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[AM3359 & FatFS] Did someone successfully write data on microsd memory card? - StarterWare forum - StarterWare - TI E2E Community In reply to eugenio: Ok, one small step ahead (but no solution so far). I've found that: HS_MMCSD library checks some IRQ status registers;the issue occurs exactly after 4096 bytes sent to MMCSD module: this sounds to me as some kind of buffer overrun.
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