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Part Number: CDCE706
My customer needs help programming the CSCE706:
I have the a new CDCEL9XXPROGEVM programmer on my bench and I have a few samples of the CDCE706 to develop with. Now I’m trying to get the software set up so I can program the parts. I have downloaded the TI Clock Pro v1.2.1 software (scac119.zip from http://www.ti.com/tool/clockpro) to program these parts, but it looks like this version does not the support the CDCE706 part.
When I click on [ Skip ] to select a device, I only see these choices, but not the CDCE706...
What software I should be using with the USB-based EVM?
if your intention is to program the eeprom of CDCE706, you can click "Programming EVM Tool" and then select CDCE706.
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In reply to Noel Fung:
In reply to Viktorija Cecil:
Noel, per customer:
I’m not having much luck. I tried both scac119 and scac073 at home last night to see if I could make any progress on my own Windows7 PC.
For scac119, I went through the steps to temporarily disable driver signatures to install the USB driver, and it looked like the process completed successfully. When I plugged in the EVM I would see this:
However, when I launched ClockPro and clicked on [ Programming EVM Tool ] for the programmer, when clicking on [ Find Boards ] it still didn’t find any. Pretty much the same results as at the office.
For scac073, this program requires the LabVIEW runtime library (which I did not have installed at home). It requested the v8.2 library, but when I went out to the NI website I didn’t see that version, so instead downloaded the current 2018 library. I installed this library and attempted to run the TIclockProProgrammerSept09.exe file, but it still barked at me saying it needed the LabVIEW runtime library. So I couldn’t even get this program running at home.
Now I do have a LabVIEW library installed here at work that scac073 likes, so it runs. I select “CDCE906/CDCE706” and click on [ Find Boards ] and it also says no board detected:
Overall, this has been a pretty disappointing experience.
Any further guidance would be greatly appreciated.
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