Anybody has experience with code composer 3.3 in Window 7. I tried to install Code Composer 3.3 in Window 7 and coulsn't make it work.
Could you provide more details on the install issues you encountered? Did you check the CCS 3.3 installation error FAQ?
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When I installed 3.3, I got several 1920 errors. I just ignored them and finished the installation. Then when I tried to upgrad to the latest service release, the installation stopped in the middle. I have worked with CCS3.3 in XP and Vista with no problems.
I taked to TI support. They told me CCS3.3 in Window 7 is not tested, and recommended me use CCS4.0.
What folder are you installing into? Win7 seems to be extra sensitive about installing into program files or program files (x86).
I just installed 3.3 on my laptop which is running Win7 ultimate 64bit and I get a few of those dialogs when CCS trys to install drivers for ISA & PCI emulators. I also have UAC dialed down and my user account has admin privs. The fact that you see these errors is not a big deal, it basically means the services it is trying to install are not compatible with your version of windows. The important thing is that you make sure that there is a 64bit driver available for the emulator you are using. You will need to check with your emulator vendor. The first time I close cc_setup I get a message asking me if it installed ok (I just say yes).
I do recommend moving to CCSv4 if you can. It is tested on Win7, once again it is best to install somewhere other than program files. 64bit drivers exist for most emulators for CCSv4 (TI, Spectrum Digital & Blackhawk drivers are installed by CCS).
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Jay - can you attach your TI_InstallLog.txt file found in the root of your C drive? In regards to the SR update getting stuck, did you try the suggestion on the FAQ about running thr SR installer in safe mode (Does Windows 7 have a "safe mode")?
I'm running CCS18.104.22.168 on Windows 7.
1. Start "Setup Code Composer Studio v3.3"
2. Add what ever configurations you need if htey don't already exist
3. Under "File" select "Start Code Composer Studio"
4. App should start
I actually ran into this error when I tried to install CC3.3 on a 64bit XP window machine.
Error 1920. Service 'DRPKIONT' failed to start. Verify you have sufficient privileges to start system services.
I do have admin privilege on this machine.
I think the 'DRPKIONT' issue has something to do with XDS560 windows drivers not installing properly. If you are not using the TI XDS560 emulator, you can try a custom install and not install the drivers for it. That may help.
Can you attach your install log file?
Hello Ki-Soo Lee,
I have the same error, too, trying to install ccs 3.1on Windows7 64bit running on a virtual machine (Parallels under Mac OS X). Under Windows XP all was fine, so I have tried every compatibility setting and started the ccs setup with administrator privileges, too. Here is my log file attached. It may help you to find the problem. I would appreciate, if you could find a way to fix the problem and post a comment regarding this issue.
You are getting the same errors described by JohnS (dpkiont.sys and xdsfast1.sys). As John mentioned, you can ignore those errors.
Dear Ki-Soo Lee,
thank you for your fast response. I tried ignoring the errors, but I cannot connect to our C6713 DSKs anyway. I used C6455 DSKs with ccs v3.3 under Windows XP (running on a virtual machine, too) before and it worked, so I do not believe that it is a problem with USB routing from the host system to the VM. I go on evaluating the problem but I am running out of ideas...
Which emulator are you using?
We are using DSK's embedded USB JTAG controller and not an external device such as XDS560. I have searched the vendors Website (Spectrum Digital) and found that they do not provide drivers neither for Windows7 nor for Vista. I also tried installation under Vista and it does not work, too. So I suspect that the system services in question are mandatory for using the DSKs. Is there any chance left to fix that without uprading to CCS v4?
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