Created: Aug, 2015
Last modified: Dec, 2015
Solution: It turns out ST-LINK doesn’t support JTAG programming. Go to “Options for target” –> “Debug” tab –> “Settings” to the right of “Use ST-Link Debugger” –> “Debug” tab –> under “Port” dropdown menu select “SW” instead of “JTAG”.
Ref: this link
Although the latest default STM32F4 library in Keil is STM32CubeF4, one can roll back to the old version as follows:
Launch Keil pack installer, and install “Keil:STM32F4xx_DFP” with version 1.0.8 (the last version before STM32CubeF4).
When selecting the software pack, select “Keil::STM32F4xx_DFP” 1.0.8, and select “fix” in the drop-down menu.
Pin 1 (the pin with a white dot nearby): PWR
Pin 2: SWCLK
Pin 3: GND
Pin 4: SWDIO
Pin 5: NRST
Pin 6: SWO
This can be useful for debugging purpose. See this post on STM32 forum. Check the information in the reference manual of specific STM32 MCUs. The “MCO” output pin can be found in corresponding datasheet. For example, on STM32F030, it can be done with the code as follows (actually according to the reference manual MCO prescaler is not available for STM32F030 MCUs in hardware level):
GPIO_InitStructure.GPIO_Pin = GPIO_Pin_8; GPIO_InitStructure.GPIO_Mode = GPIO_Mode_AF; GPIO_InitStructure.GPIO_Speed = GPIO_Speed_50MHz; GPIO_Init(GPIOA,&GPIO_InitStructure); RCC_MCOConfig(RCC_MCOSource_SYSCLK, RCC_MCOPrescaler_1);
The above code uses the old standard peripheral libraries.