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for ADAU1701 is not required generate an LDR file so I assume also for ADAU1467″
“This code is currently in volatile memory and it will be gone as soon as the DSP is powered off. We therefor need to store it permanently in EPROM in order to enable the DSP to load it at boot-up. Switch back to the Hardware Configuration tab, Config section. Right-click the ADAU1701 block and select Write Latest Compilation to E2PROM. Press OK in the next dialog and watch the progress bar while the code is stored in EPROM. You should now be able to power cycle the DSP and it should boot-up loading the latest project you written to memory.”