Developer`s Kit DIMM-520

Developer's Kit DIMM-520
User's Manual
Developer's Kit DIMM-520 User's Manual
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Contents
1. Preface ............................................................................................................5
2. Features...........................................................................................................6
3. Components.....................................................................................................7
3.1. DIMM-520 Modul ...................................................................................7
3.2. EVADIMM-520 Evaluation Board...........................................................8
3.3. JTAG-Booster for AMD ÉlanSC520.......................................................8
3.4. Power supply.........................................................................................8
3.5. LapLink Cable .......................................................................................8
3.6. Serial cable ...........................................................................................8
3.7. 32Mbyte ATA Hard Disk ........................................................................9
3.8. Printed Documentation ..........................................................................9
3.9. Developer’s Kit DIMM-520 CD...............................................................9
3.9.1. ATA............................................................................................9
3.9.2. BIOS ..........................................................................................9
3.9.3. DOC .........................................................................................10
3.9.4. E100DRV .................................................................................10
3.9.5. JTAG........................................................................................10
3.9.6. OBFLASH ................................................................................10
3.9.7. PHARLAP ................................................................................10
3.9.8. REMHOST ...............................................................................10
3.9.9. ROMDOS .................................................................................10
3.9.10. SOCKETS ..............................................................................10
3.9.11. TOOLS...................................................................................11
4. EVADIMM-520 Evaluation Board: First Power Up ..........................................12
4.1. Necessary Components ......................................................................12
4.2. Check Jumpers on EVADIMM-520 Evaluation Board ..........................13
4.3. Connecting the Components ...............................................................13
4.4. First Start of Datalight ROM-DOS and Sockets Demo .........................14
4.4.1. Starting Datalight ROM-DOS....................................................14
4.4.2. Starting Datalight Sockets web server demo ............................15
4.5. First Start of Remote Features (video / floppy / keyboard) ...................19
4.6. First Start of Phar Lap PEG Demo.......................................................19
5. On board Flash (FlashDisk) ...........................................................................21
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5.1. Datalight FlashFX 5.1 ......................................................................... 21
5.2. Working with the on board Flash......................................................... 21
6. Trouble Shooting and Recovery .................................................................... 22
6.1. Troubleshooting first Startup ............................................................... 22
6.2. Recovering the system BIOS .............................................................. 22
6.3. Recovering on-board Flash................................................................. 23
6.4. Reloading ATA Hard Disk (Compact Flash) ........................................ 24
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1. Preface
The FS FORTH-SYSTEME Developer’s Kit DIMM-520 contains all hardware and
software components to allow a simple and fast startup of hardware and
software evaluation. After connecting the provided ATA hard disk, a keyboard
and the included power supply to the evaluation board, the system will boot after
power up with Datalight ROM-DOS 7.1. Using the remote capability of the
included BIOS the user is allowed to start a Phar Lap PEG Demo prepared on
the CD from the host PC.
The Evaluation Kit offers the possibility to reduce the time to market phase for
own software and hardware products basing on the AMD ÉlanSC520 processor
dramatically. FS FORTH-SYSTEME has adapted Windows CE to this platform
and offers drivers and support. With Ethernet debugging the software designer
has powerful means for fast application debugging
The evaluation kit contains a CD with all programs and documentation including
hardware and software tools for crash recovery on CD. This enables the user to
reconfigure the on board flash, the ATA drive and the system BIOS, if BIOS in
onboard flash or any software components on hard disk becomes damaged or
destroyed by faulty attempts in the evaluation process or whilst application
design.
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2. Features
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Evaluation Board with AMD ÉlanSC520 microcontroller designed for medium
to high performance applications in telecommunication, data communication
and information appliances on the general embedded market. It is provided
with 16/64Mbyte DRAM, 2/16Mbyte on board flash, JTAG port, GP bus,
enhanced PC/AT compatible peripherals, battery buffered RTC and CMOS,
serial ports, SSI, timers, watchdog, additional PIOs, fast Ethernet controller,
Super-I/O with parallel and serial ports, floppy, hard disk and keyboard
support.
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Power supply fitted to the Evaluation Board.
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JTAG-Booster for AMD ÉlanSC520 with 3.3V adapter and tool programs
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Parallel LapLink and serial cable
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32MB ATA hard disk bootable with Datalight ROM-DOS 7.1 and Datalight
Sockets (Revision 4.11.1287) web server demo
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Printed documentation
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CD with programs, recovery tools, documentation
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Insyde Software BIOS for AMD ÉlanSC520 with remote kit
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System configured to boot from ATA hard disk
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Phar Lap PEG demo usable via remote disk
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Datalight Flash FX 5.1 to work with on board Flash
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3. Components
The FS FORTH-SYSTEME Developer’s Kit DIMM-520 has several components
briefly described in this chapter. A more detailed description can be found in the
documentation mentioned.
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EVADIMM-520 Evaluation Board,
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DIMM-520 Module
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FS FORTH-SYSTEME JTAG-Booster for AMD ÉlanSC520 usable with DOS,
Win9X or WinNT including 3.3V adapter
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Power supply producing 5V DC necessary for the evaluation kit
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LapLink cable for parallel remote
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Serial cable
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32MB ATA hard disk with Datalight ROM-DOS 7.1, bootable from disk,
Datalight Sockets (Revision 4.11.1287) web server demo, Ethernet package
driver
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Printed Developer’s Kit DIMM-520 Documentation
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Developer’s Kit DIMM-520 CD
3.1. DIMM-520 Modul
The Module is equipped with the AMD ÉlanSC520 processor, 16/64Mbyte
DRAM, 2/16Mbyte Flash, 2 serial ports and fast Ethernet Controller. The Module
is configured after final test in factory to boot from the ATA hard Disk, placed in
the ATA Slot of the EVADIMM-520 Evaluation Board, and start Datalight ROMDOS 7.1. It contains an appropriate BIOS in the Flash on board, witch supports
the graphic controller and the super – I/O Chip on the EVADIMM-520 Evaluation
Board.
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3.2. EVADIMM-520 Evaluation Board
The board is the baseboard for the DIMM-520 Module it is equipped with 2 serial
and 1parallel ports, IrDA transceiver, keyboard-connector, floppy and hard disk
connector, PC/104 slot, JTAG- and AMDebug connector and the ATA hard disk.
3.3. JTAG-Booster for AMD ÉlanSC520
The FS FORTH-SYSTEME JTAG-Booster for AMD ÉlanSC520 is a versatile tool
connected to the parallel port of a host PC and the JTAG connector on the
EVADIMM-520 Evaluation Board. It allows reading, programming and verifying
data of the on board Flash, even without any software support from the board
(i.e. first power up or BIOS damaged). Further most pins of the processor can be
tested without any additional software on the board. The JTAG software on the
host PC is available for DOS, Win9X and WinNT OS. The JTAG-Booster is
powered by the target. A special adapter makes level shifting between the 5V
signals of the PC and the 3.3V Signals of the AMD ÉlanSC520 processor. See
JTAG- Booster Manual and WinNT support manual.
3.4. Power supply
Power supply 5V or 24V (DCDC Converter 24/5V 5W optional)
3.5. LapLink Cable
Connected to the parallel port connectors of the EVADIMM-520 Evaluation
Board and the Host PC, this cable allows the usage of the host PCs display,
floppy and keyboard from the EVADIMM-520 Evaluation Board instead of own,
not connected components. Wiring see the chapter about Remote Kit in Insyde
Software BIOS User’s Manual.
3.6. Serial cable
A 9 pole serial cable allows connection between serial ports of the EVADIMM520 Evaluation Board and serial ports of the host PC. Wiring see the chapter
about Remote Kit in Insyde Software BIOS User’s Manual:
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3.7. 32Mbyte ATA Hard Disk
This hard disk is bootable. It contains Datalight ROM-DOS 7.1, Datalight Sockets
(Revision 4.11.1287) demo version and an Ethernet Package Driver. A demo of
the Sockets TCP/IP stack and the HTTPFTPD web/ftp server (remote console,
file download, some CGI examples, ftp) can be chosen in the boot menu.
3.8. Printed Documentation
Printed documentation is provided for:
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This Developer’s Kit DIMM-520 User’s Manual
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DIMM-520 Module User’s Manual
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Insyde Software BIOS User’s Manual including Remote Kit Documentation
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JTAG-Booster Documentation
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WinNT support for JTAG-Booster Documentation
3.9. Developer’s Kit DIMM-520 CD
This CD contains all software and documentation described above, further a
Phar Lap PEG demonstration, Datalight ROM-DOS 7.1 and Socket services,
AMD Ethernet services, recovery tools for BIOS, on board Flash and ATA hard
disk and all documentation as PDF and/or TXT files. Subdirectories:
3.9.1. ATA
Contains an image to recover the contents of the ATA hard disk, as well as a
batch file to create such floppy image.
3.9.2. BIOS
Contains BIOS image and different tools to download the BIOS into the Flash
from DOS or via JTAG-Booster. The Bios is configured for the super I/O 37B727.
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3.9.3. DOC
Manuals, containing all documentation in PDF format and/or in TXT format and
all data sheets referenced in this User’s manual and the EVADIMM-520
Evaluation Board User’s Manual.
3.9.4. E100DRV
Intel Ethernet services for DOS, WIN9X, WINCE and WINNT.
3.9.5. JTAG
Contains the JTAGEL5 software to use with the JTAG-Booster.
3.9.6. OBFLASH
Contains an image to recover the contents of the on board Flash, as well as a
batch file to create such floppy image.
3.9.7. PHARLAP
Includes short description of the Phar Lap real time OS with GUI. And a Phar
Lap PEG Demo that you can start via remote disk.
3.9.8. REMHOST
Includes the remote kit REMHOST which allows you to redirect the
keyboard/mouse, floppy and monitor of your target to the parallel port and, from
there, to your host PC.
3.9.9. ROMDOS
Contains all files from Datalight ROM-DOS 7.1. Details see Datalight ROM-DOS
7.1 User’s Manual RDOSUSER.PDF.
3.9.10. SOCKETS
Datalight Socket services (Revision 4.11.1287) demo version for DOS, Windows
3.1, Windows95, Windows98 or WinLight.
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3.9.11. TOOLS
Contains several DOS tools (uncompressor, image creator, …) used by the
batch files and the FlashFX tools to format and manage the FlashDisk.
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4. EVADIMM-520 Evaluation Board: First Power Up
The FS FORTH-SYSTEME Developer’s Kit DIMM-520 is configured to boot from
ATA hard disk with Datalight ROM-DOS 7.1 when connected and powered.
4.1. Necessary Components
To boot from ATA hard disk (Compact Flash), you need:
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FS FORTH-SYSTEME DIMM-520 Module
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FS FORTH-SYSTEME EVADIMM-520 Evaluation Board
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32MB ATA hard disk preconfigured bootable for Datalight ROM-DOS 7.1
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(*) PS/2 keyboard
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LapLink cable for parallel remote
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Power supply 5V or 24V (DCDC Converter 24/5V 5W optional)
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(*) VGA Monitor + PC/104 Graphic Card (f.e CT65545)
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(*) Monitor cable for 15pole VGA connector
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Not part of the FS FORTH-SYSTEME Developer’s Kit DIMM-520
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4.2. Check Jumpers on EVADIMM-520 Evaluation Board
J1 is for CMOS Battery
2 – 3 CMOS-Battery disconnected
J2 sets the operation Mode of the Compact Flash ATA-Card
2 – 3 Ata-Card set to Master Mode
4.3. Connecting the Components
Disconnect the power supply from the DC power outlet, if connected. Identify the
connectors mentioned on the position plan of EVADIMM-520 Evaluation Board.
Plug in the DIMM520 Module
Connect the Ethernet-plug to the DIMM520 Module
Plug in ATA hard disk in X7
Plug in a PC/104 Graphic Card (f.e CT65545) (not being part of the FS FORTHSYSTEME Developer’s Kit DIMM-520) if not available please make special step:[1]
[1] connect the parallel port of your host PC with LapLink cable to X4
Connect PS/2 keyboard to X9
Connect network to X8, if wanted (network is optional but necessary for the
Datalight Sockets (Revision 4.11.1287) demo)
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4.4. First Start of Datalight ROM-DOS and Sockets Demo
If a PC/104 Graphical Card is not available, please start with the Remote Feature
of the DIMM-520 Module (also see 4.5). The remote kit in the Insyde Software
BIOS allows redirection of keyboard, floppy and video via parallel or serial port to
the host PC, thus omitting an extra monitor, keyboard and floppy for the
EVADIMM-520 Evaluation Board. Only text mode is supported. The connection
program on host PC “remhost.exe” is controlled by the file “remhost.ini”. For
details see Insyde Software BIOS User’s Manual. Please start on your host
computer the program remhost.exe from the \REMHOST directory on the CD.
Plug in power supply. After a few seconds the monitor must show the BIOS
information containing DRAM found. After a short delay Datalight ROM-DOS will
load from hard disk and the DOS boot menu must be displayed.
4.4.1. Starting Datalight ROM-DOS
If the first menu item (Datalight ROMDOS 7.1) is chosen, a DOS prompt will
appear. Datalight ROM-DOS is running. Type “dir” enter to see the contents of
the hard disk and verify the keyboard function.
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4.4.2. Starting Datalight Sockets web server demo
If the second menu item (Datalight Sockets Web Server Demo (Configure
Ethernet parameters)) is selected, the Sockets demo will be started. This demo
is subdivided in the following three parts:
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In the first place, a setup tool is launched. Here you must configure the
Ethernet parameters for your network.
Press 1 to configure the settings of the target and save them to your
SOCKET.CFG file.
Press 1 to use Network card (packet driver)
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Select number 1 (static addressing). Then enter the IP of your target, the IP of
your gateway, optionally two DNS addresses, the interrupt vector of the packet
driver (60h) and the IRQ of the network card (10).
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After this, the sockets services are started
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Finally, The HTTPFTPD server is launched in resident mode and the CGI
demos are registered.
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Now a demo web page can be loaded on every computer in your network (like
shown in the picture below). Type the address http//:XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX/ in an
Internet browser (XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX is the IP address of your board).
You can also make an FTP connection to the target. The user names and
passwords are stored in a file called SOCKET.UPW in the \SOCKETS directory.
By default, two usernames are programmed:
user1
user2
pass1
pass2
The HTTPFTPD web/ftp server application can be unloaded typing the following
command from directory C:\SOCKETS\SERVER
HTTPFTPD /u
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If you have started the target, at least once, with option 2 from the start-up menu,
you can avoid the configuration of the Ethernet parameters the rest of the times.
To run the sockets demo again, just select option 3 from the start menu and the
HTTPFTPD server demo will run with your saved SOCKET.CFG configuration.
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4.5. First Start of Remote Features (video / floppy / keyboard)
The remote kit in the Insyde Software BIOS allows redirection of floppy,
keyboard and video via parallel or serial port to the host PC, thus omitting an
extra monitor, keyboard and floppy for the EVADIMM-520 Evaluation Board.
Only text mode is supported. The connection program on host PC
“REMHOST.EXE” is controlled by the file “REMHOST.INI”. For details see
Insyde Software BIOS User’s Manual.
Copy the directory REMHOST from the Developer’s Kit DIMM-520 CD to the
hard disk of your local PC. Go into DOS mode and change to \REMHOST.
Connect the parallel port of your host PC with LapLink Cable to the parallel port
of the EVADIMM-520 Evaluation Board (X4). Now start on your Host the
connection by executing REMHOST.EXE. You will see the start message of the
REMHOST program. After power up of the EVADIMM-520 Evaluation Board the
BIOS message will appear on the Monitor of the host PC. Enter the BIOS setup
and verify that the selected boot device is “Hard Disk”. Save and exit the BIOS
setup. The target will start with Datalight ROM-DOS. Type “dir” enter to see the
directory hard disk C: of the EVADIMM-520 Evaluation Board.
Now insert a floppy into the drive of the host PC and type “dir a:” enter. You will
see the directory of this floppy.
CAVEAT: Don’t try to RESET the EVADIMM-520 Evaluation Board with CTRLALT-DEL from the host keyboard. You will RESET your host PC!
End the REMHOST program with CTRL-Shift. Toggle power of the EVADIMM520 Evaluation Board to restart.
4.6. First Start of Phar Lap PEG Demo
The Phar Lap PEG demo demonstrates usage of the remote kit included in the
BIOS, which uses a virtual floppy on the host via parallel port on the EVADIMM520 Evaluation Board. The PEG demo itself demonstrates the GUI and tools
from the Phar Lap real time OS.
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It is assumed that you use a monitor with two VGA inputs connected to your host
PC on input 1 and the EVADIMM-520 Evaluation Board on input 2 (if you using a
PC/104 Graphic-Card). Using two independent monitors omits switching
between the inputs.
First the monitor is switched to input 1, the host PC. Copy from Developer’s Kit
DIMM-520 CD the subdirectory \PHARLAP\PEGDEMO’ on the hard disk of the
host PC. Go into DOS mode and change to \PHARLAP\PEGDEMO. Connect the
parallel port of your host PC with LapLink Cable to the parallel port of the
EVADIMM520 Evaluation Board (X4). Now start on your host the connection with
“REMHOST” enter. You will see the start message of the program
‘REMHOST.EXE.’ Now switch your monitor to input 2 and power up the
EVADIMM520 Evaluation Board. You see the PEG demo from PEGDEMO.IMG
loading and start. Follow the information on screen, only steering with tab.
After finishing the PEG demo switch back to your host and end remhost program
with CTRL-Shift. Toggle power of the EVADIMM-520 Evaluation Board.
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5. On board Flash (FlashDisk)
The DIMM-520 module comes with a 2/16Mb on board Flash chip. Although the
system is preconfigured to boot from ATA hard disk (Compact Flash) you can
use also the on board Flash as a normal hard disk thanks to the FlashFX BIOS
extension.
5.1. Datalight FlashFX 5.1
The DIMM-520 module includes Datalight FlashFX 5.1 BIOS extension which
lets you use the on board Flash chip as a normal hard disk (also called
FlashDisk). Other way to work with it is by loading the FlashFX DOS driver
(FXDOS.SYS)
FlashFX provides several tools to manage the FlashDisk. They can be found
under \tools directory on the CD:
Fxfmt
Fxinfo
Fxrdimg
Fxwrimg
Fxchk
Fxreclm
Fxremnt
Formats the FlashDisk
Displays information about the FlashDisk
Reads FlashDisk to an image file
Writes image file to FlashDisk
Checks the FlashDisk
Recovers discarded disk space
Forces the media to be remounted
5.2. Working with the on board Flash
In order to work with the on board Flash you must enable FlashDisk feature on
the BIOS setup. Or, if you don’t want to use the BIOS extension, you can load
the FlashFX DOS driver on your CONFIG.SYS by adding this line:
DEVICE=C:\FXDOS.SYS
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6. Trouble Shooting and Recovery
The first startup should always behave as described, as long as the user does
not change anything in the hardware, BIOS and software configuration. However
the Developer’s Kit DIMM-520 CD contains several recovery procedures, if the
system integrity was damaged accidentally or by fault.
6.1. Troubleshooting first Startup
There are few reasons for failure at first startup with the factory configured board
and hard disk:
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Check power LED V2 on board. This LED signals presence of +5V. If not
illuminated, check cables on AC and DC side of power supply and check AC
power. Only +5V is needed!
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If V2 is illuminated, but monitor remains black, check connection of cable to
monitor on both sides. If monitor has no auto detection and more than one
input, check activated input.
6.2. Recovering the system BIOS
There are two ways of replacing the BIOS in the Flash of the EVADIMM-520
Evaluation Board.
Note: Make sure the BIOS of the EVADIMM-520 is configured to boot from
floppy, even if you have no floppy connected to your board, and you have
disabled floppy in the device list.
See the directory \BIOS on the Developer’s Kit DIMM-520 CD. Start the
REMHOST tool on this directory. The target will boot from the image file
“RECBIOS.IMG” and will reprogram the BIOS in the Flash memory (no floppy
disk is needed).
If the BIOS is damaged and you are unable to boot, the BIOS must be
programmed with the JTAG-Booster:
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Switch power of EVADIMM-520 Evaluation Board off.
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Connect JTAG-Booster to 3.3V adapter and the adapter to X1 on DIMM-520.
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Connect JTAG-Booster to parallel port of your host PC. Caveat: don’t use the
LapLink parallel cable between PC and JTAG-Booster.
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On the PC go to subdirectory BIOS.
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Switch power of EVADIMM-520 Evaluation Board on.
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Start on PC the file PROG.BAT. This will program BIOS.ROM into the Flash
on EVADIMM-520 Evaluation Board. Wait until program on PC signals
success and ends.
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Switch power of EVADIMM-520 Evaluation Board off and disconnect the
JTAG- Booster from X1.
6.3. Recovering on-board Flash
Note: Make sure the BIOS of the EVADIMM-520 Evaluation Board is configured
to boot from floppy, even if you have no floppy connected to your board, and you
have disabled floppy in the device list.
Note: Enable the Flash Disk feature in the BIOS setup to boot from the on-board
Flash Disk. For more details of the Flash disk refer to the ‘Inside Software BIOS
for the DIMM-520 Users Manual’.
See directory \OBFLASH on the Developer’s Kit DIMM-520 CD. This directory
contains the environment to reinstall the software on the on-board Flash.
Connect a parallel port cable to both your host and the EVADIMM-520
Evaluation Board and start REMHOST.EXE. Power up the EVADIMM-520
Evaluation Board and the BIOS will boot from the floppy image
"RECFLASH.IMG” (no floppy disk is needed). A boot menu with two options will
be displayed. Option 1 formats the on-board Flash and reboots the target once
the format is finished; Option 2 makes the on-board Flash bootable and reinstalls
the software.
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You can recreate RECFLASH.IMG by starting MKFLOPPY.BAT. Make sure that
a floppy is inserted. This also provides a starting platform to build your own
recovery disk.
6.4. Reloading ATA Hard Disk (Compact Flash)
Note: Make sure the BIOS of the EVADIMM-520 Evaluation Board is configured
to boot from floppy, even if you have no floppy connected to your board, and you
have disabled floppy in the device list.
Disable the Flash Disk feature in the BIOS setup and enable Internal HDC
(Autodetect) to boot from the ATA Hard Disk.
See directory \ATA on the Developer’s Kit DIMM-520 CD. This directory
contains the environment to reinstall the software on the delivered ATA drive.
Connect a parallel port cable to both your host and the EVADIMM-520
Evaluation Board and start REMHOST.EXE. Power up the EVADIMM-520
Evaluation Board and the BIOS will boot from the floppy image "RECATA.IMG”
(no floppy disk is needed). Here the ATA card (Compact Flash) will be formatted
and all software will be installed again.
You can recreate RECATA.IMG by starting MKFLOPPY.BAT. Make sure that a
floppy is inserted. This also provides a starting platform to build your own
recovery disk.
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