PatrickTX

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  1. Ah, I tried swapping out the USB cable for a new one and presto. Not quite sure why the other cable did not work with the CMOD s7 and did work with the USB-to-serial adapter, but maybe just a flaky connection in there somewhere.
  2. Yes, I installed all of the cable drivers when installing Vivado. Nothing appears in the Device Manager when I connect the Cmod s7, neither as a COM port nor as a USB controller entry. I tried connecting a USB-to-serial adapter I had to the same USB port, and it appeared right away as COM3. So the port and the cable are ok. I tried the Xilinx note 59128, but I can't get the batch file to execute under Powershell. I ran PS as admin, and executed the following: .\install_drivers_wrapper.bat C:\Xilinx\Vivado\2021.1\data\xicom\cable_drivers\nt64 C:\Xilinx\Vivado\2021.1\install.log
  3. While using Vivado 2021.1 with a CMOD s7, I do not see a COM port appear when the board is connected via micro-usb. The FTDI drivers are installed, but no port appears in the Device manager, so Teraterm cannot open a connection. Did I miss something?