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Lucid V2
Have you tried DDR3 tutorial? I have copied code, what the tutorial description says to this forum and two months later I get this; disappointing. The tutorial claims I can substitute any byte (character) to the memory location. This is only true if the byte is created within the case statement. I cannot create variable or take a byte from the UART, for example, and store it to memory; it will not even show the byte (these are regular ASCII characters, A-Z, a-z, 0-9) if I try to display it from within the case statement. If there is real (timely) interest in solving this for me and you, I will create a small routine you can run to see what I am talking about.

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