xPC Target error, no accessible disk

Discussion in 'MATLAB' started by Eeva, Aug 12, 2005.

  1. Eeva

    Eeva Guest

    Hello everybody,

    When I boot the target-pc I get an error message "no accessible disk
    found: file system disable". When I build and run a model I get a
    message "-33:device driver resource error". I´m using Matlab 7 SP2
    and IDE drive as a primary master. The file system is type FAT. So
    what is still wrong???

    Thanks for your help!
     
    Eeva, Aug 12, 2005
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  2. Eeva

    Gordon Weast Guest

    For some reason, the initial probe to find the disk doesn't seem
    to be working on your machine.

    How is the disk partitioned? What OS did you use to create and
    format the partition? It appears to matter how you created the
    partition.

    When you download a model, the disk is probed for 5 different
    partitions. Each one that isn't found results in the resource
    error getting printed out so if you see 4 error messages, that
    means it found one partition.

    If you open up xpcexplr and connect to the target, does it show
    any disk partitions?

    Gordon Weast
    xPC Target Development
    The Mathworks
     
    Gordon Weast, Aug 12, 2005
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  3. Eeva

    Eeva Guest

    Hi,

    The partition was made with Windows 98 start disk. The partition is
    18Gb FAT32. When I connect to the target I get 5 "-4:drive not found"
    error messages.

    Eeva
     
    Eeva, Aug 15, 2005
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