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Why did I cause S32K144 to die when I sent the command to FS6500's WD_ANSWER register via S32K144?

Question asked by Jason zhao on Feb 6, 2018
Latest reply on Feb 13, 2018 by Tomas Vaverka

Why did I cause S32K144 to die when I sent the command to FS6500's WD_ANSWER register via S32K144?
This will not happen when I am sending instructions to other registers in FS6500.

Here's my code:

      DataSend[0] = 0x4D;
      DataSend[1] = 0xD3;
      master_state = LPSPI_DRV_MasterTransferBlocking(SEND, &DataSend[0], &masterDataReceive[0], BUFFER_SIZE, 1000);

 

Why does this happen?   

 

 

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