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Flash over jtag - how to?

Started by robatacp January 23, 2004
Hi again,

I have a new 8323 project ready for low-volume production but cannot
seem to get the flash_over_jtag to work. I've tried using the sample
programs and configuration file that comes with the package as well
as a small sample program from a CW project.

I was unable to load code into my target board so went back to the
8323EVM.
I always get "Cyclic Redundancy Check Failed" followed by
the erroneous message
"The target was reset, the application is running"
which it is not.

I'm using the latest version of the utility.

It would be great to get this utility to work, but reasonably priced
commercial solutions can be considered. What is the best way to
handle low-volume production programming on an 8323 platform?
LOG FILE OUTPUT:
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Timestamp: Fri Jan 23 08:25:54 2004
Chip ID: 0x01f4001d
Core ID: 0x02211004 Core Status: 0x01 - Normal/Exception/Reset
JTAG IR path length: 4
JTAG DR path length: 1 (BYPASS)
Debug Request status: 0xd - Debug
Enable OnCE status: 0xd - Debug
Enable OnCE successful, target chip is in Debug mode
Flash config file command ignored: set_hfm_config_base 0x003FF7
Flash config file command ignored: set_hfm_programmer_base 0x2F800
Flash config file command ignored: set_hfm_prog_buffer_base 0
Flash config file command ignored: set_hfm_prog_buffer_size 512
3 flash units defined in the config file.
S-record ID: PROGRAM&DATA
Data @ 0x1 ignored
Data @ 0x1 ignored
Data @ 0x1 ignored
... etc...
... etc...
Data @ 0x73 ignored
Data @ 0x73 ignored
Data @ 0x73 ignored
Chip is not secured
HFM CLK divisor set to 0x14
Flash #0 mass erased and checked blank
Flash #1 mass erased and checked blank
Flash #2 blank - mass erase skipped

Flash #0 programmed, 1792 word(s) written

Flash #1 programmed, 114 word(s) written

Flash #2 programmed, 0 word(s) written
Running verification...
Flash #0 Cyclic Redundancy Check Failed (CRC32:0x44f439c4, should be
0xf965e7bf)
The target was reset, the application is running
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Hope you can help.

Rob
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Robert Norman
AC Propulsion