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why would a hard-fault be generated during a flash sector erase on the KL28?

Question asked by Trevor Hunt on Jul 27, 2018
Latest reply on Jul 31, 2018 by Felipe Garcia

I wonder if you might be able to help me with a problem I am having here using the KL28..

Basically, I am  using a function to erase a sector of flash on the KL28, the function is running from RAM (and code is generated using GCC compiler)..

If I run the function as shown below without a “nop” instruction at the end of the function I get a ‘hard-fault’ generated.. I can’t figure out why the ‘nop’  instruction would have any effect..

I have compared the disassembly with and without the ‘nop’ and its pretty much the same…

 

Here's the function.. 

 

here's is the disassembly comparison of the code generated when i insert the 'NOP' versus the when the 'NOP' is removed, they are practically the same except for whats shown in the snippet below.. 

I wonder is there a delay required after issuing the flash cache instruction before returning from the function..

Any help would be much appreciated..  I am pulling our hair out here.. :-) 

 

regards

Trevor

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