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Part Number: DAC60096EVM
Hello, I am using win 10 and after installing the GUI, I plugged in the SDM-USB-DIG, but the drive was not installed. As a result, when connecting the board through the SDM-USB-DIG to the PC, launch the GUI, I only get the DEMON mode.
Any solutions? Many thanks.
Kevin DukeDAC Applications Manager
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In reply to Kevin Duke:
Thanks for the reply.
I asked our IT support to install the GUI so I can confirm that the software was installed with administrator privileges. Please see the attached screenshot. COM3 was open for the USB but there is a warning message saying that 'Device Descriptor Request Failed'.
Thanks for the help.
In reply to Qi Luo:
In reply to Paul_Frost:
I followed the post you suggested and updated the driver. Now my PC can find the TI MSP430 USB. However, when connecting the evaluation board, the GUI still shows DEMO mode.
After trying on several PCs in our lab, we manage to find one PC that can make it work using the driver you provided! It must be the firewall but we are not sure what exactly problem is.
After loading the software, I can see the device is connected. However, I tried to use the default configuration to change the output voltage of different channel, I did not measure any voltage. I followed the instructions on the manual and I tired different options but no luck...
Many thanks for the help.
I did not connect any external voltage and reference.
I was using the USB to power up the board and using its internal reference. This should be the default setting. I checked the jumpers and they are in the correct position.
Thanks for the advice. I have tested and it works properly. I was confused it with other boards we have.
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