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The "unofficial" 64-bit Windows drivers are now available for download from the Files section of the Battery Management forum.
Here is the direct link:
EV2300 64-bit Windows drivers
Why are they unofficial?
First, the officially supported tool to use with 64-bit Windows is the EV2400 which is now available for ordering.
Second, the 64-bit EV2300 USB implementation may conflict with other products that use the same default PID on the USB bus, like the TUSB3210 EVM.
Third, it hasn't been extensively tested on all Windows software and hardware configurations.
Here is an updated release of the drivers.
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In reply to ThomasCosby:
I have installed this drivers on my Win7 64bit and the EV2300 is still not recognized...
Must I do something more ?
(It's the first drivers for your EVM I install. I haven't installed the TUSB3210 EVM)
On your EVM section for the bq2084-V143 you ay to buy the EV2300 so I buy it ... Why don't say to buy the EV2400 so... :(
In reply to Christophe Pinkers:
when installing any of these gauge and EV2300 drivers on WIN7 you should make sure to right click and install as administrator otherwise key file don't get written properly. Did you do that.If not try reinstalling that way
I have same problem. I just got an EV2300 to use with TPS2384EVM and also can't get the driver to work in Win7 X64
Yeah no mention of EV2400 there either. Ti you need to clean up your website!!!!
So is there any way to get this working or do I need to order a EVM2400 (and then will the TPS2384EVM software work with that?)
In reply to Bart Dinger:
Thanks for the feedback everyone. We are trying to find a way to easily cross-reference compatibility between combinations of OS versions, USB-I2C adapters (EV2300 and EV2400), and our SW tools and hopefully we can make all of this clearer somehow.
Bart, if you install the 64-bit drivers for EV2300, for some older software you will also need to install
the support components that enable the software to see use EV2400 and EV2300.
It is available for download from the EV2400 wiki page
Specific link http://e2e.ti.com/cfs-file.ashx/__key/CommunityServer-Wikis-Components-Files/00-00-00-00-91/1234.EV2400_5F00_Support_5F00_Components_5F00_20110524.zip
In reply to dMax:
Very bad indeed.
I just bought this week the bq2804evm and it was said in the order page that I needed EV2300.
Now, I'm stuck and can't install the EV2300 drivers either.
It's brand new. Just got it yesterday and it is already obsolete.
I wish there was some more info that we should not purchase this and go with the EV2400 instead.
I tried the new 64 bit drivers and also tried running as administrator and when I plug the module, it still says unknown device and it fails to properly install drivers.
What should I do?
In reply to Roberto Imai:
I have an identical problem. Most of my colleagues have not it. They use some MS Windows 7 SP1 x64 as I. But one colleague has the problem also. I compared our work station. We have an identical HW (unlike people who have no problem). I think HW configuration is reason of issue.
Hi，I would like to ask what time to burn the bq78350（我该什么时候给bq78350烧写Firmware，因为我想做一块电源管理电路bq78350+bq76930）
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