Reset problem

      Re: Reset problem

      Hello,

      sorry we don't know anything about this behavior.

      What does this mean "WinCE doesn't boot up".
      Does the system hang while booting?
      Or does it reboot periodically?

      Can you provide us more details:
      Serial debug output?
      Which interfaces are connected or which interfaces are not connecte or terminated?

      Thanks.
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      Re: Reset problem

      It doesn't start at all, I'm not sure if it hangs or there is a hardware problem. following is the complete debug information when it crash:

      Source Code

      1. Microsoft Windows CE Ethernet Bootloader Common Library Version 1.1 Built Feb 16 2012 15:13:12
      2. Microsoft Windows CE Bootloader for PicoCOM4 Built Feb 16 2012
      3. Portions copyright (c) 2009 F&S Elektronik Systeme GmbH
      4. Boot Loader, Version 1.6
      5. NBoot, Version C426
      6. HW-Watchdog: ON
      7. System ready!
      8. Preparing for download...
      9. Press >S< to step into monitor...
      10. AUTO BOOT enabled
      11. Kernel (2547kB) read from flash disk started finished in 1 milliseconds
      12. INFO: OEMLaunch: Jumping to Physical Address 0x301422CCh (Virtual Address 0x0h)...
      13. Windows CE Kernel for ARM (Thumb Enabled) Built on Sep 14 2011 at 17:32:03
      14. PicoCOM4 V1.11 - Firmware Init
      15. Copyright (c) 2010 F&S Elektronik Systeme GmbH
      16. Build: Oct 29 2012/12:44:30
      17. INFO:OALLogSetZones: dpCurSettings.ulZoneMask: 0xb
      18. HW-WATCHDOG: ENABLED
      19. FMD: NAND ID:0x2076 --> ST: 512MBit (64MB)
      20. FMD: IsBlockBad - Page #: 0x0
      21. FMD: IsBlockBad - Page #: 0x20
      22. FMD: Block 0 to 20 are locked for boot loader
      23. -OEMInit
      24. OALIoCtlHalInitRTC: Year: 2006, Month: 1, Day: 1, Hour: 12, Minute: 0, second: 0
      25. Time returned from OEMGetRealTime: Year: 2006, Month: 1, Day: 1, Hour: 12, Minute: 4, second: 26
      26. Drivers\Builtin\Serial1 - OFF
      27. RestartReason: Reset
      28. FMD: NAND ID:0x2076 --> ST: 512MBit (64MB)
      29. FMD: IsBlockBad - Page #: 0x0
      30. FMD: IsBlockBad - Page #: 0x20
      31. FMD: Block 0 to 20 are locked for boot loader
      32. FMD: FMD_OEMIoControl: unrecognized IOCTL (0x71c24).
      33. FSPART: FS partition driver loaded
      34. OEM: Not cleaning system hive
      35. OEM: Not cleaning user profiles
      36. OEM: Not cleaning system hive
      37. DIO-Layout: >=V1.20
      38. PM-NETDCU: STARTED
      39. +OALIoCtlHalGetHWEntropy
      40. OHCI: Version 1.2, ActiveKey = Drivers\BuiltIn\OHCI
      41. I2C: Version 2.5, ActiveKey = Drivers\Active\10
      42. PSS: Version 1.1, ActiveKey = Drivers\Active\11
      43. VDE: Version 1.0, ActiveKey = Drivers\Active\12
      44. NDIS:Version 1.0
      45. WAV: Version 1.0, ActiveKey = Drivers\Active\17
      46. CID: Version 2.8, ActiveKey = Drivers\Active\18


      Thanks for your help

      Re: Reset problem

      Hello,

      thanks for this information.

      Did you terminate CAN lines in the same way as on SKIT?
      Do you use CAN? If not, does it work when you disable CAN driver?

      Source Code

      1. reg open \drivers\builtin\can1
      2. reg set value Flags dword 4
      3. reg save
      4. reboot


      Maybe CAN drivers is buggy?
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