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AR# 24931

MIG v1.7 - Internet Explorer was unable to link to the Web page you requested. The page might be temporarily unavailable.


Keywords: MIG, Memory Interface Generator, 1.7, Design, Notes, Internet Explorer, unable, link, web page

When generating a MIG v1.7 design, MIG opens a window displaying the Design Notes. Why do the Design Notes list the following error message instead of the Design Note documentation?

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Please try the following:
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The MIG Design Notes are stored in a .chm (Microsoft Compressed HTML Help) file called design_notes.chm. On some Windows installations, this error will occur when .chm files are opened from network locations. Therefore, if MIG is installed on a Network drive, this error may occur when the design_notes.chm file is opened. A number of Windows updates have been seen to cause this error. If MIG is installed on a local drive, this will not occur.

In order to view the MIG Design Notes, please do one of the following.
1. Install MIG on a local drive and re-generate the MIG v1.7 design. During design generation, the design_notes.chm file will properly open.
2. Copy the design_notes.chm file to a local drive and manually open the file. To locate the design_notes.chm help file, browse to the following directory:
Copy the design_notes.chm file and paste it in a user-specified directory on a local drive. Manually open the file to view the MIG v1.7 Design Notes.
AR# 24931
Date Created 09/04/2007
Last Updated 04/06/2009
Status Archive
Type General Article