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T1024RDB boot from sd card

Question asked by Renaud De Koninck on Apr 4, 2020
Latest reply on Apr 8, 2020 by Renaud De Koninck

Hi,

 

I have accidently brick my T1024RDB NOR flash and so I'm trying to recover it since it is not able to boot anymore.

My question is how to correctly create a SD card and set the switches on the board in order to have the CPU boot from the SD card.

I'm using QorIQ SDK v2.0-1703 and I have try the following procedure : 

  1.   Copy the u-boot binary (u-boot-sdcard.bin) on the sd with dd command (dd if=u-boot-sdcard.bin of=/dev/sdc seek=8 bs=512).
  2. Copy the FMan micro code on the sd with dd command (dd if=fsl_fman_ucode_t1024_r1.0_106_4_18.bin of=/dev/sdc seek=2080 bs=512).
  3. Copy the QE engine micro code on the sd with dd command (dd if=iram_Type_A_T1024_r1.0.bin of=/dev/sdc seek=2336 bs=512).

Note the descriptor of my sd card is /dev/sdc on my linux station.

 

I have set the switches of the board to the following position : 

 

Switches12345678
SW1ONONOFFONONONONON
SW2ONONOFFOFFOFFOFFOFFOFF
SW3ONOFFOFFONONONONOFF

 

With the above settings the CPU does not boot, I have no activity on the terminal port. 

 

I would like to have any hints or advise.

 

Thanks in advance,

 

Renaud De Koninck

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