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hedazhuang
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Hello,

I am using customed board with RT1166 chip. While connecting with Linkserver from MCUxpresso, I got the following information:

Inspected v.2 External Flash Device on SPI using SFDP JEDEC ID MIMXRT1160_SFDP_QSPI.cfx
Image 'iMXRT1160_FlexSPI_SFDP_QSPI Sep 14 2021 15:10:31'
Opening flash driver MIMXRT1160_SFDP_QSPI.cfx
Sending VECTRESET to run flash driver
Driver V.2 dynamic startup failed - driver Init provided no flash parameters
Flash Driver V.2 startup failed - rc Ef(55): Dynamic flash driver startup failed to provide flash parameters.
Terminate (0x0, 0x0, 0x0) status 0x40 - driver reports init failure - EXTSPIJ driver rc 20107 (0x4E8B)
chip initialization failed - Ef(55): Dynamic flash driver startup failed to provide flash parameters.
failed to initialize flash driver MIMXRT1160_SFDP_QSPI.cfx

 

It seems that the Flash does not response. I use a 3.3V QSPI Flash with same pin connection as the i.MX RT1160 Evaluation Kit. For the 24MHz crystal, I use an external clock oscillator instead.

I measured the SCK on the Flash, but there is no clock triggered.

The boot_cfg[0 .. 11] is set 0 and Boot_MODE[1:0] is 2b10 as internal boot.

What could the problem be? Where should I check?

Thank you 

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jeremyzhou
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Hi,
Thank you for your interest in NXP Semiconductor products and for the opportunity to serve you.
Before answering your question, I was wondering if you can introduce your testing environment, such as debug tool, share schematics, etc
Before answering your question,
Have a great day,
TIC

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jeremyzhou
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Hi,
Thank you for your interest in NXP Semiconductor products and for the opportunity to serve you.
Before answering your question, I was wondering if you can introduce your testing environment, such as debug tool, share schematics, etc
Before answering your question,
Have a great day,
TIC

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lishsh
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I have seen the solved label, but I have not seen the specific solution. If possible, I would like to ask you to list the solution. I would be very grateful.

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hedazhuang
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For my situation, it turns out it is our PCB design problem. We didn't feed the correct voltage to the source port.

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