I am trying to build a multiprocessor system, using the Altera tutorial "tt_nios2_multiprocessor_design_v1". But after successful compilation when I am trying to include the sopcinfo in the NIOS II its showing .sopcinfo doesnot contain a CPU. I am not being able to figure out where am I going wrong.
Hi There.Did this ever get solved? I am having the same problem with Quartus 13.0sp1. I have followed this tutorial step by step: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1a_cd6fbroa I have the same exact connections as seen in 4:43. But when I import the .sopcinfo file as in 10:02 I get the same screenshot as above. I am sure that this may be some small default missing, which the guy on the video has set already and forgot to talk about. Or maybe it can be some file access problem? I have Quartus installed on the default C:\Altera location, and my projects are created under the "My Documents" folder. O.S. is Windows 8.1 64 bits. Thanks, Marcelo.
After installing the patch described here: http://help.ece.ubc.ca/altera  ftp://ftp.altera.com/up/pub/cygwin_p...gwin_patch.zip and re-creating the project from scratch, all seems to be working.