Reply by Patrick Gempeler December 6, 20042004-12-06
Hallo ??? if you use the emulator, some features (like the COP) are disabled. After flashing your device it could be, that such a features occurs and your EEPROM routine crashs. Look at the datasheet of your processor to find such a feature(s). ;-) --
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We are using 68hcs12 processor. I am able to program the EEPROM
locations using emulator. But after flashing using the same code i am
not able to program eeprom. What could be the problem?

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Reply by sunil1ind December 6, 20042004-12-06

We are using 68hcs12 processor. I am able to program the EEPROM
locations using emulator. But after flashing using the same code i am
not able to program eeprom. What could be the problem?