connection, controller and pc

Discussion in 'Computing and Networks' started by kikson, Jan 26, 2019.

  1. kikson

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    Hello,

    i have problem with some controller, i duno how to connect it to pc, in old motherboard working perfect but in new one, not.

    on pcb is 2 ft chip, one is ft232rl and second is ft245bl, any ideas how to connect it to motherboard in usb ?
     
  2. Norfindel

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    So, is that an USB-connected board? I don't see any USB connector in that picture. Why not get a photo of the entire board?

    If it is USB-connected. Does it need drivers?

    Did you check the site of the board's manufacturer?
     
  3. kikson

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    no any manufacturer is in board, there is program, when i run it need controller, and its not detected, in old motherboard its detected in start but have 3 pins only 2x 5v and usb1- but when i connect same with new motherboard its not detected
     
  4. Norfindel

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    USB has two data lines D+ and D-, and also +5v and GND.
     
  5. kikson

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    es, i understand but i dont have 4 wires
     
  6. Norfindel

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    If the board has an FCC ID, you can use it to find the manufacturer:

    https://www.fcc.gov/oet/ea/fccid

    Or ask the company that made the software.

    I think that you have those wires wrong. USB is supposed to require D+ and D-.
     
  7. kikson

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    it confusing me too, i try find pins for usbdp and usbdm but no succes, old board kontron detects it and program working but it damaged so it power up randomly, its strange rly
     
  8. kikson

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    Ok i find the way, i made connection, thx for all
     
  9. Norfindel

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    How it needed to be connected?
     
  10. kikson

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    there was mistake in pinouts, its rly strange, bcos pins conected to 2x 5v and 1 to usb- is a sounds! that amazing, the main problem was in my multimeter, was broken, so checking path doesnt show on it, now i have problem accesing eeprom memory so a lot of work u have right it need d- and d+
     
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