Posts by Veeence


    Make sure you are using a free USB root hub. Usually the reason for this is that you exceeding the USB bandwidth .

    It wasn't in a hub, but I did switch it from one set of ports to another and it is working fine. No issues to report so far. Thanks for the info!

    On Win 7 x64 RTM:
    Unfortunately I immediately ran into issues which I cannot get passed.
    I installed the 64 bit driver.
    The installer appeared to hang on "Scanning for Virus TI"
    Cancelling the installation appears to replace the class complaint drivers with the proper ones.
    However, In the Device manager, the TI Snow shows up as "Virus TI USB 2.8.32" with a Code 10 (Device cannot start)