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Warning message: "Missing drive strength"

Norick
Beginner
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Hello

with Quartus 18.0 and a Max10 device I get following I/O assignment warning message:

DS1.png

 

When I check the Pin Planner I see following default values:

DS.png

 

Question:

  • Why this warning message when the default current drive strength is set to its default value?!

 

 

thanks

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sstrell
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Quartus is weird: it says you are "missing drive strength" because you didn't explicitly create the assignment yourself to have it written into the .qsf file. What you see is the default and is not written in the .qsf. You can safely ignore this or manually add a drive strength assignment.

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sstrell
Honored Contributor III
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Quartus is weird: it says you are "missing drive strength" because you didn't explicitly create the assignment yourself to have it written into the .qsf file. What you see is the default and is not written in the .qsf. You can safely ignore this or manually add a drive strength assignment.

CalvinJoaz_P_Intel
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Hi Daniel,

 

Kindly refer to previous thread with similar issue.

https://forums.intel.com/s/question/0D50P00003yyL9mSAE/why-warning-missing-drive-strength-

I hope this could help you.

Thank you.

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