9.1.4 Boot StrategiesThe system always boots at address 0x0. To ensure maximum boot possibilities, the memorylayout can be changed via GPNVM.A general-purpose NVM (GPNVM1) bit is used to boot either on the ROM (default) or from theFlash.The GPNVM bit can be cleared or set respectively through the "Clear General-purpose NVM Bit"and "Set General-purpose NVM Bit" commands of the EEFC User Interface.Setting GPNVM Bit 1 selects the boot from the Flash, clearing it selects the boot from the ROM.Asserting ERASE clears GPNVM Bit 1 and thus selects the boot from the ROM by default.GPNVM2 enables to select if Flash 0 or Flash 1 is used for the boot.Setting GPNVM bit 2 selects the boot from Flash 1, clearing it selects the boot from Flash 0.
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