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Analog Discovery Studio - No Device Detected - MacOS

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Hello,

I have an Analog Discovery Studio and when I fire up Waveforms I cannot detect it (no device found).
This is my setup:

MacBook Pro 2017
MacOS 10.14.16
Waveforms 3.12.1

I followed the waveforms installation found at:
https://reference.digilentinc.com/reference/instrumentation/analog-discovery-studio/[[getting-started-guide]]

The device appears listed in the USB section info as a Digilent USB Device so it is recognized by the OS.
Tried restarting, plugging, unplugging, re-installing waveforms..
In the past I had the EE Board up and running with the same setup.

Any debugging bone you can throw at me?

Regards,
Dario.

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Hi @dclock

Did you try installing the driver from the installer DMG?

Could you try the latest beta version? 
https://forum.digilentinc.com/topic/8908-waveforms-beta-download/
This updates the USB libraries for macOS.

Install the dwf.framework form the DMG and try running the following:
$ python /Application/WaveForms.app/Contents/Resources/SDK/samples/py/Enumerate.py

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Hi Attila,

Thanks for the reply,
I installed the beta and the board got recognized immediately!
Loop-back Waveform Generator - Scope works too!

Thank you!

Dario

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