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mrmadmike

dmdext gives pin2dmd not found. help

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I am using the v1.7.1 of  DMDext.

Nucleo 144  F429 with pin2dmd v2.55 installed and ACTIVATED.

I get the following:

        C:\DMDext>dmdext test
        [1] 2018/08/16 08:39:28.945  INFO | Launching console tool.
        [1] 2018/08/16 08:39:28.974  INFO | PinDMDv1 device not found.
       [1] 2018/08/16 08:39:28.996  INFO | PinDMDv2 device not found.
      [1] 2018/08/16 08:39:29.000  INFO | Checking port COM1 for PinDMDv3...
      [1] 2018/08/16 08:39:29.078 ERROR | Error: The parameter is incorrect.
     [1] 2018/08/16 08:39:29.078  INFO | PinDMDv3 device not found.
     [1] 2018/08/16 08:39:29.078 DEBUG | PIN2DMD device not found.
     [1] 2018/08/16 08:39:29.145  INFO | Added VirtualDMD renderer.
    [1] 2018/08/16 08:39:29.155  INFO | Resizing virtual DMD to 128x32
     [1] 2018/08/16 08:39:29.155  INFO | Setting up Render Graph for 1 destination(s)
    [1] 2018/08/16 08:39:29.155  INFO | Connecting Image Source to Dmd (Bitmap => Bitmap)
    [1] 2018/08/16 08:39:29.187  INFO | Press CTRL+C to close.
    [5] 2018/08/16 08:39:59.452 DEBUG | Disposing Render Graph...
    [5] 2018/08/16 08:39:59.452  INFO | Source for 1 renderer(s) stopped.
   ^C
   C:\DMDext>dmdext test -d pin2dmd
    [1] 2018/08/16 08:48:32.345  INFO | Launching console tool.
    [1] 2018/08/16 08:48:32.388 DEBUG | PIN2DMD device not found.
    [1] 2018/08/16 08:48:32.389 ERROR | Device PIN2DMD is not available.

 

 

The USB registry shows      VID_0314&PID_E457    which sort of matches what the code is looking for when parsing the registry list.

I have been at this problem for about a week trying all sorts of suggested solutions.

I know I have probably missed something since I seem to be the only one with this problem.

Any help or direction would be appreciated.

Thanks

MIke

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that was it, had winusb installed

probably read that 100 times, just kept reinstalling winusb.

thanks for the nudge.

 

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