I am trying to upgrade a legacy device which is equipped with 32MB SDRAM
with 64MB SDRAM, using memory of the same family, form and fit..
When the main program is modified using the guesstimated settings, it does
not work. The issue appears to be in the MMU setup.
Not being familirar with setting this unit up, but making a stab at altering
the existing files was not successful.
The hardware has the correct jumpers for correct bank addressing of the
expanded memory range from 0xFE00 0000 to 0xFC00 0000
The application seems to be straight-forward as the address translations
from virtual to physical addresses are identical.
1. The BR1 and OR1 have been changed to access these new addresses.
The bootloader has been modified and appears to properly access the
new address space.
The main program is being tested without a bootloader to eliminate
4. The BR1 and OR1 setting can be used with the original application
program, and runs normally
When either the MMU setup is changed and the linkage set for the
expanded memory, it does not run.
I have attached the original set up files and the altered files to
see if anyone can spot a glaring setup error(s). Any help would be
memory.h sets up BR1 and OR1
MMU_config sets up the TLBs
the *.dld files are the linker command files
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