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  1. With JPeyron's advice I was able to get my designs working on the BASYS3. I have very detailed instructions, with a lot's of screenshots on my wiki: https://sites.google.com/a/umn.edu/mxp-fpga/home/vivado-notes/home-vivado-notes-xilinx-vivado-design-suite-16-2-and-embedded-processing-using-microblaze/xilinx-vivado-design-suite-16-2-and-embedded-processing-using-microblaze-with-basys3-simple-hello Good luck.
  2. Thanks for your help but I finally made some progress and got it working. : ) See the attached block diagram below. To answer my question above, the Microblaze with an AXI peripheral does work on a BASYS3 board. Two comments: 1) the main mistake with my original design was that the reset was set to active HI; it needs to be left active LO as shown below. 2) The hello program will only start once you have hit "reset", i.e., BTNC on the BASYS3 board. (This is some minor issue I still need to look into.) Finally, I cannot stress that (at least for me) only the step-by-step approach o
  3. I have been trying to implement a simple Hello World program using a Microblaze IP on a BASYS3 board using Vivado 16.1 and 16.2. I have had success using the Microblaze MCS design shown in figure mb1.pgn below, which shows that the board and interface works. However, after many attempts I have never been able to get the design working using a Microblaze, as shown in image mb2. png below. My simple question is, has anyone gotten the Microblaze to work on a BASYS3 using the free Web version of Vivado 16.1 or 16.2? Here is some additional information, for anyone interested: T