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How to read in an Intel Hex file into the dscope

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mike finnerty
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13-Dec-2001 00:32 GMT
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New! How to read in an Intel Hex file into the dscope
I am using dScope251/51 for windows
Version 1.2c and cannot seem to load in an Intel hex file by itself, without first compiling or assembling it with uVision.Does anyone know how to do this, please let me know
Thanks
Mike Finnerty
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Jon Ward
Posted
19-Dec-2001 15:45 GMT
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New! RE: How to read in an Intel Hex file into the dscope
...cannot seem to load in an Intel hex file by itself, without first compiling or assembling it with uVision...

I'm curious to know how you compile or assemble an Intel HEX file.

In the debugger, to load a HEX file you simply type:

load file.hex

Refer to the following knowledgebase article:

http://www.keil.com/support/docs/1936.htm

Jon
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mike finnerty
Posted
19-Dec-2001 16:24 GMT
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New! RE: How to read in an Intel Hex file into the dscope
Thanks for the responses, I figured out that the problem
was the first line in my hex file it should read as follows.

:03000000020003F8 /* correct first line */

The following line was the source of my problems

:020000040000FA /* incorrect first line */

I always though hex was hex, but I must be wrong. Oddly enough
the original hex file worked with my device programmer.
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Jon Ward
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19-Dec-2001 17:25 GMT
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New! RE: How to read in an Intel Hex file into the dscope
:020000040000FA 

That is an Intel HEX-386 extended address record. That's why it won't work. Take a look at:

http://www.keil.com/support/docs/1584.htm

Jon

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