I am trying to help a client with programming of an LM3S9B92-IQC80-C5 using the LM Flash Programmer under Windows 10. Currently they use an ancient XP laptop, a Luminary Micro BD-ICDI-B board, and the LM flash programmer. They want to move their programming process to a W10 laptop. I have installed the LM flash software on their W10 laptop, but when I run the programmer, I get an error message that says "**ERROR**: Unable to find a target!" I concluded that this is due to missing FTDI drivers, so I went to the TI web site and attempted to download them from here: https://www.ti.com/tool/LM_FTDI_DRIVER. Unfortunately that results in an error (from Firefox) that says "We can’t connect to the server at software-dl-1.ti.com". This leads to the following question: is the Stellaris_FTDI-2_06_00.zip driver bundle still available, and if so, where can I find it?
Since the LM FTDI drivers don't seem to be available, I tried downloading the Stellaris ICDI drivers, thinking they might be compatible. However, peeking at the .inf files in that package suggests to me that those drivers are meant for a different board(s), as the USB PIDs don't match the BD-ICDI-B board, which has a USB VID:PID of 0403:bcda. Note that this is based on my very limited understanding of Windows drivers. I've considered hacking the PID in the .inf files, since I'm guessing that these are just rebundled FTDI drivers, but that's really something I'd prefer not to do.
If the Stellaris_FTDI-2_06_00.zip file is no longer available, what might be the fastest path to a W10 programming solution for the LM3S9B92? The client is familiar with the LM Flash Programmer, so I'd like to stay with that if possible. Is there a board or pod I can buy from Digikey or Mouser that will do what I need?
PS: When I try to enter LM3S9B92 in the Part Number field of the Create new thread form, it is not recognized as a valid part number, so I had to leave the part number field blank.