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Installation Instructions for CCStudio v3.2 and the
Spectrum Digital XDS510 USB/PP+ JTAG Emulator

This page is a guide to installing the Spectrum Digital XDS510 USB JTAG emulator -or- XDS510 PP+ JTAG emulator for use with Code Composer Studio version 3.2 ( aka. CCStudio v3.2 ). These instructions assume that you have already installed CCStudio in the default directory of:

NOTE: If you have chosen to install CCStudio in a different location you must manually adjust each step below to match your actual install path.

XDS510 USB Emulator

Step 1 - Download & Install Emulation Drivers
All Spectrum Digital JTAG emulation drivers for the CCStudio v3.2 platform are integrated into a single driver installer. Download the driver package, then un-zip the package and install the driver. It uses the default directory c:\CCStudio_v3.2.

>> Download Spectrum Digital Driver Release 3.02.13 [20-Oct-2006] <<
>> Download Latest ReleaseNotes <<

Table #1
Emulators XDS510USB, XDS510PP+, SPI515, SPI525
Processors ARM7, ARM9, ARM11, F2400, F2800, C54x, C55x, C62x, C64x, C64x+, C67x
Starter Kits DSK5416, DSK5510, DSK6713, DSK6416, DSK6455, DSKTCI6482, eZdsp2400,eZdsp2800

Step 2 - Connect your Emulator to your PC
For XDS510 USB JTAG Emulator
  1. Connect the XDS510 USB JTAG emulator to your PC through a USB cable. The red USB-ACTIVE light will light for about one second and then turn off.
  2. For first time use of the XDS510 USB JTAG emulator, windows will perform a new Hardware routine. Select the Install from a specific location option.
  3. Then select "Search for the best driver" option
  4. Browse to include C:\CCStudio_v3.2\specdig\xds510usb\ subdirectory of your CCStudio installation.

New Hardware Wizard
For XDS510 PP+ JTAG Emulator
  1. Connect the XDS510 PP+ JTAG emulator to your PC through the included parallel cable.
  2. Connect the included +5V power suppy to the emulator.
  3. The following steps below require that the parallel port I/O address on your PC be at 0x378. In the Software guide, go to the PC I/O Port section to figure out what your parallel port I/O address is and if it needs to be changed.

Table #2
Development Board Family Platforms Config Files
Davinci EVM DM6446 xds510usb emulator Pre-Installed
TCI6482 EVM TCI6482 xds510usb emulator Pre-Installed
6455 EVM C6455 xds510usb emulator Pre-Installed
TCI6482 DSK TCI6482 dsk Pre-Installed
6455 DSK C6455 dsk Pre-Installed

Note: When using emulation tools ( i.e. XDS510, XDS560 emulator, ... ) with the DaVinci EVM, you must first set switch S3 to not boot from U-boot. Follow these instuctions to disable U-boot and allow for emulation.

Step 3 - Automatic CCStudio v3.2 Configuration
At this point, you need to configure CCStudio to recognize your emulator and your target board.
  1. Launch the desktop icon "Setup CCStudio v3.2".
  2. Press the Remove All button to clean up the System Configuration pane.
  3. Refer to Table #2 for Family & Platform configurations .
  4. Choose an Available Configurations option that best suits your own setup.
  5. Press the << Add button to add that configuration.
  6. Save your settings ( File -> Save ).
  7. Exit out of CCStudio Setup and start CCStudio v3.2.

Setup w/ DSK6455

Setup w/ DaVinci EVM

Guides & References
There are three useful guides if you come across an error during a step from above
  • Troubleshooting guide
    For problems involving your JTAG emulator, development board, TI CCStudio, and your CCStudio projects.
  • Software guide
    For general information about the JTAG emulator utilities and setup. For general information involving CCStudio versions, setup configuration, components, and debug environment.
  • Hardware guide
    For general information about the JTAG emulator hardware, daughtercards, general tips for hardware developers, and general tips on hardware features.
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