memory not aligned?

Dear all,

Here is my code:


#define _alignedMem$ 16
__declspec(naked) void sseFunc(
 ... params ...
)
{

__m128 _alignedMem;
__asm{
  push   ebp
  mov   ebp, esp
  and   esp, -16  ; aligned to 16-byte boundary
  sub   esp, __LOCAL_SIZE; should be 16 (there is only one variable, i.e.  _alignedMem)
}

....

__asm movqda mmx1, DWORD PTR[ebp+_alignedMem$ ] ; <-- error here! Not aligned?


What is wrong with the code and why?
THank you.


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dimitryCommented:
I think you are "aligning" ESP but not EBP that you are using for access...
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