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Hi! A couple of months ago, I bought a ZYBO Z7-10 board for one of my university labs. Just recently, I was using the JE PMOD ports to interface with an external LCD display. The board was programmed through QSPI Flash through the micro USB port. Unfortunately, a external 5 volt supply leaked into the 3v3 JE PMOD peripheral when the board was powered through the micro USB port. I immediately turned off the power supply and the ZYBO board once this had happened. After turning back on the ZYBO with all PMOD connections detached (to test if the board was still functional), the default demo program that the FPGA should run (with flashing all LEDs in a smooth manner) is a very erratic version of what it once was (LEDs flash randomly). While in the QSPI Flash mode (after the incident), I am not able to reprogram my FPGA design as Vivado does not recognize the ZYBO board anymore through the USB connection. When I change the programming mode jumper to either TJAG or MicroSD, Vivado CAN recognize the ZYBO board and I can successfully field-program the board and run the program. Is it possible that I have permanently damaged the QSPI Flash (or even something worse). If not, is there anything I could do to fix this?
I can't get my brand new AD2 to connect to my Mac. WaveForms2015 reports No device found. I don't know if there's any kind of power LED on the Discovery 2, but if there is it's not illiuminated. I followed the guide here: https://reference.digilentinc.com/learn/instrumentation/tutorials/ad2-waveforms2015-installation-osx/start and rebooted as well. Meter says 1.2A off the USB on the Air. No love. Help!