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  1. We have recently purchased a JTAG-SMT2 board in substitution of a JTAG-HS2 cable, in order to program a Microzed board with Xilinx Vivado. The same Windows machine that was working with JTAG-HS2 now recognizes the new device JTAG-SMT2 as "USB Serial Converter". We have tried some solutions in other forums, as using FTDIconfig, with no success. What is remarkable is that, when plugging the device, Windows 1st finds a "Digilent USB device", but then automatically installs a driver and it is converted into "USB Serial Converter".
  2. j.kellerNPE

    SMT2 Replacement

    Hi, I saw on a different thread (https://forum.digilentinc.com/topic/344-jtag-smt1-vs-smt2/#comment-1139) that the SMT2 can serve as a drop-in replacement for the SMT1 as long as the GPIO pins are left floating. I have here a KC-705 development board (http://www.xilinx.com/products/boards-and-kits/ek-k7-kc705-g.html) with a broken SMT1 on it. Is the SMT2 footprint-compatible as well? Thanks, Jon