We have designed a custom board with D1559 processor, we have manufactured 11nos, while board bring up we are facing issues such as CATERR, so thought of debugging by connecting the JTAG (XDP) with the lauterbach, we are able to detect the CPU as BROADWELL DE when the detect command is given but we are not able to halt or reset the CPU.
Kindly advice on solving the issue.
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Thank you for the support,
Have gone through the ERRATA doc, but did not find any matching results related with issue we are facing.
While trying to establish the connection by turning it to UP in the lauterbach tool, we get a warning saying could not get ownership from VCU.
Please suggest on solving this issue. have attached the screen shot for the same.