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I have run into a weird situation. I am downloading Firmware for another PSoC via USB and storing it in FLASH - later I will bootload the other PSoC with this saved firmware. To be more efficient, I am buffering the download from the USB and writing using Em_EEPROM in 256 byte chunks. At then end, I have 10 bytes left to write and when I call Em_EEPROM with that last 10 bytes, it never returns from the call and reboots! If I change the last write to 256 bytes, it writes to Flash and doesn't reboot!