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I have a board with the LDM and UDM pins swapped. If they are tied to low, will the memory still 'work', given that data is always written to mod 4 addresses and always using all 4 bytes?

Memory is Micron MT47H32M16HR-25E.

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My brief scan of the datasheet suggests that your assumption is correct. – Adam Davis Feb 24 '12 at 1:13

Yes. Since the read and writes aren't dependent on those signals, you are correct. Specifically there is no requirement that the signals transition; they can stay at a static enabled

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Can you give a bit more explanation @brian, right now this answer is a bit closer to a comment. – Kortuk Oct 25 '12 at 13:33

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