I receive my new ADALM2000 a few days ago and have been working to install on my PC. I believe I successfully installed USB drivers and the SCOPEY software. When I launch SCOPEY from my desktop the application opens and I can see the USB device. I can click to select the USB devise. However, when I click "connect" to device the SCOPE application shuts down/ disappears.
I've tried the following: restarted computer, powered off ADALM2000, reinstall software. I have a Windows 10, 64 bit computer. I installed the 64 bit version of (drivers? APP?) I run ESET antivirus software, if you need to know that.
Can you help me. Easiest for me is if you would email me at Pacyna@rcn.com with instructions. I'm not a computer guy so, keep it simple :-)
Can you try using this build ? https://ci.appveyor.com/api/buildjobs/nskx5sropr22lyup/artifacts/scopy-64-setup.exe
Make sure you restart your computer after this install.
If it doesn't work can you try connecting to it remotely via IP ? Click the plus sign in the connection window and add 192.168.2.1.
Can you provide the value of the SCOPY_PYTHONPATH environment variable ?
Adrian, I will try this tonight (around 8pm EST). I'm not a computer guy - can you explain what you mean about connecting remotely and 192.168.2.1 The ADALM2000 is connected to my PC with a USB cable for, I assume, both data and power. Are you suggesting making the connection to the ADALM2000 wireless? How to a actually do that? How do I provide power to the ADALM2000? It did not come with a separate power supply cord. If I keep USB cable plugged in will it know to look to the wireless connection for data and the USP cable for power?
I'll try all of this tonight. Thanks, Greg
The ADALM2000 provides an emulated network interface over USB (RNDIS). You can connect to it directly by just connecting the USB cable. Think about it as a different protocol to access the ADALM2000.
More detailed instructions here:
You're a genius! I reinstalled using the .exe path you provided. Seems to work! I did not need to install it as a remote device.
I did not attempt to look for the SCOPY_PYTHONPATH environment variable. Do you want me to attempt to figure this out?
FYI - on 1st install of your .exe I got a system error when I tried to relaunch the 2nd time as a test. The error message said that it could not proceed because libboost_filesystem-mt.dll was not found. It said reinstalling may fix. So, I uninstalled and then reinstalled. Seemed to fix.
Thanks again. Electronics has always been a total mystery to me. As a winter challenge I am trying to learn.
I'm glad it worked. The version I sent you is a release candidate for 1.1.2. We'll make an official release next week.