I have an OSW small mige…it’s old, 5+ years. I thought i’d try going from Mmos to Simucube…but i think this was for later boards, not mine. So now i think i’ve messed it all up, after following some tutorial on youtube. In the tutorial it said to put Mmos in DFU mode, and then I used some software called DfuSedemo…it did something. It turned my device from Mmos into Simucube, in windows device manager. But now i can’t connect to it in granity, and simucube won’t recognise it either.
I was using granity v1.7.0…so i just got the latest version, 1.15.1.
When i try and connect to the drive, it finds ‘Granite devices IONI pro at bus address 1’ - but when i open, it says Device firmware version too old/not supported by this software version.
how do i install the firmware if i can’t connect to it in granity?
EDIT - so i managed to press the ‘install firmware’ button - but only in between error messages.
That allowed me to update the firmware which was successful, but it’s still giving communication error flags.
communication (cheksum mismatch)
Datalegth (timeout or app error)
So i’ve now using Old granity, to update the latest firmware.
Old granity then said firmware too new - so i jump over to new Granity.
And this is now the error it gives when i connect:
yes, the disco board is connected directly.
Windows recognises it as a game controller, Simucube.
If i remove device from device manager, and replug the USB back in, windows automatically adds the device as simcube.
If i go into device manager>human interface devices>HID-compliant game controller properties, and uninstall the device, and try again - same result.
Do you have the drivers for the st disco board, so i can select it manually and try and change it in windows that way?
thanks, no it doesn’t unfortunately.
I’m in device manager. I can see the device as a game controller ‘simuCUBE’. I right click, remove device. Windows comes up with “are you sure”. I click yes. Windows removes it. There is no 2nd option to also ‘delete driver’.
The only way to fix this, i think, is to get the driver file manually so i can update it. I don’t know where to get this file from though, unles you can send it?>
i have fixed all this now, thank you.
I now need to figure out what hardware i need to replace in my current setup, so i can install Simucube! I shall leave that for another thread (If i cannot figure it out myself that is!)
Hey guys I’m very interested in converting my DD to Simucube software as Gifford has done but my son races 5 days a week and I am honestly terrified of making a blunder …I have a genuine Simucube 1 board but since I posted a few images in another post I think joe said my board is one of the older versions …is there possibly any of you well informed gents could actually at some stage physically go on voice in discord or somewhere and help me … The other prolly more expensive safer way would be to buy a new Simucube1 board and ioni controller and do it without the risk of making a blunder.
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