Does the ADF4350 eval board software work OK with Windows 7 Pro? It isn't recognizing the USB connection, and Windows complains about not being able to find a driver.
The ADF4350 software will run on the Windows 7 32-bit OS. It will not currently run on 64-bit versions of Windows 7. We are currently in the process of upgrading the software to run on Windows 7 64-bit, but in the meantime we are recommending that users download the Windows XP Mode virtual pc to run a virtual XP operating system on your machine. This can be downloaded from the Microsoft website at:
Of course the other interim solution is to install the software on a Vista or XP machine.
On this note, is there any word on a linux version of the software coming out? I've tried using WineHQ to run the .exe installer on my Linux machine, and it installs and opens fine, but never establishes the USB connection (always says NO USB). Any suggustion on fixing this or insight to when a Linux version will be made available?
I get the no driver found error on Vista and Windows 7 (64bit). Is the update available yet?
I tried to manually install the driver but it cannot be found in the install CD. Is there a USB driver available for download?
I ended up using XP 32-bit. I was also able to program the chip using a TotalPhase Aardvark, although of course then I needed to put all the register values into a batch file.
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