Sorry, but you will need 64-bit drivers from Spectrum Digital. Did you try contacting them or did you just go to their website? Maybe they have 64-bit drivers for 3.3 and it is not public. I suggest contacting them if you have not done so.
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Thank you for your fast reply. They do not have the drivers on their website and I have sent them a request on their support page. Hope I get the drivers.
I was using SD XDS510 on Windows 7 x64 with CCS 3.3. Searching drivers on SD web site was not easy, but that was the only source.
Is this the SD XDS510 USB? Is there a link that you could give me where the driver is available? I searched but to no avail and their support have not responded at all.
Thanks a lot.
i did the same and all works fine for me.
But i have another problem. I want to change the compiler to a newer version. So i installed Code Generation Tools 5.2.2. Start Code Composer, entered Component Manager. Went to Build Tools -> chose the TMS320C28XX and changed the Compiler from 4.1.3 to 5.2.2. Save and exit. After restart the Code Composer no compiler is chosen and compiling is not possible. If i go to the Component Manager again, no compiler is chosen.
It looks like, that Code Composer cant save the actual compiler settings.
Can anybody help me?
There is no proven working recipe. When I was playing with 6.1.x, I had same trouble. Sometimes I was able to select code generation tools, but mostly - no. A a workaround you may try to backup your CGT folder and copy newer CGT over it. Do at your owns risk.
Thank you for your fast response.
Which CGT folder in D:\CCStudio_v3.3 do you mean ?
It should be possible to do it by copying in the new compiler.
Get it so CCS can find and build with the original compiler again.
Then back up D:\CCStudio_v3.3\C2000\cgtools
Delete the contents
Copy in the new compiler
Component manager does some funny things that Win7 may not like. It rights its database out to a file and then puts that in the registry it also registers and unregisters a couple of COM components. Probably the last part failing.
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JohnS, I saw that you helped some v3.3 users through their 64-bit compatibility issues. I'm having similar issues, but I haven't been able to get the program to work. I get the error:
"Unable to find an appropriate registry key for "TMS320C28XX" Target driver: C:\..."
I have the uac settings off, and I have the program stored away from the Program Files or (x86) folders. Also, I have the driver for the SD XDS510 USB, so my computer recognizes it correctly.
Do you know how to fix the error above?
Now, what I'm trying to do it transfer v3.3 from one computer to the next, where the next cpu is 64-bit and the old one is 32-bit. I used a flash drive to transfer CCStudio over. Would it be better to just download this v3.3 from the TI website? If so, is there a link to re-download v3.3?
Transferring CCS via flash drive won't work very well. There are a bunch of things in the windows registry that are needed. Reinstalling on the new machine is really the only way to go. I can send you a private message with a download link.
Did you ever use the SD XDS510USB PLUS with CCSv3.3 on a 64-bit Windows 7 cpu? I'm trying to connect my CCSv3.3 to the emulator/target, but it's not working. I think that you were able to get this to work. How did you go about getting this system to connect? I think I might be missing a step considering I don't even see the "xds510usb emulator" appear in the platform section of the CCS setup app. Do you know how to fix this issue?
I do confirm that I was able to run CCS 3.3 on Win7 x64 machine with SD XDS510 USB emulator. Not "plus", just XDS510 USB.
Followup to the previous posts about using SD XDS510USB Plus with CCSv3.3 on a Windows 7, 64-bit machine:
When I downloaded the files to Spectrum Digital, they were installed in a different folder than the CCS version. So, I had to create a board in CCS setup using this information (and searching through the SD folder that was downloaded with the driver sdgo28xusb.dvr):
Board setup –
1) Connection type Other 510-Class emulator
2) Diagnostics Utility: None
3) Emulator Filename: xds510.dll
4) Emulator I/O Port: 0x510
CPU Setup (TMS320C28xx_0) –
1) Device Type: CPU
2) GEL File: C:\ti\cc\gel\f28335.gel
3) Master/Slave: N/A
4) Startup Mode: Stop-mode
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