2.1. Starting the Flash Programmer GUI 2.2. Specifying your Flash Programmer Settings 2.3. Working with Flash Programmer Settings Files 2.4. Setting the Hardware Connection 2.5. Checking System ID and System Timestamp 2.6. Generating Flash Files and Programming Flash Memory 2.7. Document Revision History for Using the Flash Programmer GUI
B.1. Overview B.2. Start Button Grayed Out in the Flash Programmer GUI B.3. 'No Nios® II Processors Available' Error B.4. 'No CFI Table Found' Error B.5. 'No EPCS Registers Found' Error B.6. 'System Does Not Have Any Flash Memory' Error B.7. 'Reading System ID at Address 0x<address>: FAIL' Error B.8. 'Base Address Not Aligned on Size of Device' Error B.9. Document Revision History for Troubleshooting
B.2.2. Suggested Actions
- Check the Problems tab for any information about what may be missing or incorrect.
- Ensure that your JTAG cable settings are correct. Specify the connection in the Hardware Connections dialog box, by clicking Refresh Connections and Resolve Names, and selecting the Nios® II processor that matches the value in CPU to program flash.
- Ensure that you have selected a file to program to the flash memory, and that it appears with the correct Conversion Type and Flash Offset values.