Why show "Invalid ROM Table", when debug with Keil + ULINK2 on EK-RA6M5 board

Dear forum:

I want to confirm, can we use Keil + ULINK2 for futrue development.

So I tried the following:

I use Keil as the IDE, ULINK2 as the debugger.

Keil settings is shown as below:

  

but ,when download, It shows the following error:

If I change to J-LINK, it works correctly.

Can I use ULINK2 ?

Many Thanks.

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  • Hi Half sleeve prince,

    Thanks for reaching out to our Engineering Community.

    The On-Board Debug (via micro USB connection) is supported only with J-Link firmware. In order to use ULINK2, I think the best solution is to connect with an external Keil ULINK2 debug adapter. You can see this tutorial for related information. 

    Also, could you check your jumper configurations ? The correct configurations for EK-RA6M5 are like below:

    Debug on-board is implemented with just a micro-USB connection while debug-in is implemented with an external debugger.

    Let us know if you figured out the issue.

    Regards,

    AZ_Renesas

  • Dear

    I set the jumper as following:

    the board photo:

    Then, I do the following confirm:

    1. On board Debug, Can't find device, I think this is OK.

    2. External J-link Debug, It works well.

    the photo:

    3. External ULINK2 Debug, It can find the device, but when download, it shows "Invalid Rom tables",  It can't work.

    the photo:

    Can you help to confirm,

    Many Thanks.

  • Hi Half sleeve prince,

    Could you take a look on the settings on this guide ?

    Also, could you share the configurations on the "Flash Download" tab ? Maybe if you selected "Erase Full Chip" would help. Please make sure you add the correct items in "Programming Algorithm" and confirm ULINK2 adapter is recognized by Windows like here .

    Let us know the results.

    Regards,

    AZ_Renesas

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  • Hi Half sleeve prince,

    Could you take a look on the settings on this guide ?

    Also, could you share the configurations on the "Flash Download" tab ? Maybe if you selected "Erase Full Chip" would help. Please make sure you add the correct items in "Programming Algorithm" and confirm ULINK2 adapter is recognized by Windows like here .

    Let us know the results.

    Regards,

    AZ_Renesas

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