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  1. Hi @arjunyg, I just ran the IOShieldOled demo in MPIDE using the MAX32 and the basic IO shield without an issue. I was using the MPIDE code under downloads on the resource page here. I will do more research with pins 70-73 on Monday. cheers, Jon
  2. Hi @breinhold, I have been able to get the hello world to work with out issue. I attached my project done in Vivado 2016.4 below. Could you post your compressed project or at least the sdk code you are using along with a screen shot of the vivado block design?
  3. Hi @Sam Bergami, I was able to get a voltage on Vaux8 using the project attached below. The thing I was initially missing was that the xadc header position is oriented differently than I thought which caused some issues. If you look above the xadc header on the right you will see a 1. This is where Vn is. If you look at the xdac header with 1 at the top left the the schematic here will reflect where the pins are. These pins are deferentially paired and you will get the difference between Vaux8p and Vaux8n. I had agnd and Vref connected to ground and i gave Vaux8p 500mV and Vaux8n 50mV and i got roughly 450mV shown in tera term for Vaux8. I believe this header was made to work with the xilinx daughter board here.
  4. Hi @Hendrik, Do you have the usb cable connected to the debug connection and the board set to debug on J3? Also here is the Pro MX7 reference manual. Here is the resource page as well. cheers, Jon
  5. Hi @holla2040, Do you mean that in the time base drop down the position in the window changes when you use the mouse to change the base div? I attached a screen shot. If you manually change by selecting it does not change the position in the window if you have not used the scroll wheel on the mouse. I am tagging the engineer that will be able to give you the best response( @attila). Could you also clarify what you mean by the trigger x position? cheers, JOn
  6. Hi @mihai5, Could you post a screen shot of your current block design as well as your SDK code. thank you, Jon
  7. Hi @electronicsdevices, That you again! I have updated the tutorial to reflect the correct section. cheers, Jon
  8. Hi @chaithanya, I am not very experienced in embedded linux. I have reached out to a more experienced engineer to look into this issue. Here is an instructable and Here is a Quick start guide for installing petalinux that might be helpful. thank you, Jon
  9. Hi @greig, I am tagging the engineer that will be able to give you the best response ( @attila). thank you, Jon
  10. Hi @Flyline, I am very sorry for the delay in my response. I was able to confirm an issue with the WI-Fire(all REV's) and we are looking into this issue. I went through the mtdsDemo's as well as the MyDispDemo's with out issue on the WF32 with jumper JP3 set to PWM. I am using the WF32 REV C with Arduino 1.8.1 and the Digilent Core 1.0.2. What WF32 rev are you using? What version of Arduino are you using? What core/version are you using(chipkit/digilent)? thank you, Jon
  11. Hi @Sam Bergami, I am still working on this issue and am currently unable to get any value change from external voltage on the XADC for Vaux0 and Vaux8. I have reached out to more experienced engineers for some input on this issue. While I are working through this issue I also wanted to ask if you had also reached out to (here). They may have had a similar question and have a potential solution for you. thank you, Jon
  12. Hi @mihai5, I have not used the XSBD shell but I did find a thread here that talks about this error. I would make sure that you have configured the ps_7 correctly as well as anything else in your hardware design. cheers, Jon
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    Hi @Kawnine, Sorry to hear you are having issues with the Zybo. Have you tried another USB A to Micro-B Cable? Have you verified the USB A to Micro-B Cable works? Have you tried powering externally with a 5v power supply (changing J7 to reflect different power source)? If so does PGOOD light up(ld11)? If changing the USB A to Micro-B Cable does not fix the issue then would you be able to run a few tests with a DMM to identify where the problem might be. If you are able please make sure all external devices are unplugged from the board (headphones, pmods, etc.). This can help rule out external hardware problems and current limiting issues (limiting usually only causes problems when powering from USB ). It is particularly important to make sure that no HDMI devices are connected (monitors, etc.) because they will backpower our boards and sometimes screw up power supply initialization. With the power switch use the DMM to measure the output signal (middle pin) for voltage when in the on and off positions. thank you, Jon
  14. Hi @Lisset, This project is made to work with Vivado 2016.4. I was able to get it to work in Vivado 2017.1 with a work around by going in to \Arty-BSD-master\src\bd\system\hw_handoff and editing the version from 2016.4 to 2017.1. Then after launching the project using the tcl script you will need to update the IP's. After this is done you should re-validate the project in the block design to make sure it is good. Then you will need to create a wrapper and generate a bitstream. I have attached my project in Vivado 2017.1. I did not verify anything in sdk but was able to generate a bitstream in vivado 2017.1. cheers, Jon
  15. Hi @ningningza, Welcome to the forums!! cheers, Jon