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PC application

Posted by Nobody/Anonymous on May 18, 2007
In PC folder i have not use existing main.c, I have make my own make new main.c using existing main.c

Very simple appl.

Create queue
create task

task function entry : sending mes and receiving mes

Run successfully but after 1 sec gives this message

16 bit MS-DOS Subsystem

The NTVDM CPU has encountered an illegal instruction.
CS:1044 IP:a72c OP:ff ff 00 00 4d Choose 'close' to terminate the application

close Ignore

What could be the problem?
Can anyone support me?

RE: PC application

Posted by Richard on May 18, 2007
Does the demo that comes with the download run OK?

See if there is anything useful in this thread, which describes something similar.


RE: PC application

Posted by Chaks on May 18, 2007
yes, Demo comes with download only.
From that thread i didn't get any info.
anyone knows let me know.

RE: PC application

Posted by Chaks on May 22, 2007
If anyone done application on PC like me, anyone got same error? what could be the reason?
it is very important for me to remove error, b'coz i don't have any other hardware to test functionality of RTOS.

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