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Vivado 2016.2 & Zybo mio problem



I installed the newest Vivado 2016.2 and the newest Zybo board files from git repo.

Any attemp to build the project ends with multiple Warnings during the place phase, saying that some Mio ports have more than one voltage standard. And the placement never ends.

It happens even when I try the simplest BD with Zyng core and two AXI_GPIOs for leds and buttons.

any idea?

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Okay, so this is strange.  Usually your error is reserved for undefined pins--pins either whose location or voltage standard is not defined.  Vivado then tries to assign locations and voltage standards to them, and typically does it incorrectly.

Can you tell me which pins it is complaining about?   and are these pins used in your design?


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