Is the program using emulated EEPROM, FLASH writes during operation ?
Any high current loads like motors operated by PSOC or sharing power
Welcome in the forum!
That is a strange experience you made and has been found before only once where the cause have been large spikes from a motor on the power supply. Since you seemingly operate your device using a MiniProg3 this may not be your case.
What kind of board are you using? An own board or one of the Cypress Kits? Which one???
Can you post your complete project, so that we all can have a look at all of your settings? To do so, use
Creator->File->Create Workspace Bundle (minimal)
and attach the resulting file.
PS: Wherew in Germany are you located? I live near Bremen.
Where are you in germany, I live in New Hampshire ?
Probably difficult for me to meet you, but Germany is smaller than US. I've already met (personally) two guys living/working not too far away from my location. Was really fun & good talk.
No, not you Bob, the original poster comment directed towards.
Thanks for your quick replies. I live in Munich, so not the nearest to Bremen;-)
I am using emulated EEPROM, and now I protected all bocks. So far it is working, so it really seems to be a problem with the EEPROM. But can the position of the emulated EEPROM change during runtime, because I save the value of the slider a lot of times and the system was still working??
I will check tomorrow again and reply if the failure comes again.