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."
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.
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 😉
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
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.
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