I'm trying to get the ADV7612-7511P eval board to be recognized by AVES3, and Windows says the device has no driver. The user guide says that if your board uses Advantiv USB you need the driver. When I downloaded the zip file that supposedly contains the driver though, there is no driver there. It is only an .inf and a .cat file, and Windows ( 7 ) does not think it is a driver.
I'm having the same problem with the ADV7625-SMZ eval board. Has the Blackfin USB driver been pulled from the software packages for this EVAL board too?
In ADV7625-SMZ eval board software package,you can find the USB driver support package under platform folder.Please refer here in the name of VDSPProject.zip at https://ez.analog.com/video/w/documents/698/advantiv-eval-adv7625-smz-video-evaluation-board.
As per expert comment,If any problem with USB interface,need to check how windows handles the driver and how Blackfin on the board handles the USB interface.