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SDRAM on STM32F429I with disabled 16-bit byte

Question asked by smrtkai on Apr 13, 2016
Latest reply on Apr 14, 2016 by Amel N
I am using a STM32F429I discovery board. I have a running project in which I can generate code from STM32CubeMX. I would like to disable "16-bit byte", because I need the pin PE0 as a clock source for TIM4 (ETR2).

The FMC controller for SDRAM2 is configured as follows:
Clock and chip enable: SDCKE1+SDNE
Internal bank numer: 4 banks
Address: 13 bits
Data: 16 bits
16-bit byte enable

Does anyone knows if this is possible?