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I have boththe "DRV8312 Motor Control Kit" and "F28069 Piccolo Experimenter Kit". Now I would like put the F28069 controlCARD from the experimenter kit into the DRV8312 board. When I try to use an XDS510LC USB JTAG device, I'm not able to create the target configuration.
Is this a supported configuration (DRV8312 board, F28069 controlCARD, XDS510LC)?
Is there a better/different JTAG emulator?
No reason that connection shouldn't work in my mind. I've used the DRV8312 with an F28035 card and external emulator, and F28069 with built on-card iso/emulator, but never with the non-iso F28069 card.
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In reply to ChrisClearman:
That sounds promising. I tried to move forward but I keep running into emulator issues. Here's the current error when I try to start debugger to deploy code:
RTDX Detected Error!Error Detected in Registration with RTDX. Aborting RTDX Registration. RTDX is disabled for this session. Contact your Emulator vendor and use CCSetup to select a different one.
Not sure how to resolve RTDX error yet. I can't find the "CCSetup" program and I run SDConfig everything seems to work. When running CCS, I'm not sure what indicates a good status when I press the "Test Connection" button. Here's the result:
[Result]** BoardFilePath: C:\Users\JERRYN~1\AppData\Local\.TI\693494126\0\0\BrdDat\testBoard.dat** Resetting Emulator -- Emulator is Reset** Emulator Scan Test -- Found JTAG IR Length of 38 -- Found 1 device(s) in the scan chain
In reply to Jerry Nettleton:
that error doesn't look good. would guess it's an emulator HW issue.
I called Spectrum Digital support and the emulator is working fine. He concluded that RTDX was not supported in CCS 5.3. After creating a new F28069 project, I ported the old F2604A code. I searched "c:\ti" and "c:\workspace" and found references to "RTDX". How can I find/disable the RTDX dependency?
I called Spectrum Digital support and the emulator is working fine. He concluded that RTDX was not supported in CCS 5.3. After creating a new F28069 project, I ported the old F2406A code. I searched all subdirectories under "c:\ti" and "c:\workspace" and found no references to "RTDX". How can I find/disable the RTDX dependency?
I have the same problem as you,
Did you find any solution?
Jose Luis Gomez Costa
In reply to Jose Luis Gomez Costa:
You are both trying to put non-ISO/JTAG standard TMDSCNCD28069 into DRV8312 with external emulator, and neither of you can connnect?
I am using a «standard« XDS510-USB, and it was working perfectly with my card with a 320C28346.
I made an update of CCS (I had an old 5.1) to the new 5.3.xxxxx
And since then when I try to debug (connect) to the target I have always this message:
RTDX Detected error!
Error detected in registration with .....(etc)
I have never used any RTDX function, etc.
I made the post here as I sawthe same bevaiour
I'll try to borrpw an external emulator tomorrow and see if I have similar issues. What are the SW# settings on your controlCARD?
Thanks, but I have found the solution:
- Uninstall all the previous versions
- erase all the Directories
- Re-start the PC
- Install using CCS5-5.3 xxx.zip (downloaded from TI'site)
- Apply the latest updates
And all works now
So definitely the problem arises when trying to update an old version (it was CCS 5.1) to the CCS5.3 using the standard update mechanism.
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