3 Replies Latest reply on Apr 24, 2018 8:07 PM by yliu

    Microsoft driver installation

    rseedle_2385561

      Lately I find that Microsoft Windows 7 thinks it knows what is best. I have disabled and uninstalled the Microsoft's driver

      associated with my CY8CKIT-059 PSOC 5LP Prototyping Kit multiple times. Then I unplug the board from my hub and

      reinstall it. I tell it to use the location of the ProgKit driver and it responds that it has chosen the best driver which of

      course is the Microsoft driver.

       

      The debugger port does get to use the KitProg driver (setup as a USB bus controller -> USB Composite Device). Its just the Human Interface Devices -> USB Input Devices which seems to use the Microsoft HID driver. See the attached picture. Any ideas ?

       

      Randy

        • 1. Re: Microsoft driver installation
          yliu

          Hi Randy,

          The debugger port should use the KitProg driver, scroll down in the Device Manager window, there should be a KitProg(1.2.3.3) when the debugger port plugged to your PC.

          The -059 kit has another USB port, the Windows driver for this port depends on the firmware running on the target PSoC 5lp target device "CY8C5888LTI -LP097 " .

           

          Thanks

          Roy

          • 2. Re: Microsoft driver installation
            rseedle_2385561

            So what are the possible device drivers ?

             

            Randy

             

             

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            Hi Randy,

             

            The debugger port should use the KitProg driver, scroll down in the Device Manager window, there should be a KitProg(1.2.3.3) when the debugger port plugged to your PC.

             

            The -059 kit has another USB port, the Windows driver for this port depends on the firmware running on the target PSoC 5lp target device "CY8C5888LTI -LP097 " .

             

             

             

            Thanks

             

            Roy

             

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            • 3. Re: Microsoft driver installation
              yliu

              Looking at the USB component datasheet - http://www.cypress.com/file/376416/download

              The supported USB Device classes are:

              ▪ USB HID class support

              ▪ Bootloader support

              ▪ Audio class support (See the USBFS Audio section)

              ▪ MIDI devices support (See the USBFS MIDI section)

              ▪ Communications device class (CDC) support (See the USBUART (CDC) section)

              ▪ Mass storage device class (MSC) support (See the USBFS MSC section)

               

              Recommend the application note below for better understanding of the USB in PSoC device.

              AN57294 - USB 101: An Introduction to Universal Serial Bus 2.0

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