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Difference between debug mode and normal mode

 
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chikuten



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Difference between debug mode and normal mode
PostPosted: Tue Sep 14, 2021 8:49 pm     Reply with quote

Hello

I am programming in the MPLAB X IDE development environment
Use PIC microcomputer is PIC24FJ1024GB610.

When executed in debug mode, the LED will light up normally.
However, the LED does not light when writing hex file in normal mode.
LED control uses PIN_G13

Vdd confirmed 3.3V

What's wrong?

please help me.

Code:

#include <24FJ1024GB610.h>

#fuses NOWRTB               
#fuses NOBSS               
#fuses NOBS                  
#fuses NOWRT               
#fuses NOPROTECT            
#fuses NOWPCFG               
#fuses NOPROTECT_CFG         
#fuses NOAIVT               
#fuses NOBSS               
#fuses FRC                  
#fuses NOPLL               
#fuses NOIESO               
#fuses NOPR               
#fuses NOSOSC_SEL                     
#fuses PLL_FROM_FRC         
#fuses NOIOL1WAY            
#fuses NOCKSNOFSM            
#fuses WPOSTS16               
#fuses WDT32               
#fuses NOWDT               
#fuses WINDIS               
#fuses WDTWIN_25%            
#fuses NOWDTCMX               
#fuses WDTCLK_LPRC            
#fuses BROWNOUT               
#fuses NOLVR               
#fuses NODNVP               
#device icd=2               
#fuses NOJTAG               
#fuses NOBTSWP               
#fuses NOALTCMPI            
#fuses NOTMPRPIN            
#fuses SOSC_LOW            
#fuses VREFNORM_CVREFNORM      

#use delay(clock=8000000)

void output_init()
{
   output_low(PIN_A2);
   output_low(PIN_A3);
   output_low(PIN_A14);
   output_low(PIN_A15);
   output_low(PIN_B3);
   output_low(PIN_B4);
   output_low(PIN_B5);
   output_low(PIN_B6);
   output_low(PIN_B7);
   output_low(PIN_C1);
   output_low(PIN_C2);
   output_low(PIN_C4);
   output_low(PIN_C13);
   output_low(PIN_C14);
   output_low(PIN_C15);
   output_low(PIN_D1);
   output_low(PIN_D2);
   output_low(PIN_D3);
   output_low(PIN_D4);
   output_low(PIN_D5);
   output_low(PIN_D6);
   output_low(PIN_D7);
   output_low(PIN_D8);
   output_low(PIN_D9);
   output_low(PIN_D10);
   output_low(PIN_D11);
   output_low(PIN_D12);
   output_low(PIN_D13);
   output_low(PIN_D14);
   output_low(PIN_D15);
   output_low(PIN_E0);
   output_low(PIN_E1);
   output_low(PIN_E2);
   output_low(PIN_E3);
   output_low(PIN_E4);
   output_low(PIN_E5);
   output_low(PIN_E6);
   output_low(PIN_E7);
   output_low(PIN_E8);
   output_low(PIN_E9);
   output_low(PIN_F0);
   output_low(PIN_F1);
   output_low(PIN_F4);
   output_low(PIN_F5);
   output_low(PIN_F8);
   output_low(PIN_G0);
   output_low(PIN_G1);
   output_low(PIN_G2);
   output_low(PIN_G3);
   output_low(PIN_G8);
   output_low(PIN_G9);
   output_low(PIN_G12);
   output_low(PIN_G13);
   output_low(PIN_G14);
   output_low(PIN_G15);
}

void initialize()
{
   setup_oscillator(OSC_INTERNAL, 8000000);

   output_init();

   set_tris_a(0x0000);
   set_tris_b(0x0000);
   set_tris_c(0x0000);
   set_tris_d(0x0000);
   set_tris_e(0x0000);
   set_tris_f(0x0000);
   set_tris_g(0x0000);

   output_init();

}

void main()
{
   static int cnt=0;
   static int flg=0;

   initialize();

   while(1)
   {
      cnt++;
      if(cnt>=10000)
      {
         cnt=0;
         flg^=1;
         output_bit(PIN_G13,flg);
      }
   }
}
Ttelmah



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PostPosted: Wed Sep 15, 2021 1:34 am     Reply with quote

What is on your MCLR pin?.
This needs a pull up resistor.
When in DEBUG mode, this pin is controlled by the debug hardware. When
in release mode, you need to pull it up. 22K to the supply.
What version of MPLAB X?. There have been (several) issues with particular
versions not correctly handling this on particular chips.
I would get rid of _all_ your clock setup fuses. You have several that seem
to conflict with one another. Just use #use delay to select the clock:

#use delay(internal=8MHz)
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