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USB EZ-PD Type-C

Domi
New Contributor

Hi,

 

I'm trying to import .xlsx and .cvs files into the Protocol Analyzer.

It always says that the file has been imported successfully, but the "working bar" is running all the time and nothing shows up.

The file used has been exported to both xlsx and csv from the former anaylzer utility - neither works although this should be supported according to the release notes.

Any hints on that? What should be the correct format of the rows?

Thanks,

Domi

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Marshal_Zhang
New Contributor II

The two versions are quite different, and the supported file formats are not compatible.

The old and new versions of "EZ-PD Protocol Analyzer" can be installed on the same computer .

If you use the previous version to capture some unparseable data, you can only analyze it manually according to the PD specification.

Of course, you can also use the new version of the tool to re-grab the data.

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ShifangZ_26
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Moderator

Hello,

 

I have confirmed to import .xlsx file from old Ez-PD Protocol analyzer utility into latest Ez-PD Protocol analyzer utility. It is successful. I have not change any format/contents in the file. 

Could you please kindly open the file .xlsx with old Ez-PD Protocol analyzer utility to confirm whether this file have been changed or not?

Best Regards,

Lisa

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Domi
New Contributor

Hi Lisa,

 

maybe there is a misunderstaning when it comes to "old EZ-PD Protocol analyzer". I'm referring to the EZ-PD Analyzer Version 1.0.0.084. This can only read .ccgx files and can only export into xlsx or csv.

But these exported files can't be imported by the new Version whose native format is ccgx3.
Is there any way to read the old exported CSVs / XLSXs. The reason is that I have those old ccgx files with PD3.0 content which the old tool can't decode.

Thanks for your support!

--Domi

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Marshal_Zhang
New Contributor II

The two versions are quite different, and the supported file formats are not compatible.

The old and new versions of "EZ-PD Protocol Analyzer" can be installed on the same computer .

If you use the previous version to capture some unparseable data, you can only analyze it manually according to the PD specification.

Of course, you can also use the new version of the tool to re-grab the data.

View solution in original post

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