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Problem installing drivers for USBDM under Win7 64 bit

Question asked by Uri Bendelac on Oct 13, 2015
Latest reply on Oct 14, 2015 by Uri Bendelac

I installed OpenSDAv1.sx on a FRDM-KL25Z board, and installed the USBDM driver 1.3.0, using USBDM_Drivers_1_3_0_Win_x64.msi installer on my Win7 64 PC. When I plug in the FRDM-KL25Z board, Windows fails to find suitable drivers for it, even if I manually direct it to the "C:\Program Files (x86)\pgo\USBDM Drivers 1.3.0\Drivers" directory. I have noticed that the FRDM-KL25Z firmware identifies as a VID/PID of 16D0/06A5, while the "USBDMSerial.inf" file uses the values 16D0/0567, so I modified the PID to 06A5 and then installing the CDC part of the USB composite driver succeeds. However, the USBDM specific part still fails. Possibly related, I saw that in the file "usbdm.rules" found online as part of USBDM software for Linux specifies that "Note: HEX numbers must be lower case - yes really!!!!", yet a line below for adding the 16D0/06A5 combination still uses a capital A for 06A5.

 

Any idea how to proceed with installing drivers for the USBDM on FRDM-KL25Z?

 

Thanks,

Uri

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