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Spider USB not recognized

Posted 3yr ago
by SaschaSchwegelbauer | Newbie | 114 exp
Posted 3yr ago
by SaschaSchwegelbauer | Newbie | 114 exp
Hi,

I've got a simple problem: my Spider-Board isn't recognized via USB (plugging in the Cerberus works fine).
What can I do?

Regards,
Sascha
Reply #1 — Posted 3yr ago
by Gus_ghielectroncs | Employee
Reply #1 — Posted 3yr ago
by Gus_ghielectroncs | Employee
What do you see in the device manager?
Did you try a power pack or a powered hub?

Welcome to the community.
Reply #2 — Posted 3yr ago
by SaschaSchwegelbauer | Newbie | 114 exp
Reply #2 — Posted 3yr ago
by SaschaSchwegelbauer | Newbie | 114 exp
Thanks for the warm welcome and fast reply. Smiley
When plugging in the Spider-Board, the GHI NETMF Interface shows for about a second in the device-manager and disappears again.
The board is connected via a powered USB-Hub.
Reply #3 — Posted 3yr ago
by John_ghielectroncs | Employee
Reply #3 — Posted 3yr ago
by John_ghielectroncs | Employee
@SaschaSchwegelbauer - Do you have an application deployed to the board?
Reply #4 — Posted 3yr ago
by SaschaSchwegelbauer | Newbie | 114 exp
Reply #4 — Posted 3yr ago
by SaschaSchwegelbauer | Newbie | 114 exp
@John I don't know, it's been laying around for a few months. Sad
Actually, it looks like the Spider is rebooting permanently (USB connection comes up and drops away after a second, comes up again.. and so on).
Reply #5 — Posted 3yr ago
by SaschaSchwegelbauer | Newbie | 114 exp
Reply #5 — Posted 3yr ago
by SaschaSchwegelbauer | Newbie | 114 exp
Update: I have disconnected all Extensions (except USB-Power) and now the GHI NETMF Interface stays visible.
In VS, it's now present named "EMX_Gadgeteer" Smiley
Update2: after reconnecting modulewise, it looks like the WiFi RS21 module is responsible for the boot-loop.
Reply #6 — Posted 3yr ago
by John_ghielectroncs | Employee
Reply #6 — Posted 3yr ago
by John_ghielectroncs | Employee
@SaschaSchwegelbauer - If you erase the application and then connect the Wi-Fi module only, does it still reboot?
Reply #7 — Posted 3yr ago (modified)
by SaschaSchwegelbauer | Newbie | 114 exp
Reply #7 — Posted 3yr ago (modified)
by SaschaSchwegelbauer | Newbie | 114 exp
Edit: sorry, I used a bad version of MFDeploy (did a download directly from Microsoft) - the version out of the framework works.
Reply #8 — Posted 3yr ago
by SaschaSchwegelbauer | Newbie | 114 exp
Reply #8 — Posted 3yr ago
by SaschaSchwegelbauer | Newbie | 114 exp
@John - after erasing the Spider, the USB-connection is stable with connected wifi-module Smiley

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