[CLOSED] STM32G431CB / Flash issue

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  • [CLOSED] STM32G431CB / Flash issue

    Hello,

    I am using J-Flash V6.60f to flash a STM32G431CB (SWD interface) with a given .hex file.
    Everything goes well until "Restoring" (message at the end of the message):
    ...
    Start of restoring
    - ERROR: Timeout while restoring target, RAMCode did not respond in time. (PC = 0x00000000, CPSR = 0x00000000, LR = 0x21000000)!
    - ERROR: Failed to restore target. RAMCode never stops
    - End of restoring
    ...

    What does this step exactly?
    How can I get rid of this issue?

    Thanks forward for your help,
    Kind regards,

    Sébastien

    -------------------------------------------------------------
    Programming and verifying target (12968 bytes, 2 ranges) ...
    - Checking if selected data fits into selected flash sectors.
    - Start of preparing flash programming
    - End of preparing flash programming
    - Start of determining dirty areas in flash cache
    - End of determining dirty areas
    - CPU is running at 56000 kHz.
    - Start of flash programming
    - Programming range 0x08000000 - 0x080037FF ( 7 Sectors, 14 KB)
    - End of flash programming
    - Flash programming performed for 1 range (14336 bytes)
    - 0x8000000 - 0x80037FF ( 7 Sectors, 14 KB)
    - Start of verifying flash
    - End of verifying flash
    - Start of restoring
    - ERROR: Timeout while restoring target, RAMCode did not respond in time. (PC = 0x00000000, CPSR = 0x00000000, LR = 0x21000000)!
    - ERROR: Failed to restore target. RAMCode never stops
    - End of restoring
    - ERROR: Failed to program and verify target
    Disconnecting ...
    - Disconnected
  • Hi Sébastien,
    Thank you for your inquiry.

    We are analyzing an issue regarding the STM32G431-series right now.
    What you are experiencing seems to be connected to this issue.
    We will come back to you as soon as we have news about this.

    Best regards,
    Fabian
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