Normally you need a '6713 DSK only' version of CCS.
The TI version of CCS does not include SD drivers.
1. contact the 6713 DSK "supplier".
2. contact SD - if you look on their web site, you may
find at least the drivers available for download. If
you have a current board rev and the correct version
of the drivers, they can be installed on a system with
the 'full version of CCS' [as it comes from TI].
3. I'll stick my neck out here. Locate another 6713
DSK owner and borrow their CD [check that your board
and their board are the same rev]. I personally do
not believe this to be a violation of 'fair use' of
the DSK software. All DSKs are sold with a DSK
version of CCS - it will not work with other products.
--- claudiomail113 <claudiomail113@clau...> wrote:
> Hi everybody,
> I'm new in this group and I need some help...
> I have no experience in programming dsp but now I
> have to do it for my
> thesis and I have a problem.
> I have a TMS320C6713 DSK board from Spectrum Digital
> that can be
> connected to the pc using USB port.
> I read the Quick Start Installation Guide and I
> followed the
> instruction but I couldn't be able to connect the
> board to the pc.
> Actually I found on the kit only 2 cds:
> 1. Matlab and Simulink for use with TI DSPs (free
> 30-day Trial)
> 2. TI Product Information - eXpressDSP - Software
> and Development Tools
> I read on the Quick Start Installation Guide that
> there must be also
> the C6713 DSK CodeComposerStudio CDROM, but I didn't
> find it.
> Luckily I found a CodeComposerStudio v3.0 at my
> university department
> and I installed it.
> Everything seemed to go well but when I connect the
> USB cable into the
> DSK board, the pc didn't find the driver on the CCS
> v3.0 CDROM.
> So the pc canot recognize the DSK board. I read that
> the driver files
> are "sdusbemu.inf" and sdusbemu.sys" but I didn't
> find them on the CDROM.
> Anybody had this problem? Can you suggest me how to
> fix it or where to
> find the driver's file?
> Thank you for your help