[ADICUP360]encounter an error message "unable to find CMSIS-DAP device".

Hello,

Congratulations releasing ADICUP360.

I have been trying to use ADICUP360 with following wiki information but encounter an error.

(I try to test blink project and GDB OPEN OCD debugger as following on Wiki instruction)


Eclipse fail to download elf file with error message as below.


Open On-Chip Debugger 0.10.0-dev-00025-g81cc011-dirty (2015-08-17-13:23)

Licensed under GNU GPL v2

For bug reports, read

  http://openocd.org/doc/doxygen/bugs.html

Info : only one transport option; autoselect 'swd'

adapter speed: 5000 kHz

adapter_nsrst_delay: 100

cortex_m reset_config vectreset

Error: unable to find CMSIS-DAP device

This error seems Eclipse cannot recognize ADICUP360 via USB port. (Because when I unconnected ADICUP360 with PC, Eclipse show the same error message as above.)

I suppose I miss something setting on ADICUP360 board.. But I can not figure out where is wrong...

Jumper and DIP SW setting are default.

I've tried also another ADICUP360 and other USB port and cable and several S1-S4 switch combinations but all fail.

I would appreciate if you have any suggestions.

Best regards,

Sofy

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    •  Analog Employees 
    on Feb 17, 2016 8:27 PM over 4 years ago

    Hi Sofy,

    When reaching this step of installing the MBED drivers, has your hardware plugged in the entire time?

    You need to make sure that once you plug in the hardware for the first time, that you give your computer enough time in the background to install the hardware drivers.  This is easily found by looking at the lower right-hand corner of your Windows OS tool bar, and making sure that the drivers get successfully installed(could take a few minutes).  Then once this happens you can move onto the step that you showed above, where you can install the MBED driver.

    What I suspect is that the hardware is not being fully installed before you are trying to click install on the software side, and because of that it's not properly installing and can't find the hardware, so you can't get things to run. 

    Can you try uninstalling the Eclipse program, and the MBED driver you installed and start from scratch?

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    •  Analog Employees 
    on Feb 17, 2016 8:27 PM over 4 years ago

    Hi Sofy,

    When reaching this step of installing the MBED drivers, has your hardware plugged in the entire time?

    You need to make sure that once you plug in the hardware for the first time, that you give your computer enough time in the background to install the hardware drivers.  This is easily found by looking at the lower right-hand corner of your Windows OS tool bar, and making sure that the drivers get successfully installed(could take a few minutes).  Then once this happens you can move onto the step that you showed above, where you can install the MBED driver.

    What I suspect is that the hardware is not being fully installed before you are trying to click install on the software side, and because of that it's not properly installing and can't find the hardware, so you can't get things to run. 

    Can you try uninstalling the Eclipse program, and the MBED driver you installed and start from scratch?

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