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DEMO9S08QG8 appears,dissappears,appears,...
David R. migrated on Dec 31, 2013 at 11:00 AM
Staff: Takao Y.

  • I used to be able to use Codewarrior 5.1 fine with the DEMO9S08QG8, but after reinstalling Windows XP, I can no longer use it.
    I tried reinstalling Codewarrior 5.1, but the install failed with 2908 errors.
    I then upgraded to Codewarrior 6.3 from Freescale and it installed fine.
    But all those efforst did not help: With DEMO9S08QG8 plugged in, about every second it connects, removes, connects, removes, ... according to the Windows USB sounds.
    I Downloaded and installed drivers_10_install.exe, and that did not help.
    Tried updating and removing Device Manager's Jungo\USB Multilink 2.0 - which sometimes appeared present.
    (I enabled Show Hidden Devices so I could see it even when it was not connected).
    I removed Jungo\USB Multilink 2.0 and a Device Manager's Universal Serial Bus controllers\Unknown Device, and I plugged the
    DEMO9S08QG8 in again: It was recognized as DEMO9S08 and began installing drivers, but the same problem then reappeared.

    driver_test.exe says:

    (detected) C:\WINDOWS2\inf\Pemicro_usbcable_auto.inf (8/18/2009)
    (detected) C:\WINDOWS2\inf\CycloneProR1.inf (10/16/2007)
    (detected) C:\WINDOWS2\inf\windrvr6.inf (4/30/2007)
    (detected) C:\WINDOWS2\inf\usbmultilink_rev20.inf (4/30/2007)
    (detected) C:\WINDOWS2\system32\SENDKEY.DLL (5/29/1996)
    (detected) C:\WINDOWS2\system32\pedrv.vxd (7/24/2000)
    (detected) C:\WINDOWS2\system32\vichw11.vxd (8/28/1998)
    (detected) C:\WINDOWS2\system32\PEUSBFTDUN.EXE (Version 2.00)
    (detected) C:\WINDOWS2\system32\PEUSBV1.DLL (Version 2.00)
    (detected) C:\WINDOWS2\system32\PEUSBWD1.DLL (Version 6.02)
    (detected) C:\WINDOWS2\system32\PEUSBWD2.DLL (10/16/2009)
    (detected) C:\WINDOWS2\system32\drivers\giveio.sys (10/16/2009)
    (detected) C:\WINDOWS2\system32\drivers\pedrv.sys (10/16/2009)
    (detected) C:\WINDOWS2\system32\drivers\WINDRVR6.SYS (Version 10.01)
    (detected) C:\WINDOWS2\system32\drivers\vichw11.sys (10/16/2009)
    (detected) C:\WINDOWS2\system32\drivers\PEUSBV1.SYS (Version 1.04)

    I am wondering if I have some kind of hardware/software conflict.
    I may have installed other USB drivers (USB-Serial & etc) in a different order after reinstalling Windows.

    Please help me get the DEMO9S08QG8 working again.
    Thanks.





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  • QUOTE (drayna @ Aug 28 2011, 12:03 AM) [legacy comment]
    I used to be able to use Codewarrior 5.1 fine with the DEMO9S08QG8, but after reinstalling Windows XP, I can no longer use it.
    I tried reinstalling Codewarrior 5.1, but the install failed with 2908 errors.
    I then upgraded to Codewarrior 6.3 from Freescale and it installed fine.
    But all those efforst did not help: With DEMO9S08QG8 plugged in, about every second it connects, removes, connects, removes, ... according to the Windows USB sounds.
    I Downloaded and installed drivers_10_install.exe, and that did not help.
    Tried updating and removing Device Manager's Jungo\USB Multilink 2.0 - which sometimes appeared present.
    (I enabled Show Hidden Devices so I could see it even when it was not connected).
    I removed Jungo\USB Multilink 2.0 and a Device Manager's Universal Serial Bus controllers\Unknown Device, and I plugged the
    DEMO9S08QG8 in again: It was recognized as DEMO9S08 and began installing drivers, but the same problem then reappeared.

    driver_test.exe says:

    (detected) C:\WINDOWS2\inf\Pemicro_usbcable_auto.inf (8/18/2009)
    (detected) C:\WINDOWS2\inf\CycloneProR1.inf (10/16/2007)
    (detected) C:\WINDOWS2\inf\windrvr6.inf (4/30/2007)
    (detected) C:\WINDOWS2\inf\usbmultilink_rev20.inf (4/30/2007)
    (detected) C:\WINDOWS2\system32\SENDKEY.DLL (5/29/1996)
    (detected) C:\WINDOWS2\system32\pedrv.vxd (7/24/2000)
    (detected) C:\WINDOWS2\system32\vichw11.vxd (8/28/1998)
    (detected) C:\WINDOWS2\system32\PEUSBFTDUN.EXE (Version 2.00)
    (detected) C:\WINDOWS2\system32\PEUSBV1.DLL (Version 2.00)
    (detected) C:\WINDOWS2\system32\PEUSBWD1.DLL (Version 6.02)
    (detected) C:\WINDOWS2\system32\PEUSBWD2.DLL (10/16/2009)
    (detected) C:\WINDOWS2\system32\drivers\giveio.sys (10/16/2009)
    (detected) C:\WINDOWS2\system32\drivers\pedrv.sys (10/16/2009)
    (detected) C:\WINDOWS2\system32\drivers\WINDRVR6.SYS (Version 10.01)
    (detected) C:\WINDOWS2\system32\drivers\vichw11.sys (10/16/2009)
    (detected) C:\WINDOWS2\system32\drivers\PEUSBV1.SYS (Version 1.04)

    I am wondering if I have some kind of hardware/software conflict.
    I may have installed other USB drivers (USB-Serial & etc) in a different order after reinstalling Windows.

    Please help me get the DEMO9S08QG8 working again.
    Thanks.


    drayna,

    My guess is a driver conflict but it could be hardware too. I'm wondering if you see any errors (indicated by the exclamation point) with either USB Multilink 2.0 or WinDriver in Device Manager.

    Can you try a different computer so we can eliminate a faulty USB port or motherboard ?

    Can you confirm that you using USB 2.0 ports?

    Please also try a different USB 2.0 cable.

    -Johnny




  • I'm having the same issue with the DEMOQE128 board, my computer detects it then it suddenly disappears, then appears again. I've connected it in other computers, but I'm having the same result... What could it be? (The product is brand new)

  • Greetings,

    I suggest testing your USB ports. If you connect a USB thumb drive, do you have similar problems? Can you transfer files from and to your USB drive with no problem?

    I would also download the latest USB drivers for your computer by going to your computer manufacturer's website. I think your drivers may be corrupted.


    Takao Yamada

  • Greetings,

    Do you have any other questions or concerns? Were you able to resolve your situation?


    Takao Yamada

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