If you are using a Speedgoat target machine, contact Speedgoat
If you cannot start your target computer with the Simulink® Real-Time™ boot media or network boot image:
Recreate the target boot kernel by using new media.
Check that the
Real-Time kernel properties correspond with the
target settings displayed in the
To display the current values of
Real-Time target settings
for the default target computer, type
arguments. To display their allowed values, type:
tgs = SimulinkRealTime.getTargetSettings; tgs.set
If the target computer does not start and shows only a blank screen, to display messages that the kernel prints during startup, type:
tgs = SimulinkRealTime.getTargetSettings; tgs.TargetScope = 'Disabled'
Restart the target computer and check the console log for error messages. To read the target computer console log, type:
console_log = SimulinkRealTime.utils.getConsoleLog;
When you have corrected the errors, set
= 'Enabled', and then restart the target computer.
tgs.LegacyMultiCoreConfig = 'on'.
Real-Time kernel cannot discover system resources that are
not compliant with the Advanced Configuration and Power Interface
(ACPI) standard. To allow the kernel to discover such devices by using
the legacy MPFPS in the target computer BIOS, set
= 'on', and then restart the target computer.
If you are doing a network boot and the procedure
displays a message similar to
Check that the
is running. If it is not, recreate the network boot image.
Temporarily disable the internet security (firewall) software on the development computer. Test if you can start the target computer. If you can, ask your IT manager to configure the internet security software to allow the start procedure to work in its presence.