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Is there a Windows 7 USB driver for the C6713 DSK and CCStudio 3.1? If yes, where? If not, what are my alternatives?
CCS 3.x is not supported on Windows 7. We recommend Windows 7 users to move to CCSv4.
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In reply to Ki-Soo Lee:
It isn't clear to me how to get CCSv4 to talk to the C6713DSK. Can you provide some guidance here?
In reply to Richard Gay:
Assuming you are using the onboard USB emulation to connect to the target, your target configuration file should look like:
If you are looking for more generic v4 getting started information, I suggest you look at the Getting Started Guide first:
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