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boot from bank2, BFB2 bit, SYSCFG_MEMRMP

Question asked by samath.john on Feb 14, 2014
Latest reply on Feb 14, 2014 by Clive One
I am confused with these lines on Ref. Manual(0090) RM Rev.6 Page70 of 1710 (6th? para)

To select the boot from Flash memory bank 2, clear the BFB2 bit in the user option bytes. When this bit is set and the boot pins are in the boot from main Flash memory configuration, the device boots from system memory, and the boot loader jumps to execute the user application programmed in Flash memory bank 2. For further details, please refer to AN2606.

Also can someone explain what the SYSCFG_MEMRMP does?

Can I reprogram the embedded bootloader in system memory pre programmed by ST?


Thank you
John

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