126Re: Having trouble with flash_uty_38400_5K.hex
- Nov 5, 2005Yes, the hex file(flash_uty_38400_5K.hex) you have is coded assuming
a 60MHz CPU clock rate. The baud rate is also set assumimg 60MHz.
--- In OKI-ARMfirstname.lastname@example.org, FurQan <fur_enc@y...> wrote:
> Hi James,
> I think the problem is with the oscillator
> frequency. ML67Q500x series has a built-in PLL , which
> for an external oscillator can operate at 4x/8x
> speeds depending on CLKMODE selections (These are
> hardware connections). So if you have a 7.5 Mhz
> external osc. your cpu can operate at 7.5 X 8 = 60
> Mhz. Form your query it seems that u are a pretty
> older method for flash programing . Thankfully Oki
> has put up a useful IAP utility called OKI ISPF at its
> website which is much more handy.
> --- james_lewis_73104 <jlewis@n...> wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > I've been using a flash utility I inherited on a
> > project called
> > flash_uty.hex with a 67Q4003. I'm trying to migrate
> > now to the
> > 67Q5003, and so am trying to use the
> > flash_uty_38400_5K.hex from this
> > site. What are the limitations for this? What baud
> > rates are valid
> > for a 33MHz oscillator? Xon/Xoff handshaking on or
> > off? It doesn't
> > display anything when I press '1' at this prompt:
> > User program download finished.
> > Select next operation.
> > 0 : Download other program.
> > 1 : Start user program.
> > >
> > I was successful in loading a stripped down version
> > of the firmware
> > I'm developing using the ISFP program. It stops at
> > 0x10000 though, if
> > I have the full version, hence the effort to use
> > flash_uty_38400_5K.hex.
> > Thanks for any insight on how to get ISFP to work
> > with larger files,
> > or how to get flash_uty_38400_5K.hex to work at all.
> > James Lewis
> > Nomadics, Inc.
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