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I don't think that would be a problem but if the first byte turns out to be C0 or C2 i think there will be trouble....
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If the first byte is C0 or C2, the problem is understood.
If the first byte is not C0 or C2, it worried to transit to "NO EEPROM/Invalid EEPROM" condition.
i didn't quite understand what you are asking... The boot up sequence is a state machine and chapter 3 has enough documentation as to how the device boots... going through it should clear your doubts...