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Abstract: device. This can cause data corruption, and even a system fault. Although bus switches, like most logic , HIGH-to-LOW going waveform that may cause an undershoot event to occur. System design plays the largest , memory module can not only cause data corruption, but also can damage or destroy drams and controllers , cause data corruption. Systems that require hot insertion and extraction have special problems that , an isolated data bus. This can cause data corruption, and even a system fault. System design plays Fairchild Semiconductor
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AN-5021 preventing DC voltage spikes Bus Switches can bus voltage CAN BUS CIRCUIT FSTU32160 undershoot voltage spikes
Abstract: cause data corruption, and even a system fault. System design plays the largest part in whether a bus , device. This can cause data corruption, and even a system fault. Although bus switches, like most logic , only cause data corruption, but also can damage or destroy drams and controllers not designed to , pins. This causes voltage spikes and droops, which in turn cause data corruption. Systems that , capacitive loading change are reduced or eliminated. This reduces the chances of data corruption on an Fairchild Semiconductor
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Abstract: , undershoot voltages greater than ­2V can cause the NMOS to turn ON, causing data corruption. The most , minimizes the amount of drive required for PCI devices. Yet these reflections can also cause undershoot , approximately ­650 mV, by then data corruption on the bus may have already occurred. FIGURE 1. Typical Bus , turn these transistors back ON, creating potential data corruption on the isolated bus. FIGURE 3 , result the device will still cause large leakage currents (10 mA to 15 mA) on the output that will load Fairchild Semiconductor
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IN 5008 DIODE AN-5008 Fairchild Bipolar Transistor High Beta FSTU6800 nmos transistor
Abstract: could still cause data corruption. Figure 4 illustrates a charge pump solution that "pumps up" the , minimizes the amount of drive required for PCI devices. Yet these reflections can also cause undershoot , approximately ­650 mV, by then data corruption on the bus may have already occurred. FIGURE 1. Typical Bus , transistors back ON, creating potential data corruption on the isolated bus. FIGURE 3. Schottky Clamp , cause large leakage currents (10 mA to 15 mA) on the output that will load down the isolated bus and Fairchild Semiconductor
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Abstract: 111b but a setting of 000b while ECC scrubbing is enabled can cause data corruption on the AMD system , . A product errata may cause the behavior of the AMD-761 system controller to deviate from the , Scrubbing May Cause Failure Products Affected. B0, B1, B2, B3, B4 Description. The Idle Cycle Limit , corruption on the AMD system bus during bypassed memory read cycles. Suggested Workaround. Always set the , (sleep) state before STPCLK# is asserted to the processor. Potential Effect on System. Data corruption Advanced Micro Devices
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AMD-760 AMD-761AC AMD-766 athlon 10h family AMD-761TM 23613F--O AMD-766TM
Abstract: TelecomBus can cause corruption on the POH bytes going to the transmit line side of the SPECTRA-2488. The , Movement of the AJ0J1 J0 reference signal on the Add bus will cause a change of frame alignment. This is , devices will cause a glitch on the J0 reference, thereby forcing an undesired change of frame alignment , together internally. 3.5 Z0DEF=1 Can Cause Loss of Frame Alignment Description When Z0DEF=1, the , of 0s may cause the clock and data recovery unit at the far end equipment to fail, resulting in a PMC-Sierra
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PM5315 0263H PM5315-BI 0x1880 520-pin OC48 PM5310 SPECTRATM-2488 SPECTRA-2488TM PMC-2001834 PMC-1990821 0260H
Abstract: asserted during the L2 Flush sequence will cause a corruption of memory write-back data and address , Errata This document details all known silicon errata for the MPC2605. Table 1 provides a revision , Significant Changes Initial release. Removed the table, "Revision Level to Part Marking Cross-Reference." Removed the silicon revisions subheading from the table, "Summary of Silicon Errata and Applicable Revision." This document pertains to all revisions and part markings of the MPC2605. Table 2 summarizes Motorola
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MPC2605CE/D
Abstract: Intel740TM graphics accelerator may contain design defects or errors known as errata which may cause the , which may cause the product to deviate from published specifications. Current characterized errata are , Specification Update Preface Nomenclature Errata are design defects or errors. Errata may cause the , nothing. This may cause the operating system to generate a general page fault (GPF) error. This has been , setup application has caused an error (GPF). When the detail button is selected to determine the cause Intel
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fw82740 400x300x8 290617 400x300 400x300x16 colour tv circuit 740TM 04565-001-S USA/0498/LMA
Abstract: CPM35 Yes Data corruption in SCC transparent mode 68 Chip Errata for the , parity error in the local bus does not cause MCP interrupt. Workaround: Use TEA for parity error in , Devices: MPC8260, MPC8255 Description: The events from software watchdog and bus monitor should cause , cause the 60x bus to hang. Workaround: · If the external master supports the ABB signal, do not use , , which could cause the bus monitor to time-out and TEA to be asserted. Workaround: · Use pipeline Freescale Semiconductor
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MPC8260CE XPC8260 MPC8265 user manual MPC8265 user manual input id 6K23A MPC8250 users manual PCI18 CPM124 CPM126 CPM127 CPM128
Abstract: ) are abundant. Program corruption caused by bus corruption and electromagnetic discharges can cause a , watchdog timer times out, it will cause a reset of the microcontroller. If the system software has been designed correctly and there has been no hardware failure, the reset will cause the system to operate , watchdog timer will timeout and cause a microcontroller reset. In a properly designed system, the reset , , data corruption will not cause a watchdog timeout. Of course, self-diagnostic software can be written Dallas Semiconductor
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DS5000FP DS5001FP DS5002FP DS2250 DS2250T DS2251T 11.0592 CRYSTAL used in microcontroller DS5000T DS2252T
Abstract: timer before it times out. When the watchdog timer times out, it will cause a reset of the , reset will cause the system to operate properly again. The reset condition must be a "safe" state. For , restarts the watchdog. In such a case the watchdog timer will timeout and cause a microcontroller reset , watchdog timer cannot prevent or detect the corruption of data memory. Unless corruption of data affects program flow, or some extra measures are taken, data corruption will not cause a watchdog timeout. Of Dallas Semiconductor
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Abstract: bus corruption and electromagnetic discharges can cause a microprocessor to execute erroneous , not restart the watchdog timer before it times out. When the watchdog timer times out, it will cause , been no hardware failure, the reset will cause the system to operate properly again. The reset , watchdog timer will time­out and cause a microcontroller reset. In a properly designed system, the reset , , data corruption will not cause a watchdog time­out. Of course, self­diagnostic software can be Dallas Semiconductor
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crystal oscillator 11.0592 mhz On Delay Timer Data Sheet watchdog timer in microcontroller
Abstract: it times out. When the watchdog timer times out, it will cause a reset of the microcontroller. If , will cause the system to operate properly again. The reset condition must be a "safe" state. For , restarts the watchdog. In such a case the watchdog timer will timeout and cause a microcontroller reset , watchdog timer cannot prevent or detect the corruption of data memory. Unless corruption of data affects program flow, or some extra measures are taken, data corruption will not cause a watchdog timeout. Of Maxim Integrated Products
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DS5000 AN101 APP101 crystal oscillator 11.0592 mhz timer
Abstract: Corruption Overview: Asserting ARTRY during a L2 Flush sequence will cause chip failure. Detailed Description: An ARTRY asserted during the L2 Flush sequence will cause a corruption of memory write-back , Asserting ARTRY during a L2 Flush sequence will cause chip failure. Memory corruption during an L2 , This document details all known silicon errata for the MPC2605. Table 1 provides a revision history , Changes Initial release. Table 2 provides a cross-reference to match the revision code in the Motorola
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marking L2 motorola CROSS-REFERENCE motorola marking code
Abstract: Registers. This may cause random toggling of the I/O pins. Preventing Volatile Onchip Memory Corruption , an unintended write to the nonvolatile memory. This may cause random corruption of the memory , unexpected activity on the internal data and control lines. This activity may cause MCU Registers, I/O , Corruption When the Detector keeps the MCU in Reset, all MCU activity is halted. When released from Reset , activity such as described before might cause the Special Function Registers to get corrupted. See Atmel
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80C51 t1,t2 BC548 BC548 Texas Instruments MC7805 applications Texas instruments BC558 T89C51CC02 t2 BC558
Abstract: FlexCAN receive message buffer (MB) may cause corruption of another active receive MB, including the ID , bit 6 in the FLASHBAR register cleared can cause corr upted fetches from the device's internal flash , ] or CACR[INVD] set), then cache corruption may occur. Workaround: All loads of the CACR that , . This avoids the cache corruption problem. Fix plan: Currently, there are no plans to fix this , accesses is incorrect and leads to corruption of the second 16-bit read or write. Workaround: When Freescale Semiconductor
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MCF5216 MCF5214 SECF036 SECF038 MCF5282 MCF5216DE MCF5214/16 XXX0324 XXX0326 SECF035
Abstract: May Cause the PCI Bus to Hang. PCI20 Yes Inbound PCI Transaction with No Bytes Enabled May Cause the PCI Bus to Hang. CPU CPU1 CPU2 - , : MPC8260, MPC8255 Description: Data parity error in the local bus does not cause MCP interrupt , . Using this mode in such a system can cause the 60x bus to hang. Workaround: · If the external master , when the external slave is accessed, which could cause the bus monitor to time-out and TEA to be Freescale Semiconductor
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CPM110 CPM48 1K23 CPM130 PCI19 PCI12 PCI16 CPM123 PCI14
Abstract: revision ES1.0 of the silicon. Anomaly #5: Intermittent Video Data Corruption with high MCLK. Problem: There is an issue with some intermittent corruption on incoming video port data when the 69000 is , error may cause the RAM to lose data when in one of these modes. Workaround: There is no workaround , may be random failure which show up on the display as screen data corruption. Workaround: There is , prevent the memory from performing self-refresh. Data corruption occurs when this happens because the Chips and Technologies
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chips 69000 ES-10 tmed AR10 FR40 ST01 PA332/8-97
Abstract: bus corruption and electromagnetic discharges can cause a microprocessor to execute erroneous , not restart the watchdog timer before it times out. When the watchdog timer times out, it will cause , been no hardware failure, the reset will cause the system to operate properly again. The reset , will time­out and cause a microcontroller reset. In a properly designed system, the reset will , cannot be corrected by a reset. For instance, a watchdog timer cannot prevent or detect the corruption Dallas Semiconductor
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Abstract: multiple-beat write with starting address in the last 4 bytes of a 4K block can cause data corruption PCI , block can cause data corruption Overview: PCI multiple-beat write with starting address in the last 4 , (multiple-beat transaction) can cause data corruption. The scenario is as follows: Freescale Semiconductor , timeout instructions may retry snoop indefinitely. and/or cause the snooped transaction to never , causes data corruption 7 8 The MPC8240 as a master is doing a Data corruption can occur. read Motorola
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MPC8240CE mc8240 MC-8240
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