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On Windows, after updating to KitProg3 v2.10, debug/programming tools such as PSoC® Creator™, PSoC Programmer, CapSense® Tuner, and Bridge Control Panel cannot connect to a device. An example of this behavior is that KitProg3 device is available but cannot be selected in the tool.
Previous versions of KitProg3implement I2C/SPI bridging using HID endpoints. In version 2.10 and newer, bridging is implemented on bulk endpoints for improved performance. After updating, Windows continues to use the old driver ‘hidusb’ for I2C/SPI bridging instead of the proper driver for bulk endpoints, ‘winusb’.
Do the following tomanually remove USB drivers:
In Device Manager, find Composite Device for KitProg3 device. 1.1. Change View to Devices by container. 1.2. Locate KitProg3 CMSIS-DAP or MiniProg4 CMSIS-DAP and open the container
Right-click USB Composite Device and choose Uninstall device.