I have a corrupted RCW in bank v0 and bankv4. How can I fix RCW to get control of
It is possible to select hard-coded RCW by setting SW1[1-8]=010011011 (0=ON, 1=OFF), establish debug connection and reprogram the NOR flash using pre-built image from the Linux SDK Images ISO available at:
Hi – I attempted to follow this link but got an error message Either item was not found or you are not authorized to download this istme
Have you seen "Sign In" form?
Anyway, you can access the download page throug the main entrance:
Linux® SDK for QorIQ ® Processors|NXP
Hi again –
I’ve never used the NXP processors or website. I do have an account and based on other info just downloaded
the eval CodeWarrior. I’m assuming I need a JTAG cable since the board has been bricked. If not I’m open
to any and all direction here.
I set up the switch as described and got no response on the RS232 port but I don’t know the next step after
setting the SW1 switch.
In regard to sign in form I’m not sure where to look.
> I’m assuming I need a JTAG cable since the board has been bricked.
You need CodeWarrior TAP:
and Probe Tip:
Power Architecture processor for CodeWarrior|NXP
I'm new to the NXP website and I need some help on getting the RCW /uboot restored on T2080RDB-PC.
I've got the JTAG CodeWarrio TAP rhooked up. Where/What\ do I go next? The Quick Start Guide, sec.8 references
T2080RDB_RCW_override.cfg and U-BOOT code. Did these files come with the eval board?
This file is outdated - the actual one is located at CW_PA_v10.5.1\PA\PA_Support\Initialization_Files\jtag_chains\T2080RDB-PCIe_RCW_1800_600_1866-rev1.1.txt
The override RCW application process is explained in the:
How to use QorIQ RCW Override CodeWarrior|NXP
The pre-compiled images are included into the QorIQ Linux SDK v2.0 PPCE6500 Yocto Cache.iso:
Hi ufedor –thanks for the help. I got my RCW restored and can now bootup the LINUX. However, in my case the updated RCW didn’t work out. I ended up having to download the binary RCW that
came with the WindRiver BSP and burned that in using the flash programmer.
Another question came up during this process. That is the eval CodeWarrior was actually installed a month ago and with all the PC version of the T2080RDB ( vs the T2080RDB-PB) I never got to use the
eval package. Is there a way to reset the eval clock to give us time to really evaluate the CodeWarrior IDE?
BTW, are the Quick Start guides for the PC and PB accurate in regard to the contents of RCW (Table 4) accurate? There is a difference in word 5 and I don’t know how significant an impact that would
Could it be that the bootrom.bin code is running but needs the SerDes2?
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