08-17-2012 06:46 PM
I am now using EDK(13.4) to open an old version project(created with EDK 11.4),and it notes that i should upgrade my project files. No matter i choose upgrade or not , at last it shows that mpmc 5.04a has not found. Can anyone show me how to fixed it or its location? Should i reinstall an old version EDK to open that project, or i can find other methods to solve?thx!!
08-18-2012 04:47 AM
I rebuild a project with XPS version13.4 now. I did the follow things:
1. rebuilt XPS project (I click download bitscream and it success)and exported to SDK
2. started SDK and create a new test project--->hello world.c
3. then Tools ---> Program FPGA and it goes wrong
I am new in FPGA using, i have found SDK some usr guides and a simular problem in forum too(http://forums.xilinx.com/t5/Design-Tools-Others/data2mem-error-quot-FATAL-Data2MEM-44-quot/td-p/176368), but i can't solve the problem now .. a little frustrated...
Following is my console notice, it says "...system.bit' can not be found, or is busy", but i can find it in that folder and no other software is using it..
elfcheck -hw C:/Users/Cloud/workspace/genesys_bsb_design_hw_platform/system.xml -mode \
bootload -mem BRAM -pe microblaze_0 \
Xilinx EDK 13.4 Build EDK_O.87xd
Copyright (c) 1995-2011 Xilinx, Inc. All rights reserved.
Command Line: elfcheck -hw
bootload -mem BRAM -pe microblaze_0
ELF file : D:/Xilinx/13.4/ISE_DS/EDK/sw/lib/microblaze/mb_bootloop.elf
data2mem -bm C:/genesys_bsb_design/SDK/SDK_Export/hw/system_bd.bmm -bt \
C:/genesys_bsb_design/SDK/SDK_Export/hw/system.bit -bd \
D:/Xilinx/13.4/ISE_DS/EDK/sw/lib/microblaze/mb_bootloop.elf tag microblaze_0 -o b \
FPGA Programming Failed due to errors while initializing bitstream.
ERROR:Data2MEM:1 - File '\genesys_bsb_design\SDK\SDK_Export\hw\system.bit' can not be found, or is busy.
Please ensure that the file is available in the correct
directory location, or isn't being locked by another
11-30-2012 08:02 AM
I had the same problem. I solved it by copying the mb_bootloop.elf file to a place where I've full read and write permission and just browse it when programming fpga.