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  1. Recently acquired two of those Digital Discoveries to use on macOS 10.12.6... It works nicely, but only if you don't have any other FTDI device connected as well on the Mac... Either it doesn't detect the device anymore, says that the discovery is busy, or crashes for example my self-built Mac or tells me "DptiEnableEx failed ERC: 0x3, Device opening after programming failed" Haven't tested with two discoveries at once as the other one is in the office... This is really a show stopper as we have many devices for hardware debugging where a USB serial adapter must be used.
  2. I have a brand new AD2 that I'm having trouble getting to work on macOS 10.13.x. WaveForms 2015 reports "No device detected", and the "Find Devices" button also fails to show my AD2. The Mac is a MacBookPro13,1 [MacBook Pro (13-inch, 2016, Two Thunderbolt 3 ports)], the new type with the USB-C ports, but without the Touch Bar. The AD2 is connected directly to the Mac using the USB cable that came with the AD2, using a pretty generic USB-A-to-USB-C adapter. The device appears on the USB in System Information, and browsing the I/O registry, an instance of the com_digilent_driver_DigilentFtdiDriver class has been instantiated at the corresponding node in the tree. Attaching the device results in the following log messages from the driver: default 06:34:22.398724 -0800 kernel Digilent probe8: initial probe score = 100000 default 06:34:22.398748 -0800 kernel Digilent probe: Manufacturer Name = Digilent default 06:34:22.398919 -0800 kernel Digilent probe8: final probe score = 100001 default 06:34:22.398937 -0800 kernel Digilent Starting interface 0 Detaching the device: default 06:39:37.691288 -0800 kernel Digilent Stopping interface 0 There are no /dev/tty.usb* device nodes. I don't see any errors in the system log. I'm using WaveForms 2015 v. 3.6.8, and installed the 1.1.0 driver.
  3. Hello all, I'm a new user so I'm hoping this is the right forum to ask this question. I have the original Analog Discovery and have loaded the driver and Waveforms successfully. Waveforms recognizes when I plug in the AD USB but when I select my device I get the following message: JtscInitScanChain failed 0x3E9 Device programming failed. I just checked my MacOS level and I am at 10.12.1 which is obviously not listed in the supported MacOs versions. Where can I find out if MacOS 10.12.1 (Sierra) will be supported by Waveforms in the future? Maybe there is no intention to? Thanks for any guidance