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partial reconfig process, when program the pr rbf to fpga through JTAG, it failed

NZhan1
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Hi

 

partial reconfig process, when program the pr rbf to fpga through JTAG, it failed as the figure. how to locate the error?

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Rakhi_T_Intel
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Hello,

May i know the JTAG frequency?

 

NZhan1
Partner
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Hi We use On-Board USB-Blaster II, how to check the Jtag frequency? There is no frequency info on the hardware setup. But sof can be download correctly. Regards, Nicole
NZhan1
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Customer refers to the 17.0.1 version of this ug, and followed the steps. But not on the A10GX dev kit. And meets the error when downloading rbf. https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/programmable/documentation/ihj1482170009390.html Is there any hardware requirements to implement the PR? Thanks! Thanks & Best Regards nicole
Rakhi_T_Intel
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Hello,

when you go to the hardware set up then a pop up window appears which has hardware frequency so try decreasing the frequency to 6MHz from the default value.

NZhan1
Partner
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Hi There is no JTAG frequency showed in the hardware setup. Is it because we use the on-board blaster? But we try to lower the frequency to 6MHz, it works. And rbf can be downloaded now. Regards, Nicole
Rakhi_T_Intel
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The USB-Blaster™ II download cable has a default clock frequency for TCK (JTAG) of 24MHz. The frequency may be changed to lower frequencies where signal integrity and timing does not allow operation at 24MHz

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