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STM32F415RG is not supported #206

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linvinus opened this Issue Jan 23, 2014 · 1 comment

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./st-util -v99 -n
2014-01-24T00:51:18 DEBUG src/stlink-common.c: stlink current mode: mass
2014-01-24T00:51:18 DEBUG src/stlink-common.c: stlink current mode: mass
2014-01-24T00:51:18 DEBUG src/stlink-common.c: *** stlink_enter_swd_mode ***
2014-01-24T00:51:18 INFO src/stlink-common.c: Loading device parameters....
2014-01-24T00:51:18 DEBUG src/stlink-common.c: *** stlink_core_id ***
2014-01-24T00:51:18 DEBUG src/stlink-common.c: core_id = 0x2ba01477
2014-01-24T00:51:18 DEBUG src/stlink-common.c: *** stlink_read_debug32 10016413 is 0xe0042000
2014-01-24T00:51:18 DEBUG src/stlink-common.c: *** stlink_read_debug32 0 is 0x1fff7a20
2014-01-24T00:51:18 INFO src/stlink-common.c: Device connected is: F4 device, id 0x10016413
2014-01-24T00:51:18 INFO src/stlink-common.c: SRAM size: 0x30000 bytes (192 KiB), Flash: 0 bytes (0 KiB) in pages of 16384 bytes
2014-01-24T00:51:18 DEBUG src/stlink-common.c: *** looking up stlink version
2014-01-24T00:51:18 DEBUG src/stlink-common.c: st vid = 0x0483 (expect 0x0483)
2014-01-24T00:51:18 DEBUG src/stlink-common.c: stlink pid = 0x3748
2014-01-24T00:51:18 DEBUG src/stlink-common.c: stlink version = 0x2
2014-01-24T00:51:18 DEBUG src/stlink-common.c: jtag version = 0xe
2014-01-24T00:51:18 DEBUG src/stlink-common.c: swim version = 0x0
2014-01-24T00:51:18 DEBUG src/stlink-common.c: notice: the firmware doesn't support a swim interface
Chip ID is 00000413, Core ID is 2ba01477.
2014-01-24T00:51:18 DEBUG src/stlink-common.c: *** reading target voltage
2014-01-24T00:51:18 DEBUG src/stlink-common.c: target voltage = 2887mV
Target voltage is 2887 mV.
Listening at *:4242...

wrong flash size. none of the gdb commands working
how to find what is wrong?

@linvinus

Oh, sorry!
memory protection was enabled!
i disabled it through st-utility for windows and now it working!

@linvinus linvinus closed this Jan 24, 2014
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