a ICE-1000/ICE-2000 Emulator User’s Guide

a ICE-1000/ICE-2000 Emulator User’s Guide
ICE-1000/ICE-2000 Emulator
User’s Guide
Revision 1.0, May 2014
Part Number
82-000617-01
Analog Devices, Inc.
One Technology Way
Norwood, Mass. 02062-9106
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Regulatory Compliance
The ICE-1000/ICE-2000 emulator is designed to be used solely in a laboratory environment. The emulator is not intended for use as a consumer
end product or as a portion of a consumer end product. The emulator
board is an open system design which does not include a shielded enclosure and therefore may cause interference to other electrical devices in
close proximity. This board should not be used in or near any medical
equipment or RF devices.
The emulators are in the process of being certified to comply with the
essential requirements of the European EMC directive 2004/108/EC and,
therefore, carries the “CE” mark.
The emulator contains ESD (electrostatic discharge) sensitive devices.
Electrostatic charges readily accumulate on the human body and equipment and can discharge without detection. Permanent damage may occur
on devices subjected to high-energy discharges. Proper ESD precautions
are recommended to avoid performance degradation or loss of functionality. Store unused emulators in the protective shipping package.
CONTENTS
PREFACE
Purpose of This Manual .............................................................. viii
Intended Audience ...................................................................... viii
Manual Contents ........................................................................ viii
Technical Support .........................................................................
ix
Product Information ......................................................................
x
Analog Devices Web Site ..........................................................
x
EngineerZone .......................................................................... xi
Notation Conventions ...................................................................
xi
GETTING STARTED
Contents of Emulator Package ....................................................... 1-2
PC Configuration ......................................................................... 1-2
Emulator Installation Tasks ........................................................... 1-3
Installing the Emulator Software .............................................. 1-3
Configuring Operating Voltage of the JTAG/SWD Interface
on an ICE-1000 ................................................................... 1-4
Configuring Operating Voltage of the JTAG/SWD Interface
on an ICE-2000 ................................................................... 1-5
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Contents
Verifying Driver Installation and Attaching to an
Emulation Target ................................................................. 1-5
Applying Power to the Emulator .............................................. 1-7
Configurator Software .................................................................. 1-8
JTAG/SWD Frequency ................................................................. 1-9
Troubleshooting and Warranty ...................................................... 1-9
HARDWARE DESCRIPTION
LED ............................................................................................. 2-1
Connectors ................................................................................... 2-2
Resetting the Target ...................................................................... 2-2
Custom Processor Boards .............................................................. 2-3
Mechanical Specifications ............................................................. 2-3
SUPPORT
Technical Support ......................................................................... 3-1
Quality Assurance ......................................................................... 3-2
REFERENCES
INDEX
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PREFACE
Thank you for purchasing the ICE-1000 or ICE-2000 emulator. The
emulator is used in conjunction with the CrossCore® Embedded Studio
or VisualDSP++® development environments to create, test, and debug
advanced processor application software on Analog Devices Blackfin® and
Blackfin+™ processors.
The emulator provides state-of-the-art support for JTAG-compliant Analog Devices processors. Key features of the emulator include:
• Plug-n-Play, USB 2.0 compliant
• High-speed USB device
• USB bus-powered device
• Multiple processor I/O voltage support: 1.8V, 2.5V, and 3.3V
compliance
• Multiprocessor support
• JTAG/SWD clock operation of 5 MHz on the ICE-1000
JTAG/SWD clock operation up to 46 MHZ on the ICE-2000
To learn more about Analog Devices emulators, go to:
http://www.analog.com/processors/tools
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Purpose of This Manual
Purpose of This Manual
The ICE-1000/ICE-2000 Emulator User’s Guide provides directions for
installing the emulator hardware and software on your PC.
Intended Audience
This manual is intended to help the customer understand the features and
operation of the emulator so they can start using CrossCore Embedded
Studio (CCES) and VisualDSP++.
Manual Contents
The manual consists of:
• Chapter 1, Getting Started
Provides software and hardware installation procedures, PC system
requirements, and basic board information.
• Chapter 2, Hardware Description
Provides information on hardware aspects of the emulator.
• Chapter 3, Support
Provides technical support contact information.
• Chapter 4, References
Provides information about different resources available for developing an application based on an Analog Devices processor.
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Technical Support
You can reach Analog Devices processors and DSP technical support in
the following ways:
• Post your questions in the processors and DSP support community
at EngineerZone®:
http://ez.analog.com/community/dsp
• Submit your questions to technical support directly at:
http://www.analog.com/support
• E-mail your questions about processors, DSPs, and tools development software from CrossCore Embedded Studio or
VisualDSP++:
Choose Help > Email Support. This creates an e-mail to
and automatically attaches
your CrossCore Embedded Studio or VisualDSP++ version information and license.dat file.
processor.tools.support@analog.com
• E-mail your questions about processors and processor applications
to:
processor.support@analog.com or
processor.china@analog.com (Greater China support)
• Contact your Analog Devices sales office or authorized distributor.
Locate one at:
www.analog.com/adi-sales
• Send questions by mail to:
Processors and DSP Technical Support
Analog Devices, Inc.
Three Technology Way
P.O. Box 9106
Norwood, MA 02062-9106
USA
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Product Information
Product Information
Product information can be obtained from the Analog Devices Web site
and the CCES online help.
Analog Devices Web Site
The Analog Devices Web site, www.analog.com, provides information
about a broad range of products—analog integrated circuits, amplifiers,
converters, and digital signal processors.
To access a complete technical library for each processor family, go to
http://www.analog.com/processors/technical_library. The manuals
selection opens a list of current manuals related to the product as well as a
link to the previous revisions of the manuals. When locating your manual
title, note a possible errata check mark next to the title that leads to the
current correction report against the manual.
Also note, myAnalog is a free feature of the Analog Devices Web site that
allows customization of a Web page to display only the latest information
about products you are interested in. You can choose to receive weekly
e-mail notifications containing updates to the Web pages that meet your
interests, including documentation errata against all manuals.
myAnalog provides access to books, application notes, data sheets, code
examples, and more.
Visit myAnalog to sign up. If you are a registered user, just log on. Your
user name is your e-mail address.
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EngineerZone
EngineerZone is a technical support forum from Analog Devices. It allows
you direct access to ADI technical support engineers. You can search
FAQs and technical information to get quick answers to your embedded
processing and DSP design questions.
Use EngineerZone to connect with other DSP developers who face similar
design challenges. You can also use this open forum to share knowledge
and collaborate with the ADI support team and your peers. Visit
http://ez.analog.com to sign up.
Notation Conventions
Text conventions used in this manual are identified and described as
follows.
Example
Description
File > Close
Titles in bold style reference sections indicate the location of an item
within the CrossCore Embedded Studio’s menu system (for example,
the Close command appears on the File menu).
{this | that}
Alternative required items in syntax descriptions appear within curly
brackets and separated by vertical bars; read the example as this or
that. One or the other is required.
[this | that]
Optional items in syntax descriptions appear within brackets and separated by vertical bars; read the example as an optional this or that.
[this,…]
Optional item lists in syntax descriptions appear within brackets delimited by commas and terminated with an ellipsis; read the example as an
optional comma-separated list of this.
.SECTION
Commands, directives, keywords, and feature names are in text with
letter gothic font.
filename
Non-keyword placeholders appear in text with italic style format.
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Notation Conventions
Example
xii
Description

Note: For correct operation, ...
A Note provides supplementary information on a related topic. In the
online version of this book, the word Note appears instead of this
symbol.

Caution: Incorrect device operation may result if ...
Caution: Device damage may result if ...
A Caution identifies conditions or inappropriate usage of the product
that could lead to undesirable results or product damage. In the online
version of this book, the word Caution appears instead of this symbol.

Warning: Injury to device users may result if ...
A Warning identifies conditions or inappropriate usage of the product
that could lead to conditions that are potentially hazardous for devices
users. In the online version of this book, the word Warning appears
instead of this symbol.
ICE-1000/ICE-2000 Emulator User’s Guide
1 GETTING STARTED
This chapter provides the information needed to begin using Analog
Devices emulators.
Devices emulators are not intended to be used in a
 Analog
production environment.
This chapter includes the following sections.
• Contents of Emulator Package
Provides a list of components shipped with the emulator.
• PC Configuration
Describes the minimal PC requirements.
• Emulator Installation Tasks
Provides a step-by-step procedure for setting up the emulator hardware and describes how to connect the emulators to your target
board.
• Configurator Software
Describes the target configurator utility.
• JTAG/SWD Frequency
Provides information on JTAG/SWD frequency limitations.
• Troubleshooting and Warranty
Points to an Engineer-to-Engineer Note for troubleshooting advice
and warranty information.
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Contents of Emulator Package
Contents of Emulator Package
The ICE-1000 emulator package contains the following items:
• ICE-1000 emulator
• 2-meter USB standard-A to mini-B cable
The ICE-2000 emulator package contains the following items:
• ICE-2000 emulator with enclosure
• 6-inch 0.05" cable assembly
• 10-pin to 14-pin adapter used for connecting to the legacy 0.1"
14-pin JTAG header
• 2-meter USB standard-A to mini-B cable
PC Configuration
For correct operation of the emulator, your computer must have the minimal configuration:
• Windows 7
• CrossCore Embedded Studio 1.1.0 or VisualDSP++ 5.1.1 (or
higher)
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Emulator Installation Tasks
Perform the following tasks to install your emulator safely. Follow the
instructions in presented order to ensure correct operation of your software and hardware.
1. Installing the Emulator Software
2. Configuring Operating Voltage of the JTAG/SWD Interface on an
ICE-1000
3. Configuring Operating Voltage of the JTAG/SWD Interface on an
ICE-2000
4. Verifying Driver Installation and Attaching to an Emulation
Target
5. Applying Power to the Emulator
Installing the Emulator Software
Install CCES 1.1.0 or VisualDSP++ 5.1.1 (or higher) on your computer.
The software installation includes the USB driver needed for the emulator
hardware.
Note: If you connect to the ICE before installing the software, the Windows driver wizard may not find the emulator driver.
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Emulator Installation Tasks
Configuring Operating Voltage of the JTAG/SWD
Interface on an ICE-1000
Determine the operating voltage of the target processor’s JTAG/SWD
interface. The ICE-1000 emulator ships configured for connecting to a
3.3V target. The jumpers are installed on positions 1 and 3, and 2 and 4
(default) of JP1. Refer to Table 1-1 and Figure 1-1 for configuring other
voltages.
Table 1-1. Operating Voltage
Target Voltage
JP1 Settings (Installed Jumpers)
3.3 volts
1 and 3, 2 and 4
2.5 volts
1 and 2, 3 and 4
1.8 volts
3 and 5, 2 and 4
3.3V
1.8V
1
2
3
4
5
6
2.5V
Figure 1-1. JP1 Pinout
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Configuring Operating Voltage of the JTAG/SWD
Interface on an ICE-2000
Determine the operating voltage of the target processor’s JTAG/SWD
interface. On the ICE-2000 emulator, the voltage is configured when
making a platform using the configurator. The default voltage is 3.3V.
Refer to the online help for information about “target configurator”.
connecting to a target, see the power-up/down procedures
 Before
in Applying Power to the Emulator.
Verifying Driver Installation and Attaching to an
Emulation Target
Before using the emulator, verify that the driver software is installed
properly.
1. Open the Windows Device Manager and verify that the ICE-1000
or ICE-2000 emulator appears under CrossCore Tools, as shown
in Figure 1-2.
2. When connecting to a 10-pin header on a target board, connect to
either the 6" cable when using the ICE-2000 or to the (J2) connector (located on the bottom of the board) when using the ICE-1000.
The 10-pin housing is keyed to ensure that the signals mate correctly with the 10-pin target emulation header. The target board
should also have keyed housing. Refer to Figure 1-3 for the J2 and
cable pinout information.
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Emulator Installation Tasks
Figure 1-2. Verifying Driver Installation
TMS/SWDIO
1
2
PD
TCK/SWDCLK
3
4
GND
TDO/SWO
5
6
GND
TDI
7
8
EMU
TARGET_RESET
9
10
TRST
Figure 1-3. J2 Pinout
When connecting to a 14-pin header on a target board, connect to
either the 6" cable along with the supplied adapter board when
using the ICE-2000 or to the (J1) connector (located at the end)
when using the ICE-1000.
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Getting Started
The 14-pin connector is keyed at pin 3 on the emulator connector
to ensure that the signals mate correctly with the 14-pin target
emulation header. The target board should also have pin 3 of the
JTAG interface connector cut. Refer to Figure 1-4 for J1 and
adapter board pinout information.
GND
1
KEY
2
EMU
4
NC
NC
5
6
TMS
GND
7
8
TCK
GND
9
10
TRST
GND
11 12
TDI
GND
13 14
TDO
Figure 1-4. J1 Pinout
Applying Power to the Emulator
To power up the emulator:
1. Apply power to the target board.
2. Connect the USB cable between the emulator and the PC.
The emulator is a bus-powered device, so this step powers the
emulator.
3. If the emulator is not connected to the target, connect the devices
as described in Verifying Driver Installation and Attaching to an
Emulation Target.
4. Invoke CrossCore Embedded Studio or VisualDSP++.
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Configurator Software
To power down the emulator:
1. Shut down (exit) CrossCore Embedded Studio or VisualDSP++.
2. Disconnect the USB cable between the emulator and the PC.
3. Power down the target board.
4. The emulator can now be removed from the target.
For custom processor boards still in design, refer to an Engineer-to-Engineer Note, “Analog Devices JTAG/SWD Emulation Technical Reference
(EE-68)”, available from the Analog Devices Web site. This document is a
technical reference for implementing the JTAG/SWD interface on your
target.
Now the emulator hardware is ready to be used in conjunction with CCES
or VisualDSP++ to debug a processor target system. Refer to Configurator
Software for more information.
Configurator Software
CrossCore Embedded Studio and VisualDSP++ development software
require a description of your platform (JTAG/SWD chain). The platform
definition is necessary for the software to communicate with the hardware
through the emulator.
CrossCore Embedded Studio and VisualDSP++ development software
include the target configurator utility to configure and test your emulator
hardware. The target configurator provides emulator detection and
JTAG/SWD I/O voltage. Use the ICE Test (part of the target configurator) to test the connection with the target. If any errors are encountered,
the errors are reported immediately and the test ends. Each error message
recommends a solution to the problem.
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Refer to the online help for information about “target configurator”,
“JTAG/SWD voltage”, “JTAG/SWD frequency”, and “ICE test”.
JTAG/SWD Frequency
The ICE-1000 emulator supports JTAG/SWD clock operation at 5 MHz.
The ICE-2000 emulator supports JTAG/SWD clock operation at 1, 5, 9,
15, 23 and 46 MHz. There is a relationship between the JTAG/SWD frequency and the core clock frequency of the processor. The core clock
should be at least twice the JTAG/SWD frequency in order for the
JTAG/SWD interface to operate properly. On newer Analog Devices processors, the core clock is a variable set by software.
core/JTAG/SWD clock relation is not followed, scan failures
 Ifmaytheprevent
the emulator from connecting to the processor.
Troubleshooting and Warranty
To provide comprehensive troubleshooting advice and warranty
information for all emulator and EZ-KIT Lite® products, Analog Devices
maintains two Engineer-to-Engineer Notes—Emulator and Evaluation
Hardware Troubleshooting Guide for VisualDSP++ Users (EE-175) and
Emulator and Evaluation Hardware Troubleshooting Guide for CCES Users
(EE-356). Both EE-Notes are available online at http://www.analog.com.
The EE-Note can be used to resolve most installation, connection, and
software issues affecting the use of Analog Devices in-circuit emulators
(ICEs) and EZ-KIT Lite evaluation systems, avoiding the need to return
the suspected faulty emulator or EZ-KIT Lite board. Please carry out all
troubleshooting steps outlined in this document before contacting Analog
Devices Processor Tools Support.
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Troubleshooting and Warranty
Also included in the EE-Note, complete warranty and return material
authorization (RMA) information for emulators and EZ-KIT Lite products. In general, emulators less than one year old are within warranty, and
repairs within that period are free of charge, but there are some limitations
to this warranty coverage. For details, see the note.
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2 HARDWARE DESCRIPTION
This chapter describes the hardware design of the ICE-1000/ICE-2000
emulator and includes the following sections:
• LED
Describes the LED which inform you of the emulator’s status.
• Resetting the Target
Describes how to reset the target.
• Custom Processor Boards
Describes concerns regarding board lay out.
• Mechanical Specifications
Provides dimensional information.
LED
There is one multicolored LED located on the emulator. It is labeled
Status.
• Green – Signifies that the ICE is powered, configured and ready to
invoke a CCES or VisualDSP++ session.
• Magenta – Signifies that the ICE is operating in JTAG mode. The
LED will blink during USB activity between the host PC and the
emulator.
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Connectors
• Cyan – Signifies that the ICE is operating in SWD mode. The
LED will blink during USB activity between the host PC and the
emulator.
• Yellow – Signifies that there is an issue with the EMU signal on the
target board and therefore this signal will be ignored by the
emulator.
Connectors
There are two connectors on the ICE-1000 used for connecting to a target. J1 is a 0.1" 14-pin connector used for interfacing with legacy targets.
This connector only supports debugging via JTAG mode. J2 is a 0.05"
10-pin connector used for JTAG/SWD mode on newer processors.
There is one connector on the ICE-2000. This connects to the 6" ribbon
cable that comes with the emulator package. The ribbon cable connects to
a 0.05" 10-pin connector on the target board and supports JTAG/ and
SWD mode. When connecting the ICE-2000 to older target boards that
have the 0.1" 14-pin JTAG connector, there is an adapter that is also
included in the box for this connection. The adapter board connects
between the cable and target board.
Resetting the Target
When debugging remotely, the ability to reset the target can be very useful. In order to use this feature, the RESET signal from the target board
should be connected to pin 10 of the 10-pin debug connector. This is an
active low signal and is toggled through software.
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Hardware Description
To reset the target through the software, use the Reset Target command.
• CCES users choose Target > Debug > Reset Target.
• VisualDSP++ users choose Debug > Reset Target.
The Reset Target command sends a reset pulse of the specified duration to
the target. The reset duration is configured by choosing Target > Settings
> Reset Target Options. See the online help for more information.
Custom Processor Boards
When designing a custom processor board using Analog Devices
processors and DSPs, special care must be taken to ensure that the
JTAG/SWD interface is designed and laid out correctly. If the board is
not designed correctly, communication via the JTAG/SWD port may not
work. Another side effect may be that the interface works, but you are not
able to run at the highest possible JTAG/SWD clock frequency. The
JTAG/SWD clock frequency is dependent on the particular Analog
Devices processor, as well as the delay characteristics of the custom processor board.
To ensure that the custom board’s JTAG/SWD interface is designed and
laid out correctly, refer to Engineer-to-Engineer Note, Analog Devices
JTAG/SWD Emulation Technical Reference (EE-68), available from the
Analog Devices Web site. This document is a technical reference for
implementing the JTAG/SWD interface on your target.
Mechanical Specifications
The outer dimensions of the emulator are 3.39" x 0.785". The height of
the JTAG/SWD connector (J2) is approximately 0.180". Refer to
Figure 2-1.
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Mechanical Specifications
Figure 2-1. Emulator Dimensions (in inches)
Care must be taken when locating a custom target JTAG/SWD interface
connector, that no components are taller than about 0.135" if located
under the ICE-1000.
are any concerns that emulator components may short to
 Ifthethere
target board, an insulator should be used to provide protection.
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3 SUPPORT
Analog Devices provides free technical support.
Technical Support
For technical support, visit the Embedded Processing and DSP Technical
Support page at: http://www.analog.com/support.
From there you can:
• Access the EngineerZone DSP Support Forum where Analog
Devices support team members and other designers exchange ideas
and answer questions
• Search our vast Knowledge Base containing application notes, data
sheets, code examples, manuals, and more
• Contact our Technical Support team directly by filling out the
support form
Alternately, you can contact Technical Support directly as follows:
• For tools issues, send a description of the problem by e-mail to:
processor.tools.support@analog.com
• For processor issues, send a description of the problem by e-mail to
the Application Engineering group at:
processor.support@analog.com (World wide support)
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Quality Assurance
Quality Assurance
Analog Devices is committed to providing quality products and services.
To continually provide this quality, please contact our Quality Assurance
Department directly if you have any concerns at (603) 883-2430, Monday
through Friday during normal business hours, or via e-mail at:
processor.tools.support@analog.com.
Our Quality Assurance manager will listen to your concerns and provide a
timely and effective solution.
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4 REFERENCES
This section describes documentation resources helpful in your
application development.
• For information on designing the interface between an Analog
Devices processor and the emulation header on your custom
processor target board, refer to Engineer-to-Engineer Note, Analog
Devices JTAG/SWD Emulation Technical Reference (EE-68),
available from the Analog Devices Web site.
• For information on the architecture and system interface of the
Analog Devices processor, refer to the appropriate Analog Devices
processor’s hardware reference manual.
• For processor timing specification and other hardware design
information, refer to the appropriate processor’s data sheet.
• For complete information on software development tools
(assembler, compiler, linker, and so on), refer to documentation
included with CrossCore Embedded Studio or VisualDSP++. This
information is available in the online help and PDF format in the
Docs folder.
• For information about your development platform, refer to your
operating system manuals and hardware system manuals.
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INDEX
C
H
configurator utility, 1-8
configuring operating voltage, 1-4, 1-5
connectors, 2-2
contents, emulator package, 1-2
custom processor boards, 2-3
hardware
description, 2-1
references, 4-1
high-speed USB device, vii
I
D
data sheets, 4-1
designing custom boards, 2-3
Device Manager window, 1-5
documentation resources, 4-1
driver installation, 1-5
E
EE-175, 1-1, 1-9
EE-356, 1-1, 1-9
EE-68, 1-8, 2-3, 4-1
emulator connectors, 2-2
emulator troubleshooting, 1-1, 1-9
emulator warranty, 1-9
EngineerZone, xi
F
frequency, 2-3
installation of software, 1-3
I/O voltage, vii
J
JTAG frequency, 1-9
JTAG/SWD
clock frequency, 2-3
clock operation, vii
frequency, 1-9
header, 2-3
port, 2-3
JTAG/SWD frequency, 1-9
L
LED, 2-1
M
mechanical specifications, 2-3
multiprocessor support, vii
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Index
P
PC configuration, 1-2
powering up the emulator, 1-7
Q
quality assurance, 3-2
R
resetting the target, 2-2
T
target, resetting, 2-2
technical support, ix, 3-1
V
verifying driver installation, 1-5
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