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After the MCU is powered on, it only reads the EEPROM data to the memory, and the probability of error is large.

Question asked by julian cheng on Mar 17, 2019
Latest reply on Mar 18, 2019 by Hui_Ma

After the MCU is powered on, it only reads the EEPROM data to the memory. What is the probability of the error?
There is no problem in reading the timing of the operation of the EEPROM function. (Because I have seen other people reading the EEPROM are read many times, and then compare the read values are the same, or use the checksum method. The read data is summed, and the EEPROM is stored in a special byte. The check values are compared and will be used.)

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