Part Number: TMS320F28379D
Tool/software: Code Composer Studio
Here is the full error message:
Error connecting to the target:
(Error -151 @ 0x0)
One of the FTDI driver functions used during the connect
returned bad status or an error. The cause may be one or
more of: no XDS100 is plugged in, invalid XDS100 serial number,
blank XDS100 EEPROM, missing FTDI drivers, faulty USB cable.
Use the xds100serial command-line utility in the 'common/uscif'
folder to verify the XDS100 can be located.
CCS Version: 7.1.0.00016
ControlSuite Version: 3.4.6
Programs and Features (Arranged by Publisher):
There are no FTDI drivers located in Programs and Features.
I have tried reinstalling CCS and controlSUITE a handful of times with no luck and the same error. I have tried multiple USB cables and the F2837xD controlCARD (which I am using) has worked before and nothing has happened to it. At one point, I had been trying to figure out a different issue and probably messed up the drivers then, but I don't remember everything I did. I am running Windows 7 64 bit. I have tried to use windows update to update the XDS100 drivers under the Texas Instrument Debug Probes and it does not find anything. I have run the xds100serial command-line utility and it returns:
No XDS100 emulators were found on the system.
The controlCARD is plugged in and receiving power.
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In reply to Gautam Iyer:
I might try this, but I did find a workaround by manually updating the drivers pictured above to be Stellaris Development Board A/B (through the manual windows driver update dialog by choosing TI as the publisher). I didn't know exactly what I was doing, but after doing so it allowed the debugger to connect again. It's not the same setup I had that was working, but it seems to function.
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