kindly provide me solution....how to install usb driver for launchpad FET...
Same problem here. Windows 7 does not recognize the Launchpad board. Please help.
In reply to Marco Paez:
Do you guys have any MSP430-supporting IDE (CCS or IAR) installed? the installation usually prepares the Launchpad driver as well. If so, Windows might automatically and somewhat silently installs & configures the driver for your LaunchPad. You can verify this by going into Device Manager and search for the COM port under the name "MSP430 Application UART".
Alternatively, if you are certain no existing drivers are present on your system, grab the driver files directly from this package. http://www.ti.com/litv/zip/slac489.
When first connecting the kit to the USB port, Windows should prompt for a driver installation, redirect to the files above.
In reply to Dung Dang:
I could not find any driver files in Slac498 as you stated. Can you make sure that is the correct package?
In reply to David Rosales:
Maybe they have been removed from this package during the last 3 months? After all, it is the capsense library package. So it should only contain the capsense library and not a LaunchPad installer.
I'm currently (June 30th) lagging about 600 threads behind in the forum. I try to catch up, but don't expect an answer in less than about 4 weeks.Before posting bug reports or ask for help, do at least quick scan over this article. It applies to any kind of problem reporting. On any forum. And/or look here.If you cannot discuss your problem in the public, feel free to start a private conversation: click on my name and then 'start conversation'. But please do so only if you really cannot do it in a public thread, as I usually read all threads. And I prefer to answer where others can profit from it (or contribute to it) too.
In reply to Jens-Michael Gross:
Actually that's the link to the cap touch library.
Here's the link to the BoosterPack source/driver/doc package:
Here is the product folder of the kit, which contains more
links for cap touch specific items.
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