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VDSP++ 3.5 & ADSP-21065L

Started by Steve Holle April 27, 2004
jaime.aranguren@ieee.org (Jaime Andres Aranguren Cardona) wrote in 
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>> >> We had no trouble installing VDSP 3.5 on XP & 2000 machines. >> One of the big advanrages to us is that different versions of VDSP can >> coexist in the same machine. > > Hi Al. I posted this already in another thead, but I got no replies. > So I'm writting it down here. I'm having problems installing VDSP++ > 3.5 for 32b on Win98SE, spanish version. When it's getting almost > ready, the installation process goes backwards itself, and gets > self-cancelled. Do you have comments on this? I installed VDSP++ 3.5 > for 16b on the same machine, and the march2004 update, all of this > without any problems at all. > > I hope you can shed some light. > > Regards, > > JaaC >
I have no idea, My installs were to Win 2K & XP and were fine. I thought I saw a response on the ADSP discussion list mentioning a patch for Win98. Do you have enough memory in the Win 98 machine? -- Al Clark Danville Signal Processing, Inc. -------------------------------------------------------------------- comp.dsp conference July 28 - Aug 1, 2004 details at http://www.danvillesignal.com/index.php?id=compdsp email: compdsp@danvillesignal.com Who says you can't teach an old dog a new DSP trick?
> > Hi Al. I posted this already in another thead, but I got no replies. > > So I'm writting it down here. I'm having problems installing VDSP++ > > 3.5 for 32b on Win98SE, spanish version. When it's getting almost > > ready, the installation process goes backwards itself, and gets > > self-cancelled. Do you have comments on this? I installed VDSP++ 3.5 > > for 16b on the same machine, and the march2004 update, all of this > > without any problems at all. > > > > I hope you can shed some light. > > > > Regards, > > > > JaaC > > > > I have no idea, My installs were to Win 2K & XP and were fine. I thought > I saw a response on the ADSP discussion list mentioning a patch for > Win98.
Thank you everybody. Yes, the solution seems to come (I have not done it yet) from a poster at adsp@yahoogroups.com, Russell Washington, who wrote: The problem I think you have is discussed here: http://www.analog.com/processors/technicalSupport/toolsAnomalies.html #tar18856 From this link: 18856: Error 2717 when installing under Windows 98 DSP Family: TigerSharc First Discovered in: VDSP++ 3.5 Tool: Simulator Prognosis: Fixed in Update 2004 04 Installing the TigerSHARC components of VisualDSP++ 3.5 for 32-Bit Processors onto a Windows98 machine will fail with the following error: "Internal Error 2717: ExecuteAction Failed." The resolution of this problem is as follows: 1. Download "W98InstallError2717.zip" from ftp://ftp.analog.com/pub/tools/patches/ 2. Extract DanubeModel.dll and DanubeSimTarget.dll into the ".\VisualDSP 3.5 32-Bit\System" directory. 3. Re-run the installer. 4. Reboot the machine. 5. Re-extract the DanubeModel.dll and DanubeSimTarget.dll into the ".\VisualDSP 3.5 32-Bit\System". Thank you very much! Regards, JaaC
> > > Hi Al. I posted this already in another thead, but I got no replies. > > > So I'm writting it down here. I'm having problems installing VDSP++ > > > 3.5 for 32b on Win98SE, spanish version. When it's getting almost > > > ready, the installation process goes backwards itself, and gets > > > self-cancelled. Do you have comments on this? I installed VDSP++ 3.5 > > > for 16b on the same machine, and the march2004 update, all of this > > > without any problems at all. > > > > > > I hope you can shed some light. > > > > > > Regards, > > > > > > JaaC > > > > > > > I have no idea, My installs were to Win 2K & XP and were fine. I thought > > I saw a response on the ADSP discussion list mentioning a patch for > > Win98. > > Thank you everybody. > > Yes, the solution seems to come (I have not done it yet) from a poster > at adsp@yahoogroups.com, Russell Washington, who wrote: > > The problem I > think you have is discussed here: > > http://www.analog.com/processors/technicalSupport/toolsAnomalies.html > #tar18856 > > From this link: > > 18856: Error 2717 when installing under Windows 98 > DSP Family: TigerSharc > First Discovered in: VDSP++ 3.5 > Tool: Simulator > Prognosis: Fixed in Update 2004 04 > > Installing the TigerSHARC components of VisualDSP++ 3.5 for 32-Bit > Processors onto a Windows98 machine will fail with the following > error: "Internal Error 2717: ExecuteAction Failed." The resolution of > this problem is as follows: > > 1. Download "W98InstallError2717.zip" from > ftp://ftp.analog.com/pub/tools/patches/ > 2. Extract DanubeModel.dll and DanubeSimTarget.dll into the > ".\VisualDSP 3.5 32-Bit\System" directory. > 3. Re-run the installer. > 4. Reboot the machine. > 5. Re-extract the DanubeModel.dll and DanubeSimTarget.dll into the > ".\VisualDSP 3.5 32-Bit\System". > > Thank you very much! > > Regards, > > JaaC
I followed these recommendations. And it worked! Regards, JaaC
"Steve Holle" wrote 
> Has anyone using the 21065L installed VSDP++ 3.5? > Any problems? > Is it worth the effort?
I installed ver 3.5 and the Mountain Ice emulator no longer can write into the 21065L external sram. (Works fine on the 21062 however). I didn't have this problem with ver 3.0 so it seems to be a ver 3.5 issue. Tech support hasn't responded yet. One thing I like about 3.5 is that it seems you can have more than one project open at the same time. I don't think that was true with ver 3.0. ~Paul
Did you ever get a response from tech support about your Mountain ICE problem?

"Paul Mennen" <nospam@mennen.org> wrote in message news:<7G1lc.4275$Gz6.630@newssvr27.news.prodigy.com>...
> "Steve Holle" wrote > > Has anyone using the 21065L installed VSDP++ 3.5? > > Any problems? > > Is it worth the effort? > > I installed ver 3.5 and the Mountain Ice emulator no longer > can write into the 21065L external sram. (Works fine on > the 21062 however). I didn't have this problem with ver 3.0 > so it seems to be a ver 3.5 issue. Tech support hasn't > responded yet. > > One thing I like about 3.5 is that it seems you can have > more than one project open at the same time. I don't think > that was true with ver 3.0. > > ~Paul
I think there is a fix for this in the April update package but I'm not
exactly sure about it, you might try the latest update


"Steve Holle" <sholle@link-comm.com> wrote in message
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> Did you ever get a response from tech support about your Mountain ICE
problem?
> > "Paul Mennen" <nospam@mennen.org> wrote in message
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> > "Steve Holle" wrote > > > Has anyone using the 21065L installed VSDP++ 3.5? > > > Any problems? > > > Is it worth the effort? > > > > I installed ver 3.5 and the Mountain Ice emulator no longer > > can write into the 21065L external sram. (Works fine on > > the 21062 however). I didn't have this problem with ver 3.0 > > so it seems to be a ver 3.5 issue. Tech support hasn't > > responded yet. > > > > One thing I like about 3.5 is that it seems you can have > > more than one project open at the same time. I don't think > > that was true with ver 3.0. > > > > ~Paul