I am using mpc5748g and my application need ETH module. But I met an problem, my software always enter IVOR1 interrupt when startup. After checking for several hours I found that the generated assemble source code used e_sth op-code to write register value. Then I modified my C source code. But now my software still enter into IVOR1 interrupt. My question is:
how to position the root cause once software enter into IVOR1 interrupt?
I am facing a similar problem...the IOVR1 Handler gets invoked whenever I try to access the DSPI registers.
Can you please clarify how you resolved it? It is not clear to me from your last reply.
Sorry for late reply, because I was on Chinese National vacation these days.
Due to I met that problem several months ago, I forgot how to solve it now. I will check it once I am in office. Then I will give you further reply.
Sorry for late of this reply. After I publish this question, I have found the register which used to position the address where last executed command is loaded, then I found the way to position the root cause.
Thank you so much for your concern!