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Schematics of Cora Z7


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Hi @thoonky,

I don't know what operating system you are using on your PC, but you can look to see if the board is detected on a Windows system by seeing if the COM port and the USB Serial Converter A and USB Serial Converter B show up in the Device Manager (under COM Ports and Universal Serial Bus controllers, respectively). On Linux, you can use lsusb to see if the board shows up; I also know for Vivado installations on Linux based OS's that you will need to manually download the cable drivers separately. I am not sure about how a Raspberry Pi would detect the board. There are some additional images on how this would look on a Windows system here: https://forum.digilentinc.com/topic/21713-brand-new-basys-3-user-cant-get-vivado-to-see-it/#comment-62685. You can also see if the lightweight Digilent Adept System, https://digilent.com/reference/software/adept/start, properly detects the Cora Z7.

If you haven't already, it may also be a good idea to test a different USB cable; not all cables are set up to do data communication.

Let me know if you have any questions.



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