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MON166: CANNOT SINGLE-STEP IN BOOSTRAP MODE


Information in this article applies to:

  • Monitor-166 All Versions

QUESTION

When I start a debug session in µVision2, the Monitor-166 and my application is downloaded correctly with the on-chip bootstrap loader. I can see the application in the disassembly window and I can view all memory areas in the memory window. However, I cannot single-step or start the application.

Monitor-166 is configured for my microcontroller board. There is 1MB external RAM connected to chip select 1 (\CS1) and I have enabled this RAM in the address range from 0x100000 to 0x1FFFFF. The Monitor-166 and my application is located within this RAM area.

ANSWER

This memory layout is not suitable for Monitor-166 and your application because the interrupt vectors cannot be reached. Monitor-166 needs the NMI interrupt vector for breakpoints. Please use one of the following configurations:

  • Map the external RAM to address 0 by setting 'ADDRESS1' to 0 in the Monitor-166 configuration file (CONFIG.INC). Locate the Monitor code and data address areas as well as your application into the RAM are from 0x0000 to 0x0FFFFF.
  • Install Monitor-166 at code address 0 in (FLASH) ROM. The bootstrap loader cannot be used in this case.

MORE INFORMATION

  • Refer to Theory of Operation in the MON166 User's Guide.
  • Chapter 11, Using Monitor-166 of the Getting Started Manual in \KEIL\C166\HLP\GS166.PDF shows how to use Monitor-166 with µVision.

SEE ALSO

Last Reviewed: Friday, July 22, 2005


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