Why not work ICE-100B from CrossCore version 2.0 and above?
This could be because the drivers were not installed correctly.
Below is a step-by step instruction to manually uninstall any currently registered drivers and manually install the new ones. Can please try this once, to see if it allows you to install your drivers.
If the driver is not installed automatically and you cannot find the device under Cross core Tools, try doing a scan for any hardware changes from the Device Manager. If you find unknown hardware, try loading the relevant device driver manually as explained below.
To install the driver manually follow below steps:
Double-click on the device. The Device Properties dialog box appears. Click the Driver tab and choose Update Driver.When the installer requests a location from which to install the driver, navigate to the driver location:
[installation_path] :\Analog Devices\CrossCore Embedded Studio x.x.x\Setup\Emu_Drivers\
Note: The driver for all emulators and evaluation boards in 32 - bit Operating Systems is WmUsbIce.sys and in 64 - bit Operating Systems is WmUsbIce64.sys
1.Disconnect power and USB cable from the ICE-100B.2. Power down, then reboot the PC.3. Connect power to ICE-100B.4. Connect USB to ICE-100B.5. Go to Windows Device manager and uninstall the driver for the "ICE-100B" from the ADI Development Tools.6. Go to Windows\system32 folder and delete the WmHpUsb.sys and WmUsbIce.sys files.7. Go to Windows\inf folder (note this may be hidden) and search or grep for "89982A59-5EEA-45aa-AF97-52EC351018C2", delete all files which contain this string. Note: searching for files containing this string should return several files named "oem**.inf", all of which are Analog Devices inf files, and must be deleted to ensure that your system does not pick up the existing drivers.8. Disconnect power from the ICE-100B.9. Disconnect USB cable from the ICE-100B.10. Power down, then reboot the PC.11. Connect power to the ICE-100B.12. Connect USB cable. At this point Windows should detect the new hardware.13. Choose "Install from a Specific Location", 'Next'.14. Choose "Search for the best driver in these locations", 'Next'.15. Select 'Have Disk' and browse to <install_dir>\Setup\Emu_DriversIf the above fails can you please check you're signed into an account that has Administrator privileges
Please refer "Installing drivers manually" in Emulator and Evaluation Hardware Troubleshooting Guide http://www.analog.com/media/en/technical-documentation/application-notes/EE356.pdf Can you please answer the following queries to confirm that the emulator is faulty:
1 Can you try plugging the emulator in different port of the machine.2 Can you share the screenshot of the device manager.3 Try connecting the emulator with different hardware board. What is the status at this condition?4. Is the same emulator is detected and working fine in any other PC?
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