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Memory browser changes general purpose registers - SWT debugging

Question asked by Filip Žigun on Aug 29, 2017
Latest reply on Sep 15, 2017 by Filip Žigun



When using memory browser general purpose registers change after reading SWT registers values, while SWT is running, because of that I get a machine check error. I'm using MPC5744P and S32 v1.1. Is that normal behavior when SWT is running or not? 


Before reading SWT registers


After using memory browser


After reading I used step instruction mode and stepped only one instruction and this happens, also I tried reading other memory locations but registers remain same as before.


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