SD bug?

I have an issue when I try to write to in SD.

This is my code:

public static void SDWrite(string text, string filename, FileMode modo)
		PersistentStorage sdPS = new PersistentStorage("SD");// Create a new storage device            
		sdPS.MountFileSystem();// Mount the file system

		string rootDirectory = VolumeInfo.GetVolumes()[0].RootDirectory;// Access storage device
		FileStream FileHandle = new FileStream(rootDirectory +
				 @ "\" + filename, modo);
		byte[] data = Encoding.UTF8.GetBytes(text+"\r\n");

		FileHandle.Write(data, 0, data.Length);

		sdPS.UnmountFileSystem();// Unmount file system
	catch (IOException ex) //???
		dataLogger.addErrorLog(ex.Message, "errores.txt");
		throw new SDIOException();                
		throw new ApplicationException("Exception");

This is the error:

[quote]#### Exception System.IO.IOException - CLR_E_FILE_IO (4) ####


Microsoft.SPOT.IO.VolumeInfo::.ctor [IP: 0000]

Microsoft.SPOT.IO.RemovableMedia::MessageHandler [IP: 0022]

An unhandled exception of type ‘System.IO.IOException’ occurred in Microsoft.SPOT.IO.dll[/quote]

I’ve been looking for some info in Internet and I have found some interesting things:

Any idea??

you need to allow netmf to close it before disposing; this has been discussed here before. I think the workaround is to just thread.sleep(1000) before disposing the SD object - search a bot more and you’ll find how others did it.

Thanks for the answer, but this does not work…

I have been some test and, if I use this code and an old class for LCD (it uses Glide so different layout, different button events definitions, etc.) all works ok.

Can this be related? :o

If you step in code one line at once, does it work?

No it doesn’t. I’ll try to explain:

I have this:

	some code here...
	SDAccess.SDWrite(str, "settings.xml", FileMode.Create);
	some more code...

If I use step by step execution, I get the exception when all code block is executed, after the “}”