I also wonder about possible fake chips. Posted 14 April – This should match the Renesas USB device config Community Forum Software by IP. My system doesnt have a media card reader, vud usb ports. Check out the forums and get free advice from the experts.
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As hemanth suggested, the reset R and C components for the reset may be wrong on these boards, but using the reset button one should be able to ensure at least 5ms reset duration.
The host needs to treat 0000&pkd as only one of these, not both. I tried all the ways, but I could not solve the problem.
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My conclusion was bad FX2LP chips or china fakes? When I open my device manager and expand the USB controllers it reads: Do you know what this is? How do you know that the device has passed the enumeration? After adding one in the circuit, the enumuration works fine.
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Should be something like with 20MHz extern: Community Forum Software by IP. I’ve seen this issue with some because the drivers weren’t recognized. Well I ran the malwarebytes 0000&pjd and it found nothing. As Cam points out, getting printf to to redirect to an ACM port will require some hacks. Right click on that usb device with the error and uninstall the driver.
When you figure it all 00000&pid, be sure to let us know.
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Edited by The Skeptic, 12 April – Please run your antivirus and Malwarebytes and report if there are any finds. I am getting the error new unknown USB device with device descriptor request failed. Community Forum Software by IP. BTW the pull-ups are 10 kOhm on these boards Still have the problem! Two heads are better than one, right? There is nothing to do with a clock if the enumeration is passed.
Does your system have a media card reader one of those things where you can stick in different kinds of memory cards? Please click here if you are not redirected within a few seconds.
Hi Cam, Thanks for your immediate reply. Geeks to Go, Inc.