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Member Since 14 Sep 2010
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In Topic: Fixed Issue: tight loops may block Visual Studio debugging

05 October 2010 - 11:36 PM

Hi NaturallyResistant,

Thanks for the feedback and welcome to the Netduino community!

Have you upgraded to the v4.1.0.4 firmware? It should throw an exception if the card is not SPI compatible (instead of requiring that the card be removed).

Also, if you format the card on your PC (with FAT16 or FAT32) and re-insert it in your Netduino, does it work alright?

Finally, do you have a PN for the MicroSD card? We've used Sandisk cards that work great, so this is interesting...


I had upgraded the firmware. Your suggestion of formatting the card seems to have fixed everything. I had verified that it was formatted as FAT before using it so I'm not sure what's different, but I'm sure glad to be able to start working with the Netduino Plus now. Thanks!

In Topic: Fixed Issue: tight loops may block Visual Studio debugging

05 October 2010 - 09:06 PM

I have also had trouble deploying to the Netduino Plus. One thing that I've noticed is that I only have an issue if I have a MicroSD card inserted (even though my test code below does not mount or access the card).
public static void Main()
    while (true)

The MicroSD card is from SanDisk (2 GB, just purchased today). If I remove it, the code deploys without issue.

Will post more if I discover anything else.

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