A little background. I'm doing development on a custom board designed for a class. It uses the MAX10 10M50SAE144C8G. The board is used for a hardware security lab course and we're using the built in TSD to trigger some events.So as a proof of concept, I wanted to just get some easy measurements from the ADC using the ADC Toolkit as described in this video (https://tinyurl.com/yc74buc). I got all of that working, and am able to look at the ADC data using the scope feature in the ADC Toolkit. The values do NOT match what is in the spec sheet, but that's another topic for another time. But I can heat up my device, cool it down, and I can get the data to change how I'd expect. The issue I have is that when I scope the ADC data, after a little bit of time I get the blue screen of death (BSoD). It only happens when I use the ADC Toolkit and I start a measurement. Sometimes, I'm able to get a small sample and close the window without the BSoD. If I get a small sample and stop the scope, but do not close the window, I get BSoD. Any ideas what is wrong? I searched around and couldn't find anyone else with this issue. Thanks!
--- Quote Start --- Hi, You may refer to this video link if this can help on your issue. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3i2lv9ssypu --- Quote End --- I saw that video. Signal tap is always a good choice for something like that. I ended up loading the TSD values into BRAM anyway, so I had the IP add the debugging logic and verified my results using the memory content editor. I haven't found a reason why my (and everyone else that tried it) ADC Toolkit. I guess it's just not "there" yet.