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5 years, 8 months ago.
It seems that recently released EEPROM driver uses an add on board with an EEPROM chip that is now obsolete;
From the driver notes: Note: The I2C EEPROM memory (M24LR64) is available on a separate ANT7-M24LR-A daughter board (not provided with the STM32746G_DISCOVERY board). This daughter board must be connected on the CN2 connector.
????????why bother releasing a "new" driver for a device that is no longer available???!!!!!!
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