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Using STM32L0 in simulator mode

Question asked by g.Rebwar on Jul 7, 2015
Latest reply on Jul 9, 2015 by g.Rebwar

I want to develop code for STM32L0 device using KEIL ( MDK ARM V5.15.0). I try to debug the code in simulator mode but whenever I run the debug I get an Error message (*** error 65: access violation at 0x40021000 : no 'write' permission) or Read Permission for each step.
 Has anyone came across this issue before.?  I appreciate it if you could guide me through setting up a project in simulator mode if it needs changes in settings.

Thanks in advance