Click “Next” to finish Shield wizard installation. And one icon “JLR SDD” appeared on your desktop. Someone may find installation procedure in text is better, just follow the next parts. I hadn’t made any changes, and I also tried reinstalling.
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Feel free to leave a question in the comments section below if you are looking for more detail on any portion of this posting. I unzipped the dll’s and installed the USB device driver per the readme file. When I startup debug in IAR I get the message “FATAL ERROR, Failed to initialize device, Session aborted!”.
Fortunately, I came across this post on the Altera forums talking about the Virtual JTAG interface. Thanks to those pointers from the ever helpful Dave, the seed was planted for the solution presented below. The pin direction is defined by the top-level VHDL file, which in turn is defined by the “intention” in the schematic.
- The lib file is of no use with loadlibrary in MATLAB.
- Re-installing the program may fix this problem.
- Also, Jeremy Bentham wrote a blog about using this library.
You provided a really good example, complete from vJTAG interaction inside FPGA to TCP server on PC side, and also Python client for it. The first block is the vJTAG, which is a sld_virtual_jtag instance generated by the Altera Megafunction Wizard. Ftd2xx is a simple python wrapper around the D2XX DLL from FTDI using ctypes. The API based on Pablo Bleyer Kocik’s d2xx extension. FTD2xx-dll should be on your openocd installation directory. My guess is that the Altera JTAG server and driver interface is screwy.
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Make sure you’ve made the best attempt possible to fix the error using a troubleshooting step prior to this one. Please advise what are the things to check, should I need to reduce timers and threads? Why it was solved after I run another C# application?
Within the DM SMART DSP APP or DM RTA folders you will find an application named CDM21228_Setup. Double click on the CDM21228_Setup application to start the installation process. As previously stated, ftd2xx.dll is part of a driver set, developed by FTDI Ltd.
These error messages might appear while using or installing certain programs, when Windows starts or shuts down, or maybe even during a Windows installation. Use System Restore to undo recent system changes. Using System Restore to revert important system files to a previous version should fix msvcp100.dll errors that are caused by changes to these types of system files. When an application requires FTD2XX.dll, Windows will check the application and system folders for this .dll file.
Once it happened, I cannot launch the application anymore. PVS-Studio is a tool for detecting bugs and security weaknesses in the source code of programs, written in C, C++, C# and Java. It works under 64-bit systems in Windows, Linux and macOS environments, and can analyze source code intended for 32-bit, 64-bit and embedded ARM platforms. This application has failed to start because FTD2XXX.DLL was not found. I’m reading all new comments so don’t hesitate to post a question about the file. If I don’t have the answer perhaps another user can help you.