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I'm trying to get started with FX3 development card. Following the quick start guide, I've imported a C project in the Eclipse IDE from the firmware examples directory, I've built it and I've downloaded it to the card using the Control Center. Then, after the reset, there's a problem: though the FX3's driver was successfully installed and the card was correctly recognized by the OS, now it results as an unknown general usb device, and there's no way to get it recognized anymore. I think this is an enumeration problem, but how do I get on top of this?
Go to the device manager select the "unknown device" right click "update device" and select the cypress driver and that should take care of your problem. Also ensure you have allowed unsigned drivers to get loaded.