Using Clock Config from Atmel Start and EEPROM from ASF?

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Hey guys,

I have an Atmel SAMD21G18A (to be precise, i have an Arduino M0 Pro, but i want to use it without any Arduino Libs or any of that stuff).

So i used Atmel Start to configure the Clocks, so the CPU runs on 48MHz. But i also want to use the EEPROM Emulation Service from ASF, which i cant find in Atmel Start.

When i open the ASF Wizard, i cant select my Atmel Start generated project. I already tried configuring the clocks with the Clock Config Service from ASF, but i'm getting loads of errors when compiling (without any of my own code, errors in the header files).

Is there any way to use Atmel Start to generate my project and then add the EEPROM Emulation Driver from ASF?

Or can anyone help me configure the clocks with the Clock Management Driver from ASF?

Thanks in advance!

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Selecting a board is required by START (ASF4).  Which board did you select?

 

Have you looked at the "Persistent Storage" module (Middleware -> Utilities -> Persistent Storage)?

 

Greg Muth

Portland, OR, US

Atmel Studio 7.0 on Windows 10

Xplained/Pro/Mini Boards mostly

 

 

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I selected the Custom User Board, as the only other available option would be the SAMW25 Board.

I have not checked that out, thanks for the tip!