[U-Boot-Users] Re: why "go 0x0" and "go 0x0c000000" could start u-boot?

Sam Song samsongshu at yahoo.com.cn
Tue May 15 07:39:41 CEST 2007

HoHo_Zhao <hoho_zhao at sina.com> wrote:
> hello, everyone:
> (Will somebody write to me to tell me how i can see your replies?)

If you gotten two replies at the same time, it means you can 
see my reply and our replies.

> I am sure u-boot was flashed in 0x0c000000, but why "go 0x0" has the
> same effect?!

Probably 0x0 is kind of invalid address for normal access. So
'go 0x0' made CPU in check-stop status and then it restart CPU
like reset from 0x0c000000. Pls check the board memory map 
to understand it.




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