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    Flashing device via memtool

    We are using TASKING toolset for development, till now we were flashing TriCore devices (uploading program to device flash memory), using tool integrated into TASKING Eclipse IDE, and ELF file, it was working fine. The problem we have is flash device using Infineon's memtool, during building process in TASKING Eclipse IDE, we are producing Intel's HEX file, then we are trying to upload this file onto device flash via memtool, but our program is not executed. We are using several devices, for example AURIX TC222, in this specific device we have pullups on P10.5 (HWCFG4) and P10.6 (HWCFG5), on P14.3 (HWCFG3) we have pulldown. So as I understand the program should be executed from internal flash. Do anybody have any advice what we should additionaly check? Our HEX file looks pretty fine, program is flashed to device correctly, we are able to successfully verify flash.
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    Okay I've found answer by myself here: https://www.infineonforums.com/archi...p/t-2021.html? My problem was lack of Boot Mode Header

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    hello,

    Would you tell me how did you generate .hex file ?

    Thank you.

    Best regards,

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    It depends on which toolset you are using, Im using TASKING and here to generate hex follow https://www.tasking.com/support/tric...guide_v4.0.pdf cheapter 14.2. Intel Hex Record Format

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    Beginner Beginner chayMa is on a distinguished road
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    Actually I am using only the TASKING compiler with Eclipse Rt-druid v3 ... and I faced many problem generating the hex file in the makefile of Erika
    I used this command with HIGHTEC Compiler and everything is done successfully But not with TASKING Compiler.

    Could you please help me

    Thank you

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    Any help please !

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