09-12-2018 04:17 AM
I have been working with Vivado for about 1 year now and there were no problems with my tool. But a few days back when I tried launching simulation of a simple multiplier, Vivado hung. It would not close or anything. I restarted my computer and tried to start Vivado and it generated an error message saying vivado.bat file was not found. I searched online for some solutions and learnt that this file should be in my C:/Xilinx/Vivado/2016.2/bin/ folder. So I browsed through this folder, but I did not find any vivado.bat file in the folder. There was a file named "vivado" without any extension, I thought re-naming it might work, but re-naming did not work. Do I need to re-install Vivado? Or is there some way I can get the required file with an assurance that the file would work?
09-12-2018 04:30 AM
Have you updated your windows 10 to the latest updates? If yes, than that could be one of the root cause since Vivado 2016.2 does not support the windows 10 updates. - Give it a try with this AR. https://www.xilinx.com/support/answers/69908.html
Or above is not the case than provide the snapshot of the error message which you are facing.
09-12-2018 04:43 AM
Complete contents of vivado.bat for 2016.2:
@echo off setlocal rem # rem # COPYRIGHT NOTICE rem # Copyright 1986-2014 Xilinx, Inc. All Rights Reserved. rem # set _RDI_CWD=%cd% pushd "%~dp0" set _RDI_BINROOT=%cd% cd /d "%_RDI_CWD%" rem ## rem # Setup default environmental variables rem ## rem # RDI_BINROOT - Directory *this* script exists in rem # E.x. rem # /usr/Test/Install/bin/example rem # RDI_BINROOT=/usr/Test/Install/bin rem # rem # RDI_APPROOT - One directory above RDI_BINROOT rem # E.x. rem # /usr/Test/Install/bin/example rem # RDI_APPROOT=/usr/Test/Install rem # rem # RDI_BASEROOT - One directory above RDI_APPROOT rem # E.x. rem # /usr/Test/Install/bin/example rem # RDI_BINROOT=/usr/Test rem ## set RDI_PROG=%~n0 call "%_RDI_BINROOT%/setupEnv.bat" rem # Set XILINX_VIVADO set RDI_SETUP_ENV_FUNCTION=DIRNAME call "%RDI_BINROOT%/setupEnv.bat" "%RDI_BINROOT%" XILINX_VIVADO set RDI_DEPENDENCY=XILINX_VIVADO_HLS rem ## rem # Launch the loader and specify the executable to launch rem ## rem # rem # Loader arguments: rem # -exec -- Name of executable to launch rem ## set RDI_PATASK=yes call "%RDI_BINROOT%/loader.bat" -exec %RDI_PROG% %* popd exit /b %errorlevel%
Is it possible that your anti-virus has decided that vivado.bat is nasty and needs to be removed? Might be worth adding an exclusion for the whole Xilinx folder.