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SPIO-4: SPIO-4 Sensor AFE Digital Controller Board Driver Issue (Bossa Program Port)

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Part Number: SPIO-4

I'm trying to use a SPIO-4 Sensor AFE Digital Controller Board, and when I returned after a long weekend the driver reads as Bossa Program Port (COM30) and no longer connects with the software.

All attempts to uninstall and reinstall the driver using the techniques previously mentioned on this forum have failed, at this point I'm lost as to what else I should try.

Any help is much appreciated.

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  • Hi Nicholas,

    Welcome to our e2e forum. For which product are you trying to use the SPIO-4 controller? Off the top of my head, I have no idea why it would come up as a 'Bossa Program Port' device, I've never seen or heard of such an issue before, so any additional detail you can provide would be welcomed.

     

    Regards,

    Tom

  • In reply to Tom Hendrick:

    The LMP91000EVM.

    Like I mentioned this change in driver name occurred at some point over the weekend, the device was powered down and the laptop was only on to read a couple documents.

    I have the driver set that came with the program, however the computer only recognizes the 'Bossa Program Port' as the most up to date driver. When I tried to force it to the old driver it says the driver is not valid (this was performed with the driver signature requirement turned off).

    No updates to Windows (to my knowledge)

    Uninstalled and reinstalled everything.

    Grabbed zip file from my backup repository so the driver software should be okay.

    Outside of this I am not sure as to what else could be of help.

  • In reply to Nickolas Vallo:

    Hey Nickolas,

    Unfortunately, there I cannot provide much support as far as the driver issue you have. If you are using Windows 10, this seems to be a computer associated driver problem, I understand you have tried disabling your driver signature, but I have additional instructions for that below. For THS, we support the LMP91000EVM, which isn't the problem here.

    Disable Driver Signing Enforcement Windows 8 10.pdf

    It also may be possible your SPIO-4 firmware was corrupted or deleted. 

    Jalen

  • In reply to Jalen Tate89:

    Nickolas,

    Additionally, here is a similar e2e thread to help understand your problem in which Tom helped to support.

    e2e.ti.com/.../2445045

    Jalen
  • In reply to Jalen Tate89:

    Unfortunately this does not fix the issue.

  • In reply to Nickolas Vallo:

    Nickolas,

    To confirm, did you take a look at the previously mentioned thread as well?

    Jalen
  • In reply to Jalen Tate89:

    Disabling driver signing does not resolve the issue.
  • In reply to Jalen Tate89:

    Correct.
  • In reply to Nickolas Vallo:

    Nickolas,

    I have to re-iterate that, unfortunately, this is all we can do to help with your issue.

    Jalen

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