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Andrew Pearson wrote:
I can step over WriteFile() and it all works perfectly. Run it and it fails


You know what this means dont you?

In step through the code is taking a lot longer to run than in 'run' mode, so this gives you a clue that it is timing related. ie, you need to make sure the data is completely sentf before changing the UART settings and sending more data. SO look at doing a TX FIFO flush or some such.


Andrew Pearson wrote:
I need to port one to 64bit soon


*Should* be OK, just use the size_t type pretty much everywhere. Smile | :)



Andrew Pearson wrote:
Put a Sleep(10)


Yeah, timing. Flush, reset, disable/enable, 1 byte FIFO... All these can force the chip into the exact state you want.
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