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JTAG-HS3, FT232 chip erased


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Hello, I have used the digilent JTAG-HS3 programmer simultaneously with other device with FT232H chip and I have probably erased by accident the FT232 chip on Digilent module or there is a problem with drivers - the device is still recognized as Digilent USB serial converter by the system so I think is not damaged, but the cable is not visible in xilinx software. Could you please help me?

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Hi

I guess I have the same problem. I've been using 3 digilent JTAG-HS3 programmers simultaneously and one of those FT232H chips has probably been erased by accident. I used FT Prog to check the device and I can see following.

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EEPROM seems to be missing and properties are missing Digilent values.

Thanks

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Hi @JColvin,

 

I mistakenly reprogrammed the FTDI of my JTAG HS3, rendering it unusable (was trying to program another FTDI). Now I can not use it anymore and it does not show up in any of my software tools. How to fix? Thanks for help!

 

Best Regards

 

Namn

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Hello,

I think I have my programmer rendered unusable by accidentally running the FT_Prog EEPROM Programming Utility on my Computer.

Would you mind to send me the reprogram file? Sincerely thanks.

Also sorry for my poor English as I am not a native speaker.

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On 5/9/2021 at 6:30 PM, jonoli6309 said:

Hello,

I think I have my programmer rendered unusable by accidentally running the FT_Prog EEPROM Programming Utility on my Computer.

Would you mind to send me the reprogram file? Sincerely thanks.

Also sorry for my poor English as I am not a native speaker.

@JColvin

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Hi @jonoli6309,

I should have access to the materials I need to "reset" the SMT4 tomorrow once I don't encounter errors trying to connect to the corporate network from my home computer.

Thanks,
JColvin

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