Part Number: ADS1158EVM-PDK
I purchased the ADS1158EVM-PDK. According to the user's guide, it seems that the software is installed from the CD-ROM,It is not attached.From the Texas site "ADCPRO-installer.exe" and "ADS1158EVM-PDK-SW-installer.exe"I downloaded and installed.WinXP installation failed.In Win7 and 10, I started ADCPro and selected ADS1158EVM from EVM."DSP not ready Retrying" and "Prease reset the hardware to continue loading the firmware"→[Exit]→"An error occurd with error code 6070 libmmb0.lvlib:EEPROM read.vi<ERR>～"Is there any way to save me?
Thanks for pointing out the documentation error. The EVM software is now only provided through our website at https://www.ti.com/tool/ADS1158EVM-PDK.
It sounds like there may be a missing driver that needs to be reinstalled. After running the "ADS1158EVM-PDK-SW-installer.exe" installer, you should now be able to find two new installers, located at:
C:\Program Files (x86)\ADCPro\drivers\mmb0_driver_install_x64-v22.214.171.124.msi (64-bit Windows OS driver)andC:\Program Files (x86)\ADCPro\drivers\mmb0_driver_install_x86-v126.96.36.199.msi (32-bit Windows OS driver)
Try running one of these driver installers (pick the correct one according to your operating system) and then re-running ADCPro to see if it connectsThese drivers should have gotten installed when you ran the "ADS1158EVM-PDK-SW-installer.exe" installer, but sometimes Windows UAC blocks this process.
Let me know if you still have connection issues after re-installing the driver.
Best regards,Chris HallApplications Engineer | Precision ADCs
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In reply to Christopher Hall:
Thank you for your response.
Same situation. I tried both Win7-32 Bit and Win10-64 Bit.When ERROR, 7segment LED on MMB0 lights c, d, f, g.
Additional board information.
BOM Rev D ← felt-tip pen?
6462012 PWB D
Jumper pins = J13B, J12 short circuit
In reply to user6325831:
Can you open Windows Device Manager and then run ADCPro to see what USB devices are detected?
Most likely, when you first connect the MMB0 you will see it listed in Device manager as the MMB0 NI-VISA device. However, when running ADCPro it will disconnect and attempt to re-enumerate as a USBStyx device. When this happen, the USBStyx driver may not be associated to this device and you will see an UNKNOWN device listed in Device Manager.
Since the device driver was not installed before the device was connected, Windows probably hasn't associated this device to the correct driver file. To resolve this, you will need to update the UNKNOWN device's driver by following the instructions described in THIS E2E POST, except when browsing for the driver file, provide it the path to the INF file located at C:\Program Files (x86)\ADCPro\drivers\USBStyx\usbstyx.inf
I'll take your time.
When the device is connected, "MMB 0 NI-VISA" is displayed in the manager. After starting ADC Pro and selecting ADS1158, "DSP Not Ready... Retry" is displayed and "MMB 0 NI-VISA" disappears. → "Timeout" is displayed.
Remove the ADS1158EVM from MMS0. When it becomes "DSP Not Ready... Retry", it becomes "USB styx". However, "Timeout" is displayed.
Windows7 Professional SP1 32-bit The device is "VID_0451 & PID_9001 & REV_0000".
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