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Wire ACK Fault - target connected? in RT1170 - EVK

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frozen
Contributor III

Hello,

I face with below problem. I use MCU Xpresso IDE v11.8.0[Build 1165] [2023-07-26] and I have IMX RT 1170 EVK Board.  I see error as "

Error: Wire Ack Fault - target connected?"

You can see debug output in attachment. I have tried with different cable and different sdk projects with different cores, it is same result.

Another board is working but this one can't. All jumpers are same, what could be the problem ?

I have tried it with different board and it was working but now it can't work too. I have tried it with latest sdk and ide. I have tried different workspaces and different projects and different usb cables.

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frozen
Contributor III

I solved my problem I can use my board again as before. 

I changed SW1 dip switch for SDP mode(SW1-4 is on SW1-1,SW1-2,SW1-3 is off).

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I opened GUI Flash Tool in IDE. I went to Erase tab, selected mass erase, and clicked to Run button. Then everything is ok. I could debug led blink project. But I still don't know why my project does this. I know it is related to Memory configuration. Could someone help me about memory configuration ?

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frozen
Contributor III

I solved my problem I can use my board again as before. 

I changed SW1 dip switch for SDP mode(SW1-4 is on SW1-1,SW1-2,SW1-3 is off).

frozen_0-1697021300706.png

 


I opened GUI Flash Tool in IDE. I went to Erase tab, selected mass erase, and clicked to Run button. Then everything is ok. I could debug led blink project. But I still don't know why my project does this. I know it is related to Memory configuration. Could someone help me about memory configuration ?

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jingpan
NXP TechSupport
NXP TechSupport

Hi @frozen ,

Sometimes wrong application code may hang M7 core in a dead lock state. The only way to rescue is erase the code. This is why we recommend customer to keep boot_mode pins function in the development phase.

 

Regards,

Jing

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jingpan
NXP TechSupport
NXP TechSupport

Hi @frozen ,

Please take a photo of your board.

 

Regards,

Jing

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frozen
Contributor III

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