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USB Superspeed Peripherals

Anonymous
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Hi,

          I have been working in the FX3 SDK 1.3.3 for a while. I tried to open a code written in the SDK 1.3.1 and it displays a lot of errors, like some typedef datatypes(uint8_t , NULL, etc..) cannot be resolved and warnings like 'Invalid project path'. I tried including the paths in Project properties-> C/C++ general -> Paths and Symbols -> GNU C -> Include directories which didn't help. Is there any way to resolve this problem??

Thanks in advance,

Regards,

Ashlin Surey. A

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Anonymous
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Hi,

I have tried the suggestions you gave that didn't help. I found out that I have not been using the ezUsbSuite in administrator mode. Then I ran it as Administrator and some problems like linking the library has been resolved. But now I get an error as System memory and data memory overflowed by 8272 and 21 bytes respectively. But the same code without any modification works fine in the SDK 1.3.1. I could change the memory addresses to resolve this but I still want to know the reason for this behaviour as this works fine in SDK 1.3.1. and also is there a way to resolve this error without changing the memory addresses. 

Thanks in advance,

Regards,

Ashlin Surey. A

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Anonymous
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Right click the project in the explorer -> Index -> Rebuild.

Regards,

- Madhu Sudhan

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YangyangC_06
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Hi Ashlin,

You could try to click Project/C C++ Index/Rebuild to check if the problem still exists.

If you could build img file correctly, you could ignore these errors.

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Anonymous
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Hi,

I have tried the suggestions you gave that didn't help. I found out that I have not been using the ezUsbSuite in administrator mode. Then I ran it as Administrator and some problems like linking the library has been resolved. But now I get an error as System memory and data memory overflowed by 8272 and 21 bytes respectively. But the same code without any modification works fine in the SDK 1.3.1. I could change the memory addresses to resolve this but I still want to know the reason for this behaviour as this works fine in SDK 1.3.1. and also is there a way to resolve this error without changing the memory addresses. 

Thanks in advance,

Regards,

Ashlin Surey. A

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YangyangC_06
Employee

Hi Ashlin,

The ld files for different version of SDK are different. Maybe the EZ-USB build the project with different .ld files. Please check it.

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Anonymous
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Hi,

     I have added my own .ld file in the project. So I believe that both the SDK's would have used the same .ld file.

Edit: Also, I changed the memory map in my .ld file and now the project has been built. But I couldn't find the reason for this Memory overflow error in the latest sdk.

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