05-13-2014 06:35 AM
05-13-2014 07:15 AM - edited 05-13-2014 07:19 AM
Hello @leofr ,
Please check this AR: http://www.xilinx.com/support/answers/55401.htm
As AR mentioned can you please try using ISE latest version?
Please let me know which OS you are using?
Did you installed your ISE just now? If YES please check the checksum value also.
To know the checksum follow below steps:
1) Provide your downloaded archive ZIP file to any checksum calculator and it will generate checksum value.
2)Comapre tool generated checksum value with Xilinx provided checksum value (It's present at Xilinx website).
3)If there is missmatch then download is currupt.
05-13-2014 11:45 PM
I use XP (SP3).
There are no DRC errors in the project.
I cleaned up all generated files in ISE and XPS, but the error remained.
I installed ISE14.2 not just now. Some projects were implemented successfully, using this installation. Should I check the checksum in this case?
05-13-2014 11:50 PM
Seems to be a download issue. To check if the required file was downloaded correctly or not, you would need to compare the MD5 Checksum Value of the downloaded file (before you unzip it), with the MD5 Checksum value on the Xilinx “Downloads” page of the required file (e.g. the MD5 Sum Value for ISE Design Suite 12.4 (All Platforms) on the Xilinx Downloads page is eb743b99096e39a8996d8ee8e673b486). You can get the MD5 Checksum using the md5summer which can be downloaded fromwww.md5summer.org.
So, if the MD5 Checksum values are not matching, then the file was not downloaded correctly and in this case you would need to download the file again, to make sure the MD5 Checksum Values are matching in order to successfully install and use the tool.
If the MD5 Checksum values are matching, then try to extract this .zip file using a program such as 7-zip (http://www.7-zip.org/) for example, which can handle large tar files. Make sure you maintain the file structure while you are doing this.
05-25-2014 11:14 PM
I installed ISE14.7, and the implementation completed with no errors. But now at simulation (using ISIM) the program goes to reset state. I use axi interrupt controller, the source of interrupt is GPIO input. After enabling interrupts (after execution of function XIntc_Start) the program goes to reset state, then executes the code till the XIntc_Start function again, and then goes to reset (and so on). When I used ISE14.2, the same program didn't go to reset. I increased stack size from 0x400 to 0x1000 but it didn't solve the problem.