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Question asked by balt1 on Jan 4, 2016
Latest reply on Mar 1, 2016 by Kader.M

This may benefit someone struggling to get the ADZS-SADA2-BRD to work on an EZ board.  We purchased our ADSP-24169 EZ boards without the debug agent as we planned to use the HP-USB emulator.  We later realized that we wanted multiple SW developers to have access to HW, so we ordered the ADZS-SADA2-BRD to use as a low cost emulator.  This did not work.  CCES complained about not connecting to the processor.  The windows device manager seemed to indicate that the driver was properly installed.  Here was our solution:  The ADZS-SADA2-BRD has 2 jumpers on it.  Only one of these were shorted.  I shorted the 2nd one with the shunt that was hanging off one leg.  Now CCES can connect with the DSP.  I never could find any documentation on this board.