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IAR kickstart with IAR STR750-SK eval board

Posted by Nobody/Anonymous on April 1, 2007
I'm using the IAR kickstart kit with the Freertos STR75x_IAR project. It compiles fine but when I download it reports me the following message. J-Link driver, "There were warnings during download". The warnings are "Target inconsistency detected at memory address:
0x200009A8. There's many of those same messages. It doesn't look like it downloaded at all.

RE: IAR kickstart with IAR STR750-SK eval board

Posted by Nobody/Anonymous on April 2, 2007
Go to the project option->Debugger category->Download tab and ensure that suppress download is not checked and use flash loaders is checked.

Dave.

RE: IAR kickstart with IAR STR750-SK eval board

Posted by Nobody/Anonymous on April 2, 2007
Those are the settings I have. I did have a few problems with the debugger, so I went to a project that worked and copied all of the the debugger and J-tag/Jlink settings. It fixed most of the issues except the memory inconsistency warnings. However a few of the sample programs that came with the kickstart kit report the same memory inconsistency warnings sometimes.

RE: IAR kickstart with IAR STR750-SK eval boa

Posted by Nobody/Anonymous on April 18, 2007
I have the same results. The issue is that the IAR board has different peripheral and memory layout than the ST board. If no one has done a port for this board, I'm planning to do one. It certainly seems straighforward enough since the differences are minimal.

-m


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