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Last Post 04 Dec 2013 03:41 AM by  zakariya ansari
How Do We Make the Board Function?
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steven.eckhoff
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02 Dec 2013 09:50 AM
    Q: We have purchased two sets of Zoom™ AM1808 EVM for our project.
    One of the EVM is not functioning, only Power ON LED is glowing and Touch Screen LCD shows "Texas Instruments" when WinCE memory card is installed. With Linux memory card no message is displayed.

    Could you please let us know how do we make the board functioning.

    Thanks and regards,

     A:  What debugging steps have you tried? Initially, I would check if the SD card images are corrupt by swapping the cards between the working and non working kit.

    zakariya ansari
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    02 Dec 2013 09:51 PM

    Hello,

    for same problem I have  tried below debugging steps;

    1.   checked if the SD card images are corrupt by swapping the cards between the working and non working kit
    2.   swapped  the flash between the working and non working kit
    3.   swapped  the user interface (UI) board between the working and non working kit
    4.   tried with Linux and WinCE both SD card

    still my board not booting up.

     

    Thanks

     

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    03 Dec 2013 11:57 AM
    Zakariya,

    How are you verifying that the board is not booting? Are you checking for any output from the console or are you only looking at the display?

    Please attach a log of the console output here.
    zakariya ansari
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    04 Dec 2013 03:41 AM

    Thanks Steven,

     

    Please see my borad's logs i taken log for WinCE and Linux. I dont find any difference in environment variables when compared with working boards log.

    LOG for LINUX :

     

    Booting with TI UBL
    Device OPP (456MHz, 1.3V)

    U-Boot 2009.11 (Apr 15 2011 - 13:22:24)

    I2C:   ready
    DRAM:  64 MB
    MMC:   davinci: 0
    *** Warning - bad CRC, using default environment

    In:    serial
    Out:   serial
    Err:   serial
    ARM Clock : 456000000 Hz
    DDR Clock : 132000000 Hz
    Net:   Ethernet PHY: GENERIC @ 0x00

    Hit any key to stop autoboot:  3  2  1  0
    reading boot.scr
    Invalid FAT entry

    ** Unable to read "boot.scr" from mmc 0:1 **
    reading uImage

    2187544 bytes read
    ## Booting kernel from Legacy Image at c0700000 ...
       Image Name:   Arago/2.6.32+2.6.33-rc4-psp03.20
       Image Type:   ARM Linux Kernel Image (uncompressed)
       Data Size:    2187480 Bytes =  2.1 MB
       Load Address: c0008000
       Entry Point:  c0008000
       Verifying Checksum ... OK
       Loading Kernel Image ... OK
    OK

    Starting kernel ...

    Uncompressing Linux... done, booting the kernel.

    AND HERE IS HANGS

    Environment variables:


    U-Boot > printenv
    bootargs=console=ttyS2,115200n8 root=/dev/mmcblk0p2 rw rootwait ip=off
    bootcmd=if mmc rescan 0; then if fatload mmc 0 0xc0600000 boot.scr; then source 0xc0600000; else fatload mmc 0 0xc0700000 uImage; bootm c0700000; fi; else sf probe 0; sf read 0xc0700000 0x80000 0x220000; bootm 0xc0700000; fi
    bootdelay=3
    baudrate=115200
    bootfile="uImage"
    stdin=serial
    stdout=serial
    stderr=serial
    ethaddr=00:08:ee:04:ad:2d
    ver=U-Boot 2009.11 (Apr 15 2011 - 13:22:24)

    Environment size: 453/65532 bytes


    LOG for WinCE :



    Booting with TI UBL
    Device OPP (456MHz, 1.3V)01
    Microsoft Windows CE Bootloader Common Library Version 1.4 Built Dec 28 2010 20:26:10
    INFO:OALLogSetZones: dpCurSettings.ulZoneMask: 0xb
    Microsoft Windows CE EBOOT 1.0 for AM1808 OMAPL138/AM18X EVM. Built Dec 28 2010 at 20:29:18
    BSP version 1.3.0, SOC version 1.3.0
       CODE : 0xC7F60000 -> 0xC7FA0000
       DATA : 0xC7FA0000 -> 0xC7FE0000
      STACK : 0xC7FE0000 -> 0xC8000000
    Enabled OAL Log Zones :  ERROR, WARN, INFO,
    Platform Init done
    System ready!
    Preparing for download...
    Predownload...
    WARN: Invalid boot configuration found (using defaults)
    Read production data: done
    Lan MAC: 00:08:ee:04:ad:2d
    INFO: MAC address: 00:08:ee:04:ad:2d
    WARN: Invalid BSP_ARGS data found (using defaults)
    WARN: Unable to get hardware entropy

    Hit space to enter configuration menu    3 2 1 0
    Device ID set to AM1808-44333
    BLFlashDownload: LogicalLoc  - 0x01C40000
    Loading from SD card
    +ReadNKFromSDMMC
    ReadFileFromSDMMC: reading file 'nk.bin'
    SDBootPDD: PDD_SDInitializeHardware: MMCSD
    SDBootMDD: SDInitializeHardware: SD card detected
    SDBootMDD: SDInitializeHardware: V2.0 card detected
    SDBootMDD: SDInitializeHardware: timeOut = 0
    SDBootMDD: SDInitializeHardware: timeOut = 1
    SDBootMDD: SDInitializeHardware: SD High Capacity card detected
    SDBootMDD: Card address is b368
    SDBootMDD: 4-bit data bus selected
    InitMasterBootRecord: Partition 0, type 11
    InitMasterBootRecord: Partition 0, FAT32, start 0x9ce2800, length 0xe49d0200
    InitPartition: Offset 0x9ce2800, length 0xe49d0200
    ReadFileFromSDMMC: can't open image file 'nk.bin'
    ReadFileFromSDMMC: reading file 'nk.nb0'
    SDBootPDD: PDD_SDInitializeHardware: MMCSD
    SDBootMDD: SDInitializeHardware: SD card detected
    SDBootMDD: SDInitializeHardware: V2.0 card detected
    SDBootMDD: SDInitializeHardware: timeOut = 0
    SDBootMDD: SDInitializeHardware: timeOut = 1
    SDBootMDD: SDInitializeHardware: SD High Capacity card detected
    SDBootMDD: Card address is b368
    SDBootMDD: 4-bit data bus selected
    InitMasterBootRecord: Partition 0, type 11
    InitMasterBootRecord: Partition 0, FAT32, start 0x9ce2800, length 0xe49d0200
    InitPartition: Offset 0x9ce2800, length 0xe49d0200
    ReadFileFromSDMMC: file size = 33554432 bytes
    CheckCEImage: checking image at 0xc0000000

    ROMHDR (pTOC = 0xc1a6dc14) ---------------------
      DLL First           : 0x4001c001
      DLL Last            : 0x4158c0a2
      Physical First      : 0x80000000
      Physical Last       : 0x81a70268
      Num Modules         :        199
      RAM Start           : 0x81a80000
      RAM Free            : 0x81a8f000
      RAM End             : 0x8373f800
      Num Copy Entries    :          2
      Copy Entries Offset : 0x81101924
      Prof Symbol Length  : 0x00000000
      Prof Symbol Offset  : 0x00000000
      Num Files           :        120
      Kernel Flags        : 0x00000000
      FileSys RAM Percent : 0x30303030
      Driver Glob Start   : 0x00000000
      Driver Glob Length  : 0x00000000
      CPU                 :     0x01c2
      MiscFlags           :     0x0002
      Extensions          : 0x80001070
      Tracking Mem Start  : 0x00000000
      Tracking Mem Length : 0x00000000
    ------------------------------------------------

    Image Start .......: 0x00000000
    Image Size ........: 0x00000000
    Image Launch Addr .: 0x00000000
    Image ROMHDR ......: 0x00000000
    Boot Device/Type ..: 3 / 6
    INFO: Launch Windows Embedded CE by jumping to 0xc0000000...ADE
    Windows CE Kernel for ARM (Thumb Enabled) Built on Mar 31 2010 at 15:28:51
    OEMInit: init.c built on Feb  6 2011 at 17:06:03.
    BSP version 1.3.0, SOC version 1.3.0
    INFO:OALLogSetZones: dpCurSettings.ulZoneMask: 0xf
    WARN: Updating local copy of BSP_ARGS
    Intr Init done...
    Timer Init done...
    +OALDumpClocks
    Clock Configuration :
      Reference Clock 0 ..  24000000 Hz
        PLL0 ............. 456000000 Hz
        PLL0:SYSCLK1 ..... 456000000 Hz (DSP Subsystem)
        PLL0:SYSCLK2 ..... 228000000 Hz (UART,EDMA,SPI,MMC/SD,VPIF,LCDC,SATA,uPP,USB2.0,HPI,PRU)
        PLL0:SYSCLK3 .....  91200000 Hz (EMIFA)
        PLL0:SYSCLK4 ..... 114000000 Hz (INTC, SYSCFG, GPIO, PSC, I2C1, USB1.1, EMAC/MDIO, GPIO)
        PLL0:SYSCLK5 ..... 152000000 Hz (reserved)
        PLL0:SYSCLK6 ..... 456000000 Hz (ARM Subsystem)
        PLL0:SYSCLK7 .....  76000000 Hz (EMAC)
        PLL0:AUXCLK ......  24000000 Hz (I2C0, Timers, McASP0 serial clock, RTC, USB2.0 PHY)
        PLL1 ............. 264000000 Hz
        PLL1:SYSCLK1 ..... 264000000 Hz (DDR2/mDDR PHY)
        PLL1:SYSCLK2 ..... 132000000 Hz (Optional for: McASP0,McBSP,ePWM,eCAP,SPI1)
        PLL1:SYSCLK3 .....  88000000 Hz (PLL0 input)
    -OALDumpClocks
    -OEMInit
      PINMUX14=0x00000000
      PINMUX15=0x00000000
      PINMUX16=0x22222200
      PINMUX17=0x22222222
      PINMUX18=0x22000022
      PINMUX19=0x02000022
    OEMGetExtensionDRAM: Added 0x83E00000 -> 0x88000000



    AND HERE IS HANGS

    Thanks,

    zakariya


     

     

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