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Click on the Driver tab and click on the Update Driver button. After it opens, I like to close all of the open windows in the GUI and start fresh, as shown below. Email ispvk Address never made public. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use.
For the USB programming cable, note the the names of the different wires, and then use the QuickStart guide to match the wire name to the right pin. With the old PC I have not tried to build any designs or run any simulations yet, but the machine should be able to handle it, perhaps quite slowly though.
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Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: For the parallel port programming cable supplied with the XP2 Brevia Kit, just follow the directions in the QuickStart guide. On Windows XP, if you get the following message while updating the driver: You are commenting using your Facebook account.
In the dialog box, click Auto Detect. And that shall be the topic of the next post! You are commenting using your WordPress. To select the parallel port cable, manually select the Lattice cable from the Cable Type drop-down list.
If more than one USB cable is connected to your PC, the ispVM System software will detect all available cables, but it will select the first cable it detects.
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You are commenting using your Twitter account. So I decided to go with option number two and bring my old PC back to life.
Follow the steps to update the driver. We also allow third parties to place cookies on our website. The amount of time will vary, depending on your PC’s speed. Skip to content Home XP2 Board: About Us Who is Lattice? With both the serial port verified with the demo program and the JTAG paraolel completed, the basic connections to the outside world are verified. The instructions are duplicated here for quick reference.