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cha1pi
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While trying to flash my TC397 kit , I get this every time. Is there some setting I need to change

"::Loading HEX file ..........
:⚠️ The given program file is trying to write on reserved memory addresses, which will be skipped."

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TBencher
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Hi,

if you did not actively try to put data on reserved memory areas, it seems you have the wrong project setup. Please start over again with a suitable setup.

 

Best regards,

TBencher

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dw
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Hi cha1pi,

Have you tried to use UDE starter to load .elf? Have you used Memtool to load .hex?

dw

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TBencher
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Hi dw,

I assume *.hex related to his post. I also assume ADS because this is always recommend if you start with the kits. 
But let's wait what he'll say 😉

Best regards,

TBencher

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cha1pi
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This is in the Aurix Development studio. even When I import projects from examples here : AURIX_code_examples/code_examples at master · Infineon/AURIX_code_examples · GitHub , I end up getting the same warning. The code still runs on my board

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TBencher
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Hi,

you should setup a clean project for your board. Then try to compile. No warnings should appear. Don't use the example projects directly. Then, put the example code -just the code- in. Check for dependencies.  Afterwards try to compile again.  As a result, you should not have this warning anymore.

Best regards,

TBencher

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TBencher
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Any news?

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cha1pi
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Hello,

So I cleaned and rebuild the project, I do get the same warning while flashing. "Don't use the example projects directly. Then, put the example code -just the code- in" . Do you mean to start a new project and then copy the code contents or the code file from the examples to my new project?

Dependencies seems to be fine

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TBencher
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Hi,

just the content. But even without it, your project should be compilable without any warnings.

Best regards,

TBencher

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TBencher
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Any news?

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