When the debugger is connected and Hardware Security Module (HSM) is enabled in the Programming User Configuration Block (UCB) then the boot code of TC2xx / TC3xx adds a breakpoint to HSM’s first instruction. This stops the HSM core from running and if the primary core is waiting for HSM to start, you can see this as the application / CPU is not running (or the CPU doesn’t start or is waiting for HSM to start executing code).
It is recommended that you use the latest verified winIDEA build.
1. Enable Synchronize selected cores (stop/run) if possible via Hardware / CPU Options / Debugging.
2. Enable the following options for cores you want to be automatically synchronized via Hardware / CPU Options Cores / HSM:
This is the preferred solution and can be used in winIDEA 9.21.134 or higher.
for the HSM initialization file.
2. Open Hardware / CPU Options / Reset.
3. Add the initialization file to Initialization before Programming / Initialize.
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