Please select To the mobile version | Continue to access the desktop computer version

Electronic Engineer Discuss

View: 496|Reply: 4

6022BL BAD EEPROM...

[Copy link]

1

Threads

1

Posts

1

Credits

新手上路

Rank: 1

Credits
1
Post time 2018-7-20 23:25:25 | Show all posts |Read mode
Today i have received a new 6022BL, i have installed without troubles drivers... same with the program, but when activating "P" it doesnt work: device manager show a unknown device with id: USB\VID_04B4&PID_8613, after google search of this driver... and installed the driver: Cypress EZ-USB FX2 (68613) - EEPROM missing so i think is a hardware fault.




P.D: i have tried in 3 diferents pc, and with different usb ca


This post contains more resources

You have to Login for download or view attachment(s). No Account? Register

x
Reply

Use magic Report

21

Threads

1191

Posts

1352

Credits

实习版主

Rank: 7Rank: 7Rank: 7

Credits
1352
Post time 2018-7-24 16:58:35 | Show all posts



Sir, please send a message to our support email support@hantek.com

0

Threads

1

Posts

1

Credits

新手上路

Rank: 1

Credits
1
Post time 2019-2-17 22:51:42 | Show all posts
I have the same problem, until a few weeks ago it worked fine with saleae software

1

Threads

3

Posts

3

Credits

新手上路

Rank: 1

Credits
3
Post time 2019-2-19 05:32:04 | Show all posts
Same Problem:

Amy:

Would you be so kind as to help me?

I have a problem with the Hantek6254BD oscilloscope. The DRIVER does not install -- but the actual scope software does install.

Can you supply the correct driver?

Description:

The PID and Device ID appear to be wrong...

So the Scope software installs -- but the driver does not install. If I change the strings to match -- of course the driver is rejected by windows since it does not match the security string in the CAT file.

My device has:

04B5 and 8613 for the two codes -- not the o4B5 and PI_6CDE
My string in the USB identifier -- read from the SCOPE shows as
USB\VID_04B4&PID_8613

Your software is looking for this code.
[Device]
%VID_04B5&PID_6CDE.DeviceDesc% = Section, USB\VID_04B5&PID_6CDE
;for windows 2000 non intel platforms

21

Threads

1191

Posts

1352

Credits

实习版主

Rank: 7Rank: 7Rank: 7

Credits
1352
Post time 2019-2-22 08:43:25 | Show all posts
Sir, please send a message to our support email support@hantek.com
You have to log in before you can reply Login | Register

Points Rules

QQ|Dark room|Mobile|Archiver|Electronic Engineer Discuss

2019-3-19 10:04 GMT+8 , Processed in 0.514641 second(s), 22 queries .

Powered by Discuz! X3.2

© 2001-2013 Comsenz Inc.

Quick Reply To Top Return to the list