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Thank you very much James.. It was really helpful!!!



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Hello Alex
I have been away on an engine test. The total size of the memory that the micro can access is 10000h bytes. If the ECU has a 27C256 EPROM fitted then that is 8000h bytes, the programme must be located at the top of the memory so the offset is 8000h as well (8000h+8000h = 10000h). Some definitions will have the maps starting at 0000h and ignore the offset, I prefer to include it because then the maps are at their 'real' location and the addresses tally with those in the code disassembly that I use.
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Please guys, its urgent! I would be grateful, if anyone knows something



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Hello guys!

 

Its a really urgent question.

I have opened the I2 ecu xdf, i clicked at the XDF header info and i mentioned that the bin size is 8000 (correct), but the Base offset is still 8000. Isn't this supposed to be 0000?

Will the file run properly, or there is a mistake.

Is there other mistakes that i have to correct in this xdf?

 

Thank you, Alex



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