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Virtual COM Port Drivers
It doesn’t sound like missing device drivers or anything similar to me. You must use the Windows RT build for this platform. This question has been asked before and already has an answer.
This should work with most cables. For D2XX Direct drivers, please click here.
Turbo J 8, 1 13 Installation guides are available from the Installation Guides page of the Documents section of this site ftxi selected operating systems. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered.
Dec 20 ’13 at Default decoupling practice should be one 0. On Windows I got “This device cannot be started” and on Linux some similar errors but no successful connect.
Do you guys seen anything like this? I’m using self powered configuration, so the chip gets its power from USB port directly. The problem is both chips are completely identical, but ftci will always be connected to the same physical USB location. I believe the FTDI chips have unique serial numbers. Email Required, but never shown.
See above FT datasheet, schematic in chapter 6. Can I measure some pins for getting more information on what’s going on? It would detect a low speed device in this case. You can try to solder bridge the pins ffdi and 5 in order to get a stable ground on the USB. How could I move on? Bus Device What do you think, is the layout correct?
Mac OS X ft2232s Ryan 1 6 Sample output snippets with two ftdi devices connected Bus Device You can tell udevd to assign specific names to the ports based on their physical connection, by creating rules that match against specific DEVPATH.
When you say it’s almost the same it’d be worth including a schematic of what you built.
How to identify multiple USB-serial adapters under Ubuntu Daniel – We can’t tell you anything about your layout unless you actually post your layout. Have you not heard of power net symbols?
Windows 7, Windows Server R2 and Windows 8, 8. There is no way for these devices to ever be “removed”, “disconnected”, or moved to a different physical USB location. Did you check all the way to your connector and ftfi that through the cable?