I'm currently implementing AWE on STM32H743 microcontroller. I've used STM32F769i-Simple project as a reference. The first problem that I encountered was that when using a fresh microcontroller purchased from mouser.com, when trying to connect to AWE server, it produces a CRC error. After contacting both STM and DSPC tech support (4 months of exchanging e-mails), it turned out that some microcontrollers (developments kits such as Nucleos) have an embedded licence, which allows them to talk to AWE server, whereas microcontrollers which are sold on mouser don't, which results in the aforementioned CRC error. So I carried on with using a microcontroller desoldered from a Nucleo board.
I managed to get the tuning interface working and am currently able to upload a layout through AWE Designer software. The next logical step is to get it running in standalone mode. I generated the target files and added the part where it uploads the layout from C array, however now I get error -76, which stands for "Bad packet - CRC error". I've tried reproducing that issue on stm32f769i-disco board, however on stm32f769i-disco everything seems to work fine, no errors. Can you give me any pointers as to what can produce the aforementioned error?