I have the DRV8824 eval board and am trying to get the eval software/hardware to work. Windows see's the board, but that's the extent of the communication. None of the radio buttons, etc, in the GUI are responsive. I'm trying to make this work with Windows 7 ... is this an issue?
I am not actually familiar with the GUI that ships with this EVM, but we are still using Windows XP at TI, so it is highly likely that the GUI may not operate reliably on Win7. Is there an XP machine you can try?
Audio Applications Engineering Manager
Dallas, TX USA
Sorry for the inconveniences caused with our software platform. We are studying the recompilation of the SW into a platform which will support Windows 7. At the moment, only Windows XP is supported, however. Again, very sorry for the inconveniences caused.
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