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  • not solution but maybe workaround or thing to check - you can retype the array as Uint8Array in place (they share same memory) and see how that one gets written or check how it compares to 'bad' file you have.

    >var d8 = new Uint8Array(d.buffer)

    or even check d.buffer - that will be probably the same byte array as d8 would be

  • Much better, file length matches the buffer-s length. First couple of bytes match. I think all I need is read back on the computer.

    Thank you!


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