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How to move flash int vectors to ram?

Posted by francis wang on September 15, 2009
I am currently trying to move the oringin flash interrupt vectors to ram in LPC2214. I copy 64 bytes of data from the 0x00 to 0x3F to the ram address 0x40000000 to 0x4000003F and set the memmap to 0x02.
But when I test the code it fails. It reports a error from the addr 0xFFFFF0C0 , which may caused by the manually change of the code LDR PC,[PC,-0x0FF0] to LDR PC,=0xFFFFF0C0.

Regards!
wFrancis

RE: How to move flash int vectors to ram?

Posted by MEdwards on September 15, 2009
I would recommend asking your question on the LPC2000 Yahoo group. It is very active and a good source of LPC2000 info.


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