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  1. I've found that if I don't include -dLaunchPadDLL in the Dialog dll box located in the debug tab of target options, the debugger acts strangely and in some cases does not work. With the inclusion of -dLaunchPadDLL, there seems to be no problem. I don't understand why it's working now so for now I'll take it as is.
  2. I just can't manage to start a new project in Keil. I took and completed the edx course offered by valvano, however I realized that we were never taught how to program completely from scratch. Even though I managed to create a 5 key piano toy, I am not able to start a simple empty while loop project in keil. These are the steps that I undertake after watching various tutorials and such. Open Keil. -->project-->new project (name project, select tm4c123gh6pm, copy startup files to project). I now have a project that looks like, \target1 ...\source group ........startup_TM4C123 Now I right click on target 1, add a new group. I name this group main. Okay, now I right click on source group, and click add existing file. I navigate to ARM/startup/ti/tm4c123g/system_TM4C123 and i copy this file to my project. I now create my main.c file in the main group. project directory looks like this now, \target1 ....\source group ........startup_tm4c123 ........system_tm4c123 ....\main ........main.c I go ahead and define my main function as, int main(void){ while(1){}} I try to compile...and i get *** error 65: access violation at 0x400FE070 : no 'write' permission in the command window. Can someone give me a definitive method on starting a new project. I feel pretty dumb right now. Thanks.
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