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[ARM] how to hands-on with Stm32f401 nucleo for a beginner in ARM and keil

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I am Newbie to ARM CORTEX series micro-controllers. I have bought a STM32F401 NUCLEO board. I am planning to program it in Keilu5/u4.
I am not able to understand the use of libraries in keil environment. i request you to kindly provide any documents for using keil or any blogs to successfully work with my new stm32f401 board on all protocols.
 

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Which version of Keil are you using? There is difference in library addition in v4 and v5(inbuilt libraries).
 

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am using keil v5

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I bought STM32F401 nucelo board. I have downloaded keil microvision4 and microvision5 IDE. I have watched getting started videos from youtube
(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_QXoTNP9GIw) and i followed the same process, I am getting an error

"error: #5: cannot open source input file "stm32f4xx_conf.h": No such file or directory"

Help me to find the stm32f4xx.h file for my stm32f401 nucelo board
 

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Obviosly, you should add *_conf.h" header file to your project folder, also include it in project files. It contents macros regarding degug functions like 'assert params'.
 

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