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The Updated ICDI drivers for Win8 and Win10 has been uploaded to the following link
The older ICDI drivers is right now pointing to the new package and as the web page transitions it will be corrected in the next 24-48 hrs.
A great thanks to Tsuneo Chinzei in helping us out with the driver analysis independently
USB drivers for examples of TivaWare will be updated as well with the next release of TivaWare scheduled for Mar-Apr 2016. In the meantime if there any issues with the new ICDI drivers or older USB example drivers, please respond to this post.
The download link appears to be broken. Clicking it just opens the png using either Edge or Chrome.
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In reply to Dan Beadle:
In reply to Amit Ashara:
OK, I see that you put the link just above the graphic in the first post:
The buttons still are just graphics. I was able to enter the address and get the driver.
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I have a blog that i am making to help some colleagues with learning Tiva: https://sites.google.com/site/luiselectronicprojects/homeI have here now example codes for the Tiva more organized: https://github.com/LuisAfonso95
In reply to Luis Afonso:
Double click on the .cat file. If it shows the image as below then they are signed correctly. We have tested it on a Win10 VM and they work correctly.
I'm running the TivaWare C-series usb_dev_cserial example for the ek-tm4c1294xl board and I'm still not able to get Windows 10 to recognize the board as a USB COM device. Under device manager the USB device is listed the same as under Windows 8, TivaWare USB serial port but any time I try to connect to it I get an error. I tried the update in this thread assuming the stellaris update would work for TivaWare but no luck. I also did have to disable driver enforcement even though it looked like the .cat file showed the correct signature.
The same exact board connected to a Windows 8 system works fine. Anything I can do to help resolve this issue so that the board works on Windows 10?
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