Binaries compiled with ADS 1,2 not working..but the GNU versions are working fine!!

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Hi,

Im working on the AT91rm9200. I had compiled a few programs using the
ADS 1.2 package. But ive found that all of a sudden, these binaries are
not executing on the microcontroller anymore! as soon as i load the
program onto the controller using HyperTerminal, the controller
resets..ive verified that this is a logical problem, all the hardware
has been tested using scopes etc for electrical anomalies..

Further proof of this fact is that the programs i had compiled with the
GNU toolchain are working perfectly!

Whats going on???!!

Help!

Regards
Mayank


Re: Binaries compiled with ADS 1,2 not working..but the GNU versions are working fine!!
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You are aware that when you load them into memory
using the BootROM; you are loading them into internal RAM.
There is an upper limit of about 12-13 kB of code you
can download using the BootROM.

What you ahve to do is to download an ISP program first
(which knows about your system)
and then the ISP program has to store the following
files to external memory.

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Re: Binaries compiled with ADS 1,2 not working..but the GNU versions are working fine!!
No no no....These files are well below 12k, theyr the files i had
downloaded from the atmel website, like BasicBoot.bin..i cant
understand why its not working now..! It makes no sense !


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It certainly doesn't.  What files, what isn't working, etc.
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