2 Replies Latest reply on Sep 13, 2018 5:10 AM by anca_3255106

    EZ-USB SDK compilation error with Windows 10



      I recently moved my development environment from a Windows 7 PC to a Windows 10 one.

      I'm using EZ-USB SDK to develop firmware for CX3 devices.

      Everything worked fine on old setup, but on Windows 10 I cannot compile my code anymore, with the following output:


      cs-make all

      Building file: ../.metadata/.plugins/org.eclipse.cdt.make.core/specs.c

      Invoking: Cross ARM C Compiler

      cs-make: Interrupt/Exception caught (code = 0xc00000fd, addr = 0x420a53)


      DId anyone encounter the same problem? How can be fixed?


      Thanks a lot,

      Best regards,


        • 1. Re: EZ-USB SDK compilation error with Windows 10

          Hello Andrea,


          1)Are you seeing the same build error in multiple Windows 10 machines?

          2)Can you please check if any of the SDK example is getting compiled successfully in the same machine?

          3)Can you please provide your PATH variable setting?

          4)Do you have Git installed in your Windows 10 system?

          • 2. Re: EZ-USB SDK compilation error with Windows 10

            Hi Keaj,


            thanks for the support.

            I noticed the problem was related to a missing file (namely makefile.init), which I did not have in the old environment but seems to be needed for compilation in the new one.


            I also noticed that if I create a new project from scratch from the SDK, this file is created if I choose FX3 project, but it is not if I create a CX3 configuration project (which is what I need). The former compiles, the latter does not. Adding it manually solves the problem.


            Thank and best regards,