Article ID: 000081624 Content Type: Troubleshooting Last Reviewed: 09/11/2012

Is it possible to in-system programmability (ISP) update or program a MAX® II device design in the Configuration Flash Memory (CFM) without overwriting the contents of the User Flash Memory (UFM)?

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Description Yes, it is possible to ISP program the MAX II device design in the CFM without overwriting the content of the UFM. The opposite is also true - you can ISP program the UFM contents without overwriting the MAX II device design in the CFM. The Quartus II Programmer provides the option to individually program :
  • The MAX II device design stored in the CFM block
  • The entire user flash memory (UFM) block
  • Or the entire MAX II device (CFM and UFM content)

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