With the SFR dump method, you can determine what CPU registers were changed between two points (e.g. between reset and
some function, function entry and exit, CPU reset, and CPU initialization, etc.) and find issues via low-level
debugging by revealing and comparing the content of two CPU registers.
Note that you must be familiar with which changes are relevant to the issue at hand.
1. Right-click in the SFR window and select Options. Make sure all three options (Full, after; Group, after; Group if access error occurs) in the Abort refresh section are disabled.
2. Right-click on the specific register in the SFR window and select Save.
3. In the Export dialog, make sure the Text (all) option in the Format field and the Selection option in the Scope section are selected.
CPU runs correctly only when the debugger is physically detached, otherwise, it misbehaves. Using Hot Attach, it is possible to connect to a running CPU.
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