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    Switch from 1767 to 1782

    Hi

    I have a Tricore AUDO board which I upgraded from a TC1767 to TC1782 by replacing the processor and TLE7368-E I appear to be able to get my code running after commenting out the initial MAIN_vResetCheck() function created by DAvE it appears to lock up and prevent jtag from working when I goto Prescaler mode .
    This board has been working fine when a TC1767 and is basically the EasyKit TC1782 board
    When I put it into SCU_PLLCON0.bits.VCOBYP = 1; // set VCO bypass (goto Prescaler Mode)

    I have a 20Mhz Crystal across XTAL1-2
    Also before switching to bypass I reset VCO and disconnect OSC from PLL
    SCU_PLLCON0.bits.VCOBYP = 0; // reset VCO bypass
    SCU_PLLCON0.bits.SETFINDIS = 1; // disconnect OSC from PLL

    SCU_PLLCON0.bits.VCOBYP = 1; // set VCO bypass (goto Prescaler Mode)
    debugger will no longer break



    Carl
    Last edited by PinGNU; Jun 28th, 2018 at 02:39 AM.

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