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How to read the clock counter (CCNT) of PXA270 processor?

I'm writing a small assembly routine to read the clock counter (CCNT) from

my Pocket PC (PXA270 processor).

I used the following code:

MRC p14, 0, R0, c1, c1, 0

Unfortunately, all I got was a constant number (548772751).? It's supposed? to

change over time.

What's wrong?

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## Platform

Hardware: Pocket PC 2003

Operating system: Windows Mobile .Net

Processor: Intel PXA270

Programming environment: embedded Visual C++ 4.0 or Platform Builder 4.2 and ARM/XScale assembler.

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