- Chris, In retrospect, I was darn sure I had soldered the si570 ok, so had a friend look at my supposedly installation of the driver, It turns out, I reallyMessage 1 of 7 , Oct 27, 2012View SourceChris,In retrospect, I was darn sure I had soldered the si570 ok, so had a friend look at my supposedly installation of the driver, It turns out, I really hadn't installed the driver. He pointed out my mistake. I installed the .inf driver, and whoopee!, the unit was recognized in CFGSR. I'm now in the finishing up mode all transformers and coils finished.Thanks for all your help.Junius----- Original Message -----From: ChrisSent: Friday, October 26, 2012 8:45 AMSubject: [softrock40] Re: EnsembleII
I've just had a similar experience with an Ensemble II RXTX that I'm building. I already own a Ensemble II RX so I knew everything PC wise was installed correctly.
To get windows to recognise the device I had to touch up the connections on the Si570 chip. I also had to do this on my RX as well but it took me alot longer the first time around to figure that out.
Pins 7 & 8 are certainly a challenge to get right first time!
Maybe that is your problem as well :)
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "junius fox" <jfox05@...> wrote:
> HI... I am process of building the ensemble II. I am up to testing the local oscillator.I have installed CFGSR and the associated DLL in the same folder. I also have installed the ATTiny85 driver. The unit is plugged into the USB, Device manager sees the new unit as not installed. I have tried everything I know to get the driver recognized, but no dice. Help
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