Part Number: TLV320AIC3104EVM-K
Can you please share a picture of the EVM so I may see the jumper settings? Also, can you please share an image of the device hardware ID from the device manager? To get this, head to Device Manager, right click on USB-MODEVM under the NI-VISA USB Devices tab and go to Properties. Then go to Details tab and in the drop down click on Hardware Ids.
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In reply to Aaron Estrada51:
Thank you for response.
In reply to Yousuke Shiina:
Thanks for sharing the images. I configured the USB-MODEVM and EVM daughter card just as yours and I was able to connect to the GUI. It also seems that the drivers are installed as the USB-MODEVM is recognized in the device manager. Have you restarted the PC after the driver installation? It also may be worth while to retry this installation and restart the PC after.
I have to admit that the GUI software can be rather picky when it wants to work properly. There is also the possibility of software restrictions if using this on a company issued PC. Have you tried to install the software on a personal PC?
Thanks for the update. I will close the thread for now. Please reply once you have more information.
It also may be worthwhile to try the installation on another Windows 7 PC. I appreciate the understanding and look forward to your reply.
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