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CCS/TMS320C5535: CPU load graph show nothing
Part Number: TMS320C5515
Tool/software: Code Composer Studio
CPU load cannot show any data
The following is the version of the tools and software:
CCS version: 5.5.0.00077
C5500 Compiler Tools version: 4.4.1
DSP/BIOS version: 5.42.1.09
SYS/BIOS version: 18.104.22.168
The emulator that I used is Texas Instruments XDS100v2
Can anyone give step by step guideline to setup the configuration or installation of required software?
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In reply to ToddMullanix:
Surprisingly the stairstep example CPU load is working today. However, I tested on my own code it is not working and the screenshot attached below is the raw logs of my code.
There is nothing generated by CPU.
I not sure the way to turn on LOAD module even look at the stairstep example. Can you advise?
Thanks and regards,
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