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  1. @Ana-Maria Balas I am adding a custom physical device/shield that when added will only allow access to the GPIO pins and the I2C pins will be blocked with no physical or electrical access. What is the value of the internal pull-up resistors? I can't see to find it in the documentation?
  2. @Ana-Maria Balas, Thanks for your reply! If I am using the GPIO pins for I2C, will I need to account for the pull-up resistors that the dedicated I2C pins have?
  3. I am trying to use a DAQ to analyze I2C, SPI, and UART signals and then classify them, so they have to be the actual output signals from the Cora Z7 board. However, I am limited due to the project itself to use only the General Purpose I/O pins (IO0-IOA(IO42)). Is it possible to funnel the SPI, I2C, and UARt signals through these pins, or can you only use the specified pins, such as SDA/SCL, MISO/MOSI, or the USB UART bridge to do this?
  4. @JColvin I wasn't able to use the Add Design Tools or Devices function due to administrator controlled system, but I was able to reinstall from scratch and fixed the issue. Thanks @JColvin and @Bianca!
  5. None of the boards you listed are shown in the list, even by search. Zynq-7000 is not an option for part family.
  6. It still isn't showing up. I should also note that I am using the new board files from the repository, not the old board files. It said if you are using 15.x or above to use new. I a using 2019.1
  7. I am fairly new to the Vivado and Digilent world, but I've worked with FPGAs before. I have a cora z7-07s board. I have followed the tutorials for downloading and installing the board files. I've read back through it multiple times. Here is the directly where I am placing the board files: C:\Xilinx\Vivado\2019.1\data\boards\board_files The cora-z7-07s folder is showing inside of the board_files folder. I then restart/boot vivado 2019.1, create a project. When the dialog box for the board selection appears, I cannot find the cora z7-07s board, or even the Zynq XC7Z007S-1CLG400C chip that the board uses. I cannot figure out why it is not finding the board.