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  1. @jpeyron I downloaded Adept 2 and I can now see the Artix-7 in Vivado. So it works now. When I downloaded the drivers originally I either must have done something wrong or not downloaded the correct ones. To answer your question, I see the exact same picture you see above when I open Adept. Thank you very much for your help! @D@n I believe it was the device drivers. After fulling installing Adept I was able to see the chip in Vivado. I'm not sure how I was installing the drivers incorrectly originally. Thank you again for your help.
  2. @D@n, thank you for your response! - I was able to download pictures from my phone to my computer and put pictures on my phone from my computer using the USB cable. - I used a powered USB hub and Vivado still did not see the board. - I downloaded the device drivers and still do not see the board. I went through your website and the forums that you reference. Unfortunately, none of those answers have been the same problem that I am seeing. I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong.
  3. Hi All, I have the Cmod A7 35T, downloaded Vivado 2016.4, and I am on Windows 7 OS. When I go into the hardware manager I can connect to the localhost (connect_hw_server) but when I attempt open_hw_target I get the following error in the Tcl Console: Error: [Labtoolstcl 44-469] There is no hw_target. I've checked to make sure that my device drivers are up to date. I'm just using a standard micro-usb cable that I had in my house. According to Digilent, I don't need a special USB cable. Any help or advice you could provide would be extremely appreciated. Thanks! Edit: I've tried a few more things and want to provide some more information. I've uninstalled and reinstalled Vivado. When I reinstalled it I made sure that "Install Cable Drivers" was selected. I went into Device Manager and made sure my drivers were up to date. There was even an iteration where I uninstalled the drivers and manually installed them from the command line. When I plug in my Cmod A7, the out of box demo is already loaded on the board. I can click button 0 and the LEDs "count" as expected. I have Tera Term and I can click button 2. Tera Term then displays the Memory Test Application as expected.