i am working on the Renesas RX63N MCU,
i am getting the dialouge box of "ID code verification" while connecting through the E1 debugger.. but i have not set any password for flash in my code.
pls provide the solution for this asap and also the cause.
thank u. :)
As you noted, this is caused by a programmed ID code in the device.
It depends on how the ID code is defined. I would propose you connect woth a flash programming software (FDT or RFP) to your device.
If the ID code has control code 0x45 you can input 3 times a wrong ID and afterwards the complete device is erased.
If the ID code has control code 0x52 there is no way to connect to the device if you don't know the ID code.
can u pls tell me how to connect with FDT..
i have never used it...it dnt have any option of RX63n..so i was unable to create workspace in FDT.
In FDT you simply select "Generic Boot device" as target device. there are no specific settings for RX63N.
i tried FDT but is not getting connected...it attempts for differnt baud rates and stops.
what is that control code u talking about?
how to disable id code getting into the flash, is there any setting i can do in the program????
FDT does not connect, or it fails in ID check?
Regarding control code I would say RTFM. The control code is one byte of the ID code defining the operating mode for the ID check. The ID code is only 16 byte of the program flash. The contents can be defined as a const array. But the compiler may also provide a different means to define the ID code. The IAR compiler for example has special symbols you can use to define the ID code.
Is this your own board or a demo kit, are you using the E1. The I/Os on the E1 have to be in the correct polarity to enable programming otherwise you just get the baud rate switching that you reffered to.
yes i am using own board and i am using E1 debugger..
for boot mode i connected MD pin to the gnd...
is this right method????
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What settings are you using on the E1. For the Pin Outputs we use 0x36 and the Pin Settings (High) as 0 so all outputs low.