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User7989
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I'm trying to enter PSRAM boot mode.

Before I issue a system reset must a 32 byte header be written at the end of PSRAM.

That header contains two CRC32 checksums of polynom 0x04C11DB7.

I have now problems to enter the desired boot mode, and thinks that the CRC-calculation might go wrong.
There are a lot of possibilities for how to configure the CRC32: seed, reflections etc... so i would really appriciate if someone could provide a valid checksum for bounch of known data?

For example what is the correct CRC32 of: 0xA5C3E10F100000004000198E363A

/Anders
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