT28EW128ABA due to M29DW128GL's expire. The flashdeviceParameters.txt file has also been modified as required. Now the Bin file can be wrote in through the JTAGFlashProgrammer software, but it cannot be started after writing and cannot be connected to the GUI.
How can we solve it? Thanks!
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In reply to Philippe Dollo:
In reply to user6162334:
Does the device still boot and connect to the GUI if the previous flash is reinstalled?
In reply to Austin Snyder:
yes, the device still can boot and connect to the GUI if the previous flash is reinstalled.
and Install the current memory chip(MT28EW128ABA ), just can download, but cannot connect to the GUI
We will double check if there is any compatibility issue with this component.
In the meantime, have you confirmed that this is a recurring issue? (That is to say, does the issue occur with multiple MT28EW128ABA devices)
At present, I have used four chips and this problem occurs. I will use a few more chips to see the result。
In the meantime,Can you send the latest GUI and flash binary to my mailbox?my mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please use firmware available firmware available on TI web.
In reply to Vivek Thakur:
OK，I will try.
Please update us with your findings when ready.
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In reply to Mayank Khandelwal:
Problem is not solved .
I use the firmware available firmware on TI web.And I tried a few more memory chips, but it still didn’t work。
I think the problem is flash binary file downloaded with JTAG Flash Programmer .
At the same time, I would like to ask whether you have verified the software( JTAG Flash Programmer and LightCrafter4500 )on TI website.
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