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Programming pb on MC9S12G128
Andre D. Sep 23, 2015 at 12:19 PM (12:19 hours)
Staff: Takao Y.

  • Hello,
    I've been requested to flash (using Hiwave / HC12MultilinkCyclonePro) a program for S12G128.
    I've got one project for which Flash starts at 0x88000 (default mapping when generating a project with codewarrior) and which can be flashed without any problem;
    and a .mot file (I don't have the project only the file) with a start @ at 0x20000 (lowest address of this µP as described table 5-8 of MC9S12GRMV1.pdf)
     
    Whatever I do (reconfiguring Memory Map), flash always fails "No memory at this address".
    People whom provided me the .mot file are using another system (IC3000) and says no problem to flash.

    Does anyone have an idea/advice/solution ? Thanks in advance.

    Kind regards ,

    Andre D.




    Comments

  • Greetings,

    Hiwave is a Freescale tool, not ours. The flash programming within Hiwave is implemented by Freescale. The only P&E part is the interface between your computer and the chip. You will need to contact Freescale as to how they program the chip (logical or physical format?) and find out if you need to convert your file.

    Take a look at our LOG2PHY utility which is a good start to see if maybe you need to convert your file to physical format:
    http://www.pemicro.com/downloads/download_file.cfm?download_id=15


    Takao Yamada

  • Hello Takao,

    I addressed this topic to your forum as I found a similar topic (I thought it was similar) (https://www.pemicro.com/forums/forum.cfm?forum_id=7&forum_topic_id=2737#c2013)

    I also addressed this topic to freescale support as it becomes urgent for me to find a solution for production but they did not answered yet.

    I tried to run your file converter on the file I have but no success as the file I have is already with physical addresses.

    Log lile is :
    0 Bytes Converted and 70554 Bytes Un-Converted.
    Original Logical Memory Usage Map
    BEGINING ENDING LENGTH
    00020000-000228F8 000028F9
    00030000-00033A59 00003A5A
    00034000-00037F9D 00003F9E
    00038000-00039DD0 00001DD1
    0003A000-0003B84B 0000184C
    0003C000-0003F442 00003443
    0003F6B0-0003F6BE 0000000F
    0003F6F0-0003F723 00000034
    0003F780-0003FCE5 00000566
    0003FF00-0003FF1F 00000020
    0003FF80-0003FFFF 00000080
    Un-Converted Logical Memory Usage Map
    BEGINING ENDING LENGTH
    00020000-000228F8 000028F9
    00030000-00033A59 00003A5A
    00034000-00037F9D 00003F9E
    00038000-00039DD0 00001DD1
    0003A000-0003B84B 0000184C
    0003C000-0003F442 00003443
    0003F6B0-0003F6BE 0000000F
    0003F6F0-0003F723 00000034
    0003F780-0003FCE5 00000566
    0003FF00-0003FF1F 00000020
    0003FF80-0003FFFF 00000080

    Does it help ?
    Do you have a tool that convert .phy in .s19 ?
    May I download a tool from your site to use instead of hiwave (and to buy after if it succeed) ?
    My probe is "P&E USB Multilink" Rev C USB HCS08/HCS12

    Thanks
    Andre

    • Greetings,

      Sorry for the delay. Looks like your file is already converted. This is the format that you need.

      You need to purchase the software tool. We do not have a trial version of PROG12Z software. But our guarantee is that it will work, so if you buy it and it does not work and if technical support cannot get it working with you, then you can get your money back.

      Your probe will work with our software:
      http://www.pemicro.com/products/product_viewDetails.cfm?product_id=49


      Takao Yamada

  • Greetings,

    Any update on this?


    Takao Yamada

    • Hello Takao,
      I bougth the Prog12z sw to P&E and I could flash the .sx file from my customer without any action on the file.
      So for me the subject is closed.
      For manufacturing plant, they will use another system as they usually do for all the microcontrollers we are working with.
      Whether I have some time later, I'll try to understand why, using freescale file converter SRecCvt, I wasn't able to use hiwave.
      Anyway, thank's to P&E support (you and Juan S.)
      André

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