AD9512 evaluation board and  Windows 7, 64 Bit driver issues

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After installed the Software (enclosed CD and latest version on Analog Devices
website) for the AD9512 evaluation board on Windows 7, 64 Bit. After connecting
the evaluation board to the computer via usb, the correct driver can not be
found.
The software can not connect to the evaluation board. Flashing the board using
the software provided  on your website did not help.



 

Check your USB lead is good. We know some USB leads can be faulty
and some only have power pins and no data pins (line) connected. Please test
and use a known good USB lead by copy some files in/out from a slave device to
the PC, just to make sure.

De-install previous software (to avoid previous file (corruption). do a reboot
then the below.

Follow procedure below:

1. Install the software.
2. Power up the eval board.
3. Connect the eval board USB.
a. Computer should indicate that the USB driver is installing.
b. USB Status LED should blink
4. Run the software.
a. USB status in the lower right corner of Eval software should be green and
say something like CYUSB1.

After reinstalling the AD9512-Software the driver can now be found
by the system automatically. The driver is “ADI Evaluation System (LRFDev)”

If this doesn’t work, follow run the .TXT file instructions for re-flashing the
Eval board.

64-bit compatible software can be downloaded here:

ftp://ftp.analog.com/pub/CSS/Software/Installers/AD9510_11_12/

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