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Part Number: CDCEL9XXPROGEVM
I have just got my new CDC Programming EVM in order to program a CDCE913. I have severe problems in installing the software in a proper way. In the User Manual is said that there shall be an accompanying CD. There is no CD in the package.
The manual suggest those steps:
1. Connect the EVM with the PC with a 2.0 USB cable. OK so far.
2. Install the driver software using the provided CD-ROM. No CD or drivers found
3. The EVM is now running and completely powered through USB. The LED’s D2 (3.3 V) and D3 (1.8 V)
indicate the availability of the supply voltages. CHECK..
4. I used the ClockPro for program.
5. My operate system is Win7 Pro.
6. only show the disconnect (dark green )
7.some time could show like this ,but can not progam ,the program button always grey.
Could some one help me to solve this problem?
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In reply to Tim Chao Li:
Thank you for your information. Right now ,I try to program the 913.But there are two button for the program on the TI ClockPro Programmer . one is Program ,other is EEPROM =. So please tell me which one is right button if I can program repeatedly.But I also want the setting is saved in the EEPROM,so next time I just power on,so it can work. Regards,Fei
In reply to FEI WANG:
Can you verify that the jumpers on the EVM are correct? For CDCE913, the jumpers should be set as follows:
J1: No connection
J5: Set to upper 2 pins (Silkscreen on EVM V1.1 has an error, it says CDCEx06 on the top two pins, but it should say CDCE(L)9xx).
Also, ensure that the pins of the device are making contact with the pins of the socket. Try disconnecting and reconnecting the EVM and see if that solves the issue.
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