View Full Version : Soft reset at 100MHz - what then?
Yet Another Question:
Auto Scale, running at 100Mhz at the time I reset the device (1910).
When it comes up the XCPUScalar is not running.
What is the CPU speed?
100? (last set)
200? (default without XCPUScalar)
Thanks for any explanations
29-08-2003, 11:50 AM
Although I'm not 100% positive, I'm thinking it is back to the 200mhz default.
I say this becuase if you soft reset your device it stops all programs from running. Therefore, when it boots back up, you do not see XCPUScalar running, thus no auto scaling is taking place.
I think XCPUScalar is only overclocking when the program is running.
29-08-2003, 05:04 PM
Yup... as 'DM' said... I think you'll find that once you soft reset, all defaults back to 'zero' so to speak :)
I'm not sure....
I tried now to D/L the Pocket Hack Master - it has the "Fetch current settings"
Then I used Scaler to set the 100MHz and hit Soft reset.
After that I ran PHM and it reported 99MHz.
Same with 200 and 300 MHz settings.
That keeps me wondering the settings are perhaps more persistent than we thought.
01-09-2003, 12:50 PM
This depends on your PDA as they behave differently. On the 1910 the 100MHz speed will stick even on a soft reset. On a 400MHz Xscale, it usually resets back to manufacturer defaults.