HI martin ,
4The format and copying progress option (which normally work well with pendrivs is not working with it) it shows copying for a long time but the progress bar/details do not show the extent of copying completed.
As the same issue is handled by private support could you please continue the discussion through private support to avoid duplication of efforts, below is the response which I have suggested…
I've branched your question into a new discussion. Can you provide details of the tools you are using, for example VisualDSP++ 5.0 and Update, and also which Operating System you have installed on your computer.
I am using VisualDSP++ 5.0 and Update 10, and windows 7 64 bit Operating
System on an intel xenon based 64 bit work station HP Z200.
On Fri, May 23, 2014 at 3:42 PM, ColinJ <
As the same issue is handled by private support could you please continue the discussion through private support to avoid duplication of efforts, below is the response which I have suggested in previous mail(through private support):
Please follow the below steps to extend the drive size from 8MB to 16MB.
Under Project > Project Options select “Assemble” and uncheck the “Generate verbose output” and “Skip preprocessing” options then press the OK button. At this time you can rebuild the project.
The limitation to 8MB is both in the USB library and the application configuration. To use 16MB you will need to:
You will now be able to use a 16MB RAM Disk. With the default partitioning it is not possible to have a 16MB RAM disk. The alternative to no partitioning is the custom option.
With both the 8MB and 16MB options I am able to copy large files without issue.
Note that the USB stack requires L3 i.e external memory. Hence you cannot emulate the complete memory as a mass storage. The example shows an option on how to use DDR as a mass storage.