ROM_USB_msc for LPC1347 has RAM allocation problem

Discussion created by lpcware Employee on Jun 15, 2016
Latest reply on Jun 15, 2016 by lpcware
Content originally posted in LPCWare by CC58 on Mon Jan 21 14:29:49 MST 2013
The ROM_USB_msc ROM code uses RAM space with a pointer without allocating space for its use.
When I try to add variable (2K array) in main.c and write to it, subsequent USB connect causes a hard fault.
If I allocate a 2K array and do no write to it, the thumbdrive comes up normally.
It appears the ROM routines are using RAM space from 0x800 to 0x1000 without informing the C compiler.

Looking at the code in app_usbd_cfg.h
#define MSC_PARAM_MEM    0x10000800
#define MSC_RARAM_SIZE   0x00000800

Which is then reference in main.c for init of USB
  usb_param.mem_base = MSC_PARAM_MEM;
  usb_param.mem_size = MSC_RARAM_SIZE;

I've managed to get around this in an ugly way by editing the MCU settings
such that RAM starts at 0x1000 and ends at 0x2000.  This is not a proper solution.

What is the proper solution?

I believe it entails changing the project's linker directives somehow regarding sections?