Split from: SD Card + ASF doesn't work

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Hi all,

 

I know the post is outdated. But I have same problem with you. Do you have any solution for using Caches? 

 

Thanks,

Last Edited: Wed. Feb 19, 2020 - 02:20 PM
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Did you not see #3 ?

 

And #5 ?

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Last Edited: Wed. Feb 19, 2020 - 11:12 AM
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Hi awneil,

 

Thanks your reply. I saw the solution. But this solution work for example project scenerio. But, i need to use D-cache and I-cache. So, this solution is not support that. 

 

Thanks,

 

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So it's not the same problem, then - is it?

 

i need to use D-cache and I-cache

On an AVR ?!

 

surprise

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Hi again,

 

I could not run the Example project shown in below. And then, i tried the solution that in post #3. The solution fixed the bug for "example project". But, its not solution for my case. 

 

On the other side, you can find my test project structure in below. But, i will use  FreeRTOs, LwIP etc in future. 

 

Ide: Atmel Studio 7

ASF: version 3.47.0

Example: SD/MMC/SDIO Card FatFs Examle- SAME70-XPLD

Board: SAME70-XPLD

3rd Party: FatFs r0.09

Last Edited: Wed. Feb 19, 2020 - 12:01 PM
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bsahan wrote:
But, its not solution for my case.

So why, then, did you hijack this old thread?

 

Clearly, yours is not the same problem!

 

bsahan wrote:
SAME70-XPLD

So not an AVR !

 

You need to be in the SAM forum.

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I'm sorry about my mistake. But, Its about searching tool error. I added some keywords(SAME70, fatfs, etc.) to search toolbox and found some matches like that post.  But i didn't check again title. I checked only content.

 

Maybe you skipped the first post too. That post(in below) may be the reason I am here !

 

jackxl wrote:
I know that board is OK, because I use SAME70 Explained and It works with ASF Example.