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    Replied to the thread Possible bug in L1 / L2 verification or RP2040_M0_0.

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    Quote from SEGGER - Alex: “Agree or not, your choice. Fact is: All J-Link flash loaders are designed to work with the natively memory-mapped space of the chip. For the RP2040 this is 16 MB, according to the datasheet. This means, J-Link will be able to…
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    Replied to the thread Possible bug in L1 / L2 verification or RP2040_M0_0.

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    I guess it doesn't really matter once L1 verification can be disabled, but I am not attempting to do anything different at all between the two chips. I am simply trying to flash the exact same code, to the exact same address (0x10000000 memory map, 0x00…
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    Replied to the thread Possible bug in L1 / L2 verification or RP2040_M0_0.

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    I disagree that this is not a bug for the following reasons: 1. I am not flashing or debugging beyond the memory mapped space; anything above the map is for persistent storage only and does not interact with the JLink. 2. Your provided RP2040 examples…
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    Replied to the thread Possible bug in L1 / L2 verification or RP2040_M0_0.

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    After more investigation into this, I would say there is definitely an error; possibly with the RP2040 flash loader but as I don't have access to the DSK, I cannot tell. The RP2040 IS capable of using more than 16MB of flash memory. Perhaps the error was…