5.16. Displaying the controlled memory map blocks

To display the controlled memory map blocks:

  1. Connect to the ARM926EJ-S target in the EtherRouter Debug Configuration.

  2. Select View → Registers from the Code window main menu to open the Registers view.

  3. Select the EtherRouter tab to view the custom registers. Figure 5.21 shows an example. You might have to click on the right scroll button to locate the tab.

    Figure 5.21. EtherRouter tab in the Registers view

    EtherRouter tab in the Registers view

  4. Select View → Memory Map Tab from the Code window main menu to open the Process Control view with the Memory Map tab selected. Figure 5.22 shows an example:

    Figure 5.22. RAM memory block in the Memory Map tab

    RAM memory block in the Memory Map tab

  5. In the Registers view, change the value of Memory Type to ROM. This activates the memory rule (R_SlowROM) and so changes the memory that is mapped at address 0x00000000.

    The memory block in the Memory Map tab at address 0x00000000 changes to a ROM entry, indicated by a yellow icon, shown in Figure 5.23.

    Figure 5.23. Activated ROM memory block in the Memory Map tab

    Activated ROM memory block in the Memory Map tab

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