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[FAQ] CCS/TMS320F28032: How to install CCS3.3 on Windows 10

Intellectual 815 points

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Part Number: TMS320F28032

Tool/software: Code Composer Studio

 Hi,

Could you help us to install CCS3.3 on Windows 10 (64 bite)

we can install it successfully, but we can't open it.

Thanks

Erwin

  • the figure shows an error happened when CCS is installing

  • Guru 304060 points

    Hello,

    I do not recommend installing CCSv3.3 on Windows 10. This is a completely unsupported configuration. If you insist on using the unsupported obsolete CCSv3.3, then I would at least suggest installing/using it on a Windows XP machine (a VM should work too). Windows XP is the last OS supported by CCSv3.3.

    If you insist on using CCSv3.3 on Windows 10, then look at the below article. The suggestions mentioned there may also apply to Windows 10:

    http://processors.wiki.ti.com/index.php/Using_CCS_with_Windows_Vista_and_7

    Note that if your Windows 10 is 64-bits, then you will need to find 64-bit driver support (which does not come with CCSv3.3). Make sure cc_app.exe and cc_setup.exe are run with administrator rights AND Windows XP SP3 compatibility mode.

    Again, I strongly do not recommend using CCSv3.3 on Windows 10. Other than the above information, there is very little additional support we can provide.

    Thanks

    ki 

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  • Guru 149205 points

    Erwin,

    We don't support this combination of OS and CCS, therefore the most I can do is provide a small procedure that another user did:

    https://e2e.ti.com/support/tools/ccs/f/81/p/468981/2290735#2290735 

    My recommendation is to source an old machine and install a compatible combination of OS and CCS. Another alternative would be to create a virtual machine (Virtualbox, VmWare, etc.) with a compatible OS - this combination may or may not work for debugging, due to inconsistencies in the device drivers operating across the VM interface. 

    Regards,

    Rafael


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