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Soundbite self booting

Question asked by Gareth James on Oct 1, 2008
Latest reply on Mar 29, 2009 by Alberto spinazze'

I'm not a very good assembly programmer and I struggle with pointers etc, but I have managed to get my board to operate a really simple program, a switched attenuation control using SW1 (I want to build a standalone loudspeaker crossover that self boots). I hope I'm not far off achieving all I ever purchased the board for.

It has taken me a long time to get this far, problem is, how do I then get the board to self boot? When I reset, it goes back to the default factory program, I've tried on and off for weeks and either I just 'don't get it or have missed something out. How do I 'permanently' default program to run the application I want to use the Eeprom or am I just programming the wrong address etc?

I've read the manuals, but cannot think what I am doing wrong? Have I missed something really obvious? What things should I be checking for that I have not done correctly?

Many thanks for any support

Message Edited by Gareth James on 2008-10-01 09:13 PM