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Loading code onto MC9S12DP256

Question asked by A B on Jun 16, 2010
Latest reply on Jun 22, 2010 by kef

Hi,

 

I used Codewarrior to write the code for my MC9S12DP256.  As output I have a few .s19 and .phy file types, but am having issues trying to load either onto the microcontroller.  I attempted to use MGTEK miniIDE, but when trying to load onto FLASH, I did not see the * for the progress (which I saw when I loaded a sample program).  I have done some research already into reformatting these output files but it has just made me more confused.  I believe it may have something to do with the addresses that are contained in the files but am not confident in changing them.  I also have a SRecCvt program, but haven't had any success with it either.

 

Can anyone recommend a procedure to accomplish this task?  Any software that works better than others?  My output files are only about 10-12 lines so even manually adjusting for me is an option.  Which file should I even be using (s19 or phy? ... one with Serial Monitor in filename or not?)

 

I appreciate any assistance provided. 

 

Project.abs (s19)

S0030000FC
S9030000FC

 

Project.abs (phy)

S0420000433A5C446F63756D656E747320616E642053657474696E67735C616272756E656C6C655C4465736B746F705C4E65775C62696E5C50726F6A6563742E61627370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S9030000FC

 

Project.absHCS12_Serial_Monitor.abs (s19)

S05A0000433A5C446F63756D656E747320616E642053657474696E67735C616272756E656C6C655C4465736B746F705C4E65775C62696E5C50726F6A6563742E61627348435331325F53657269616C5F4D6F6E69746F722E616273AD
S123C000CF1100790011CC09395B105A124A8006304A8000300000C01BC01F000000000019
S104C020001B
S2243080004A802F3020FEFEC017FDC015270E35ED31EC3169700434FB310326F2FEC019EC7D
S22430802031270BED31180A30700434F920F10A790039C6B15B3A1D024E0279024B4D3812F2
S2243080404D3C404D0D937902631D026BC379025379025B7902434D1E407900CB96CC96CFF2
S2243080607900CDC634875CC85ACAC6245BCB427A0103C6307B0105407A0104C6020729C6F8
S2243080800307257901037B01057A0104C6497B0100C6307B0115C6497B0110790113447A07
S2183080A001144C330710EF0A7B0103C6307B01057A01043D41
S804000000FB

 

Project.absHCS12_Serial_Monitor.abs (phy)

S05A0000433A5C446F63756D656E747320616E642053657474696E67735C616272756E656C6C655C4465736B746F705C4E65775C62696E5C50726F6A6563742E61627348435331325F53657269616C5F4D6F6E69746F722E616273AD
S2240FC000CF1100790011CC09395B105A124A8006304A8000300000C01BC01F000000000009
S2050FC020000B
S2240C00004A802F3020FEFEC017FDC015270E35ED31EC3169700434FB310326F2FEC019EC21
S2240C002031270BED31180A30700434F920F10A790039C6B15B3A1D024E0279024B4D381296
S2240C00404D3C404D0D937902631D026BC379025379025B7902434D1E407900CB96CC96CF96
S2240C00607900CDC634875CC85ACAC6245BCB427A0103C6307B0105407A0104C6020729C69C
S2240C00800307257901037B01057A0104C6497B0100C6307B0115C6497B0110790113447AAB
S2180C00A001144C330710EF0A7B0103C6307B01057A01043DE5
S9030000FC

 

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